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UNIVERSITY - OF - TORONTO 
ROLL^ OF SERVICE 






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UJSIIVERSITY - OF ^ TOROTsTTO - PRESS 

1921 



TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES. 

TO THEIR KINDRED, 

TO THEIR COMRADES IN ARMS WHO HAVE RETURNED, 

THIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS DEDICATED. 



PREFACE 

FOR the past five years Professor G. Oswald Smith has given most 
careful and helpful attention to the records of those of the gradu- 
ates and undergraduates who served in the Great War. He has 
applied at every source where he thought most accurate information 
might be got, with the result that the Roll of Service, as it is now issued 
in final form, m»ust be as accurate as earnest investigation can make it. 
It is a task which could only have been adequately performed by pious 
care. The record also will be kept and read with almost sacred regard 
by the friends of those who have fallen and who ofTered their lives for 
the cause of freedom. Future generations of graduates and under- 
graduates of this University will turn to this perpetual memorial. 

An outline is given of the difTerent war activities in which the Uni- 
versity was engaged during this period. This will recall to many the 
work in which they had a share, and will let those who come after us 
know how we sought to do our part in the War. 

R. A. Falconer, 

President. 

June 13th, 1921. 



EDITOR'S PREFACE 

THE Roll of Honour contains the records of those who died when 
on Active Service. They are, with a few exceptions, based on 
information received from th^ next-of-kin or friends in each instance. 
Owing to the large number of the Fallen these memoirs have to 
be briefer than was originally planned, but all the documents 
received from relations, such as letters or newspaper accounts, are being 
kept among the University records, and it is hoped that full copies 
of them will be made and preserved in a room of the Memorial Tower. 

At the head of each record the rank held at the time of death is 
given, but reversions from a higher rank are shown in the narrative. 
The place of burial is given when known, though with the removal of 
bodies to the larger cemeteries it is recognise.d that some statements 
in this respect are no longer accurate. 

In the next section are given the records of those who died after 
discharge and within two years from the signing of the Armistice, 
when death appeared to be due in part to disabilities incurred on Active 
Service. 

In the main Roll of Service are given in abbreviated form the records 
of those who have returned. In an Appendix are given the records 
of those who have entered the University for the first time after 
returning from service. These are not included in the Summary. 

In the first line of each record the original graduation year is given, 
not the date of entry into the University. Where a second year is adde d 
in brackets it show^s that the man has returned to College and resumed 
his course. At the end of the first line the Militia unit and rank prior 
to enlistment for the war are given. The Active Service record begins 
with the second line. 

The battles given are not taken from any official list but are chosen 
as alifording the most convenient indication of each man's service, though 
it is recognised that this method of description does not adequately suit 
every case. The battles in which Canadians took part and which are 
usually given here are Ypres (April 1915); Festubert (May 1915); 
Givenchy (June 1915) ; St. Eloi (April 1916) ; Ypres, including Sanctuary 
Wood, Zillebeke, Mount Sorrel (June 1916); Somme (September- 
November 191 6) ; Vimy, including Fresnoy and other engagments south 
of Lens (April-July 1919); Hill 70 (August 1917); Passchendaele 
(October-November 1917); Amiens (August 1918); Arras, including 
Drocourt-Queant and Canal du Nord (August-September 1918) ; Cambrai 
to Valenciennes or Mons (October-November 1918). The records 
usually close with the signing of the Armistice. 



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In most instances it is assumed that service was also rendered on the 
front where the Canadian Forces were stationed in the periods between 
these battles — e.g. at Vimy (January-April 19 17), at Vimy, Lens, or 
Arras during the months after Passchendaele. Occasionally the form, 
e.g. 'Arras sec' (sector) is used to distinguish such periods from a battle 
more generally known by the same name. For those serving in the 
Imperial Forces, in order to avoid confusion with the Canadian battles 
where any uncertainty might be involved, the dates are given^ — e.g. 
Arras (April-June 1917), Cambrai (November 191 7). 

For the Canadian General and Stationary Hospitals place names 
are not usually given, but these can be ascertained from the index 
near the end of the book. 

The date of enlistment is given when known. Admittedly this does 
not do full justice to many who tried several times to enlist and were not 
accepted till later, when the physical standard had been lowered. The 
date of discharge is not as a rule given except for those who were invalided 
out of the service before November 19 18. Cases of illness are only 
recorded when they resulted in long absence from the front. 

Usually the successive units and ranks are given first, and casualties 
and honours are placed at the end of each record. The chronological 
order of events is thus broken, but on the whole it was found that this 
was the clearest method of arrangement. 

In the honours the 1914-15 Star, the General Service and Victory 
Medals are not mentioned, as they are implied in the dates of the 
records themselves. When it is known the date of the action for 
which the honour was won is given, and not the Gazette date. 

The purpose of the Introduction is not to anticipate the personal 
records of the main Roll of Service, except to a limited extent as regards 
the military units that were officially connected with the University. 
Consequently but few names occur twice in this book. Its object is to 
record briefly the history of the University here while so many of its 
members were away on active service, and to describe the efforts in 
national service made by the civilians remaining here. Such an account 
cannot be entirely impersonal, but those whose names are selected for 
mention, that is for the most part those who were officially more pro- 
minent, must be taken as representing many others who each according 
to his or her opportunity worked willingly and continuously during those 
years. 

The cover of this volume has been designed by Mr. J. E. H. 
MacDonald, a.r.c.a. 

In concluding this task the Editor wishes gratefully to acknowledge 
the assistance rendered him by all those within the University who were 
keeping records in the offices of the University Registrar and of the 



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various Faculties and Colleges, by his assistants in the Roll of Service 
office, who were graduates of the University and gave devoted and 
unremitting care to their work, by the ex-service men themselves in 
answering enquiries about themselves and giving or obtaining infor- 
mation about others, and by the relatives and friends of the Fallen in 
giving the details on which the brief memorial accounts are based. 
Without the willing help of all these this work could not have been 
brought to completion. At best it can be but an imperfect record of 
the services rendered by nearly 6,000 sons of the University, but 
despite all defects may it be held as pietate operis excusatus. 

June 7th, 1921. 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Introduction - - - - - - - - - - xi 

Roll of Honour --------- i 

Roll of Honour U - - - - i57 

Roll of Service --------- 167 

Summary ----------- 529 

Appentdix (List of ex-service men who have entered the Univer- 
sity after discharge) - - 535 

Index of Hospitals - 599 

Abbreviations, etc. - 601 



INTRODUCTION 

THE UNIVERSITY DURING THE WAR 

WAR had been declared eight weeks before the session opened. 
On September 29th, 1914, the President in his opening address 
in Convocation Hall reviewed the causes of the war and appealed 
to the students present to face the issues before them, and in conclusion 
said : — 

"This is the greatest of moral struggles. Are there to be free 
democracies who only need to police themselves against the force- 
attacks of the barbarous? Or will force tower arrogantly above freedom 
and enslave intellect? The struggle had to come. It is well to have it 
decided one way or other finally, for our own sakesand for our children's. 
This struggle I want you to think about. Many of our members have 
already heard the call and have left to take their share in the war. 
Some of them will lay down their lives for our sakes. Others of you will 
doubtless go later. Most of us will, I suppose, remain at home. But 
do not shirk whatever sacrifice is necessary. Be ready to defend your 
life which, with its freedom, has been won for you by others. Live a 
life of sacrifice this winter and thereby contribute something to help 
the nation in relieving its suffering. Do not be light-hearted. You 
cannot be as merry as yesterday, nor as blithe as we hope you will be in 
the world's to-morrow. The world is in agony, let this agony reach the 
depths of our nature also, so that it may purge our selfishness. If we 
shall not be called upon to die or be wounded in the flesh, I hope that 
we may carry into the revived life of our nation, when it issues from the 
struggle, the healed wounds of the spirit that will be the sign of the 
battle in which we have won over again the right to call ourselves free- 
men in a real democracy." 

The purpose of this record is to show what was the response made to 
the challenge thus voiced. In the end the answer went beyond the 
words of this first appeal. As time went on it became clear that most 
of those who were then addressed could not remain. Though to nearly 
all present and to the graduates throughout the country war had seemed 
remote and improbable, and when it came none could foretell its extent 
and intensity, the response was prompt and continuous. To those of us 
remaining here it was not always easy to r-ealise how steadily the men 
were leaving through the years that followed. Singly or in small groups 
they went away, often without a word except a brief farewell to intimate 
friends. 



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When the 1914-1915 session opened the First Contingent was about 
to sail. In it were some two hundred members of the University, most 
of whom had previously been members of the Active Militia. Those 
who were with No. 2 Stationary Hospital and a few others were to reach 
France before the close of the year and become entitled to the Mons Star. 
In command of the Third Battalion, Toronto Regiment, was Lt.-Col. 
M. S. Mercer, who had begun his soldier's career as a student in 1885 
and was destined to end it as Commander of the Third Canadian 
Division at Sanctuary Wood. 

In the account that follows a general record of the events of each 
session is first given. Special work done by certain departments is for 
the most part described under the year 1917. Then the services of 
particular military units connected with the University are briefly 
recorded. 

1914-1915 

Through the first part of the year the teaching work of the University 
went on with little outward change, except that lectures and laboratory 
classes were cancelled after 4.00 p.m. to enable the undergraduates and 
members of the staff to drill in the newly organised C.O.T.C. and to 
receive military instruction. A course of public lectures on the war and 
its causes was given by members of the' stafT, and in place of the usual 
extension series nearly two hundred addresses were given in the Province 
on behalf of the Red Cross and other patriotic funds. The Speakers' 
Patriotic League had its offices in the University, Professor A. H. Abbott 
being its first Secretary. Members of the Modern Languages Depart- 
ment gave instruction in French to groups of soldiers in training at 
Exhibition Camp, and also prepared a French and German conversation 
manual for their use. 

In the course of the session Dr. Auguste Ledoux, Professor of Miner- 
alogy in the University of Brussels, arrived to be the guest of the staff 
as a special lecturer in the University. This position he held till his 
sudden death in 1918, which was due in part to the strain that he had 
undergone in the first days of the war. He had fought in the defence 
of Liege and Antwerp till he was wounded and disabled from further 
military service. 

Early in 1915 an epidemic of cerebro-spinal meningitis broke out 
among the troops in training at Exhibition Camp and at Belleville, and 
the assistance of the University Bacteriological Department was invoked. 
Professor J. J. Mackenzie, with Dr. Duncan Graham and other members 
of the staff in Medicine, immediately undertook the work of examining 
the several hundred men of the units in which cases had occurred and of 



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isolating those infected and all 'carriers'. Dean Clarke and the staff 
of the General Hospital co-operated in every way, setting apart a special 
section of the building for the victims of the disease, and a camp for 
the carriers at the old General Hospital. The requisite anti-meningitis 
serum was provided by the Department of Hygiene. Apart from the 
care of those suffering from the disease, the usual work of the laboratories 
was multiplied many times for some weeks in the examining of thousands 
of swabs, the testing of cases, and the preparation and maintenance of 
the requisite apparatus. Valuable assistance was given by the members 
of the fifth year in Medicine who had enlisted in No. 2 Casualty Clearing 
Station and were in training at the time. By this prompt and strenuous 
action the spread of the disease was soon arrested and limited to some 
twenty cases, half of which ended in recovery. 

Throughout these months men were leaving College and enlisting. 
The Second Division was forming, and many joined the units in training 
at Exhibition Camp, specially the 4th Artillery Brigade, the 19th 
Battalion, the Divisional Cyclists, and the Eaton Machine Gun Battery. 
A group of medical students and graduates joined No. 2 Casualty 
Clearing Station, and those of them who graduated shortly afterwards 
obtained commissions in the r.a.M.C. on reaching England. 

On February 23rd, 191 5, a farewell dinner was given to 136 members 
of the University who were leaving for overseas with the Second 
Division. Addresses were given by the President and the Heads of 
Faculties and Colleges, the tenor of which is indicated by these words 
spoken by the Principal of University College: — 

"You are preparing to fulfil the first, and for most the highest duty 
of man — ^you are going to the front that the privileges of freedom which 
our fathers won, not without pain and sacrifice and the throwing away 
of all that the world counts comlortable and worth having, may be 
handed down undiminished to our children. You are fighting just as 
surely for the liberty and the nationeility of this proud land, though you 
will fight in Europe, as for the liberties and nationalities of Europe. You 
have faced the risks and offer your sacrifice — the supremest sacrifice 
most men can offer — for Canada's sake, that she may be still a proud 
and free country. 

"You will not repent it. When you return your romance will not 
vanish with your youth. You will have fought in the great war, you 
will have joined in the liberation of the world. You will be part and 
parcel of the heroic days of Canada, when she showed that she was 
conscious of her past and worthy of a future; that, the youngest of the 
nations, she had the ideals and the traditions of the proud races from 
which she sprang, and could rewrite thoee ideals and those traditions 
afresh for her descendants in lur own out-pound Mood. 



xiv UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

"Vou will be to us as ihe Italians of the great days of Italy, as 
Garibaldi and Mazzini and Cavour and the Cairolis, and thousands of 
others are to the present-day Italians — the great figures of their country's 
history, the redeeming memories which have survived into a meaner 
and a poorer age. 

"And for those who do not return^ — for them there will be an even 
tenderer regard, and a more affectionate and wistful memory. You will 
be canonised even, it may be, as time goes on and memory lends her 
magic and distance her enchantments; and in the tears and heartache 
of your friends, there will be only grief and respect, and a desire that 
our children and children's children may be worthy of you; that the 
young life which will still be rioting round these University halls may 
be keyed up to your pattern and take to heart your example. Not 
unhappy surely is the nation which makes such pedestals for its dead, 
and not unhappy the fate of the young man who is set thereon." 

On February 25th a special Convocation was held to confer 
degrees on nearly fifty of those who were then about to go overseas. 
On this occasion was first put into force the decision to grant to all 
students going on active service a certain measure of academic credit. 
The conditions varied in the different faculties. In Arts each student 
was granted one year's standing or a part thereof. Thus later most of 
those who returned were enabled to complete their courses with three 
year's study. To the members of the staff who were absent on service 
the, University granted half their annual salary until their return. 

In March came a call for recruits in the 25th Battery of the 7th 
Artillery Brigade. Nearly a section was raised from within the Uni- 
versity in a few days. The departure of these men for Ottawa on the 
night of the i6th will long be remembered by many, as it was the first 
opportunity of giving a send-off to a large group of University students. 
A few days later another section was raised for the 26th Battery and left 
amid similar enthusiasm for Kingston. 

During the same month was raised the unit which has been most 
closely identified with this University's name — No. 4 General Hospital, 
whose service is recorded in a later section. On May 5th in Convocation 
Hall the University bade Its members farewell, and ten days later they 
sailed from Montreal. To provide the needful equipment for this unit 
the University Women's Hospital Association was now organised and 
continued its work for the four following years. 

The session closed a month earlier than usual in this and the following 
years. The examinations were held in April and Commencement in 
May. The proceedings at Convocation on May 21st, 1915, were com- 
paratively brief and were sad rather than joyous, for the second battle 
of Ypres had recently been fought and several sons of the University 



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had fallen at St. Julien. On this occasion was read for the first time the 
list of the Fallen, which was repeated with growing numbers at each 
successive Commencement for the next four years. On two their degrees 
were conferred after death — Capt. A. C. Bastedo and Pte. D. E. Haig. 

Thus ended the most memorable session in the history of this Uni- 
versity. During the vacation its members were active for the most part 
elsewhere than in its grounds and buildings, but the rooms of ihe Uni- 
versity Women's Hospital Supply Association were filled with workers 
through the summer. At Niagara and other camps many were in 
training, and University men were in most of the Ontario and Western 
units that were being raised. Half the officers of one local battalion 
were graduates or students. At the close of the Co.t.c. camp in May 
the first Toronto contingent to the Universities Companies reinforcing 
the Princess Patricias was raised, and during the following months the 
recruits for these units were enrolled at the co.t.c. orderly room. 

Just before the next session opened occurred an event of great interest 
in itself, which acquired fuller significance a year and a half later. The 
plans of the Anglo-American Peace Centenary (1814-1914) Committee 
had been interrupted by the war; but one part of their programme was 
completed on September 20th, 1915, when in a special Convocation 
honorary degrees were conferred on six American members of the 
Committee — the late Hon. Joseph H. Choate, Professor W. C. Osborn, 
Messrs. W. B. Howland and J. A. Stewart, the Hon. Justice A. B. Parker, 
and President Murray Butler of Columbia University. The eloquent 
speech in response made by Mr. Choate revealed the direction in which 
the currents of American opinion were setting, soon to acquire decisive 
force. The speaker's long years of life were drawing to a close, but before 
the end came he saw the fulfilment of his desire, that the two countries 
whose common welfare he had served should be united in common 
action and in defence of a great cause. 

1915-1916 

When the session opened the number of men students was about 
650 less than in the previous October and through the winter the attend- 
ance steadily dwindled through enlistments. Many members of the 
staff were also absent on military service. This involved additional 
work for those teachers who remained, since only a limited number of 
substitutes could be found, and although the classes were smaller they 
were not as a rule much fewer in number. Consequently in most 
departments full courses of instruction were still required. 

The strain was especially heavy in the Faculty of Medicine, as about 
fiftv of the staff wore absent and tlic number of students was not nnich 
lessened, since those in the senior years were directed by the military 



xvi UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

authorities to complete their courses so as to quahfy for commissions 
in the A.M.C., and already men who had enhsted in the previous year 
were being sent back from the front for the same purpose. In addition 
to the work of the regular year, a special summer session in medicine 
was held from May 1916 onwards, in response to a request from the 
War Office, in order that many might graduate six months earlier than 
usual. 

Outside of the work of the class-rooms the changes wrought by the 
war in the life of the University were becoming more manifest. The 
c.o.T.c. began training with a slightly smaller enrolment than a year 
before. Its strength rapidly diminished with the continuous enlistments 
for overseas seivice. For the senior medical students a special military 
course of A.M.C. training was provided. The Inter-University football 
and hockey matches were suspended, not to be resumed till 1919, but 
the Mulock Cup and other games were continued. The fraternity 
houses were closed. The various students' societies now either gave up 
their activities altogether or reduced their programmes. The women 
students, individually or in groups, were engaged in knitting and pre- 
paring materials, and the Hospital Supply Association was continuously 
active. The grounds were used largely by the District School of 
Infantry. 

During the first part of the year the undergraduates who enlisted 
were joining various units of the c.e.f. and not one or two in particular, 
except the Universities' Companies, p.p.c.l.i. About the New Year, 
however, a considerable number of men, mostly from Knox College, 
enlisted together in the 43rd Howitzer Battery, C.F.A., which was 
raised in Guelph and reached France as a unit. From now onwards 
many joined also the Divisional Signal Companies of the Engineers. 
At the end of December the first draft of candidates selected from the 
C.o.T.c. for Imperial commissions left for England. 

The question was now discussed of raising a distinct combatant unit 
bearing the University's name, in which its members could train and 
serv^e overseas together. There were two classes to consider, those who 
wished to qualify for commissions and those who preferred to join the 
ranks. Consequently it seemed better to meet the needs of both, and 
application was made for authorisation to raise two units, one an Oliicers 
Training Company as an Active Service branch of the C.o.T.c, the 
other an Artillery Battery. From this came the Overseas Training 
Company and the 67th Depot Battery, both of which during the rest 
of the war maintained a close connection with the University. Though 
neither of these units was destined to go overseas, they gave fellow 
students and graduates the opportunity of taking their first training 
together, usually for several months. From this time onwards a large 



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proportion of the University of Toronto men who enhsted began their 
ser\'ice in one or other of these units. 

At the end of the session the University sustained losses which made 
its members realise with greater intensity the cost of the war. Edward 
Kylie, whose promise as scholar and teacher was already finding rich 
fulfilment, died in May while in training at Owen Sound; and not many 
days later the casualty reports from Sanctuary Wood and Mount Sorrel 
announced the deaths of many whose records are given in this book. 
In the list also was the name of one who, though not himself a member 
of the University, was well known to many here — \' ictor \^an der Smissen, 
the only son of his parents, who fell in action on June 13th. 

1916-1917 

At the opening of the next session the attendance of men students 
was reduced by 600, and before the end of January another 600 had left. 
This year was passed under conditions similar to those of the previous 
session. To those watching the casualty lists there was no relief. The 
Somme campaign continued through October and November; there was 
a short respite during the winter months, but the session closed while 
the fighting round Vimy and Lens was in progress. 

In view of the call for service at home by all those who could not 
enlist, the University held in January 1917 a registration of all its 
students, both men and women, in order to ascertain their physical 
condition and their willingness to do national work during the following 
summer. \^ery few men were found to be fit for active service, so that 
when some months later the Military Service Act came into force, even 
on a lowered standard it had no appreciable effect in the University. 
220 of the men in attendance had volunteered for overseas s,ervice and 
had been rejected, and most of the others had some physical detect. 
Nearly all stated their willingness to do national service, more partic- 
ularly in agriculture and munitions, and there is reason to believe that 
all these promises were fulfilled in the following vacation. Of the 
remainder som.e, whp had been under age in 1916, enlisted, and most of 
the others were not fit for service in any of the usual forms. 

The C.O.T.C. continued its work, but on a considerably reduced 
establishment, since by this time most of its original member's had gone 
overseas. Of the 500 enrolled in the Corps most were freshmen. The 
Overseas Training Company was quartered in Burwash Hall, \'ict(M-ia 
College, and the 67th Battery, after summer training at Niagara and 
Petawawa, spent the winter at Exhibition Camp. 

In the course of the session two special Convocations were held, 
the first on January 23rd, 1917, to confer the honorary degree of ll.u. 
on The Duke of Devonshire, the new C.o\'ernor-C.eneral, and the second 



xviii UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

on May 26th to admit to the same degree the Right Honourable Arthur 
James Balfour, who was in America on the British Mission to the United 
States. In the course of his address Mr. Balfour said: — 

" I saw just now the honoured roll of those belonging to the University 
of Toronto who have already perished in the war. I refuse to think, I 
do not think, that they have perished in vain. I do not merely mean 
that their efforts as soldiers or as doctors or whatever they may have 
been— I do not merely mean that they have helped, and we recognise 
that they have helped, to bring a victory to the Allies which means in 
the long run victory to civilisation. I mean something deeper, and 
profounder, something more intimately connected with the life of this 
University. Believe me, the sacrifice made by these young men, with 
all life before them, is not merely service to their country and to the 
world ; it is direct service to the University which they have left for more 
dangerous and perilous methods of doing their duty in that station in the 
Empire to which they have been called. 

"And the reason I think so is that there is a common life belonging 
to every great institution, and above all to every great University, 
which goes on continually from generation to generation, which knows 
no break, which is the very ideal of earthly immortality. Now, when 
the future generations com>e to this great seat of learning in order to 
equip themselves for the struggle in life which is before them, do not 
doubt that they will get inspiration by looking at that list of immortal 
heroes; that they will feel that the University which they have attended 
is no mere organisation for imparting useful information, but that in its 
life it has done glorious and heroic things, and if the need should again 
come upon the country which it serves, the need will again be satisfied 
with equal courage, equal patriotism, and equal devotion to public 
duty." 

In the Honours List of June 3, 1917, the President was made Knight 
Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. He insisted 
that the honour was conferred on the University for its service in the 
war rather than on him personally; but those who watched his unselfish 
devotion to the duty of the hour and his patient direction of their efforts 
felt that he had himself won a place of special distinction in the Uni- 
versity's history. 

At this point may be mentioned certain changes which do not belong 
to any one session, but were developed mostly in the course of the year 
1917, and also the work done by certain departments in the University 
more particularly in the years 1917 and 1918. 



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The Royal Flying Corps 

In the spring of this year the Royal Flying Corps established a 
training centre for the Dominion with headquarters at Toronto. As the 
school grew during the next eighteen months a considerable portion of 
the University or College grounds and buildings were given over to this 
Force. These were the front and back lawns, parts of the Engineering 
Building, Convocation Hall, and Hart House, Wycliffe College, most of 
Burwash Hall, and the University Residences. In 1918 the University 
back lawn and the quadrangle of Burwash Hall were also filled with 
tents. The cadets received their preliminary training here, before being 
sent to the flying camps at Leaside, Borden and Deseronto. In the 
summer of 1917 many American cadets were seen training in company 
with the Canadians. In the first days, before the establishment of the 
school was complete, members of the staff in Applied Science voluntarily 
gave instruction to the cadets. A large body of instructors was event- 
ually brought to Canada, in which were several members of the Uni- 
versity who had seen service at the front. Among the cadets were 
many of the latest generation of undergraduates, and students from the 
upper grades of the schools, many of whom entered the University after 
the war. The propellers now seen in various University buildings are 
memorials of the stay of this Force in Toronto. 

Use of Buildings and Grounds 

Reference may also be made here to other uses made of the buildings 
either for troops in training or for those engaged in the care of disabled 
soldiers, who were now returning in large numbers. 

Part of Hart House had already been assigned by the Massey Founda- 
tion to the District School of Musketry. The remainder of the building 
was now divided between the Flying Corps, the training school for 
masseuses and those employed in 'functional re-education.' In 
addition the part of Burwash Hall not used by the Flying Corps was 
occupied by the Training Company. One University Residence was 
for a time used by the N.c.o. Training School, and was then given 
over with the others to the Flying Corps. The grounds and one wing 
of Trinity College had previously been occupied by the 123rd and 228th 
Battalions when training. When St. Andrew's College building was 
requisitioned by the C.a.m.C. for a hospital the school moxed into Knox 
College. Rooms in the Library, the Physics and Biological Buildings 
were used by the Hospital Supply Association, the Secours National and 
similar organisations. 



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The Connaught Antitoxin Laboratories 

In May 1914 the Laboratories were opened and so were fortunately 
in working order when the war's demand began. By these the agents 
for the prevention and treatment of diphtheria, small-pox, meningitis 
and tetanus were supplied at cost for all civilian needs not only in the 
Province but also through the whole of Canada and Newfoundland. 
When the war began there was a serious shortage in the supply of tetanus 
antitoxin. The Canadian Red Cross was at first enabled to obtain 
10,000 packages from the United States, but it was clear that this 
supply would not last long. The Univ-ersity Laboratories were then 
further equipped by a grant from the Dominion Government, so that they 
could supply at cost the entire amount needed for the Canadian troops. 
Before the end of 1916 50,000 packages had been sent overseas and in 
addition all the small-pox vaccine required was supplied. All this was 
done without impairing the supply for local civilian needs. The work 
was carried on under the direction of Drs. J. G. FitzGerald and R. D. 
Defries of the Department of Hygiene. 

As the extended service was at first hampered by the fack of accom- 
modation for horses and other animals and by want of adequate labora- 
tory space, Lt.-Col. A. E. Gooderham, a member of the Board of Gover- 
nors, purchased a fifty acre farm in York Township, on which he built 
and equipped laboratories and stables, generously presenting the entire 
plant to the University. These Laboratories, named after h.R.h. the 
Duke of Connaught, were completed in 1916, and were formally opened 
by his successor the Duke of Devonshire on October 25th, 1917. 

The extent and importance done by this department of the University 
can be judged by the following figures which show the amounts supplied 
to the Army and the Red Cross during the war: — tetanus antitoxin 
250,000 — 1 ,500 unit doses ; small -pox vaccine 700,000 tubes ; diphtheria 
antitoxin 57,665,000 units; anti-meningitis serum 75,000 cubic centi- 
metres. 

Functional Re-education and Physiotherapy 

In the winter of 1916-1917 Dr. E. A. Bott, of the Psychological 
Department, assisted by private subscriptions and voluntary help on 
the part of some of his colleagues in Arts and others, opened a small 
clinic for the 'functional re-education' of disabled soldiers. The aim 
was to restore to their normal working physical or mental powers that 
had become impaired by war disabilities, and in particular to remedy 
injuries to the nervous or muscular system received from wounds or 
shock. The method was largely psychological. Each patient was 



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gradually induced to recover his self-control and self-confidence. This 
was often done by giving repeated practice with simple mechanical 
appliances fitted with metrical devices whereby each man might for 
himself register his progress. 

In May 1917 the Military Hospitals Commission organised work of 
this kind on a larger scale, and the workers in the University were trans- 
ferred to the staff that was now established in Hart House, part of 
which building had been granted for this purpose by the Massey Trus- 
tees. Here many patients were directly treated, but at the same time 
a school was organised for training special workers to be sent to the 
hospitals of the Dominion. Classes in massage were also established 
in the same building. In the summer of 1917 Dr. Bott was sent to 
England and France to investigate the methods in use there. 

In 1918 the whole of this work was transferred to the c.a.:nlc., 
which established in Hart House a general School of Physiotherapy, in 
which all the various systems of treatment, functional re-education, 
massage, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, etc., might be coordinated. 
The work was directed by the late Lt.-Col. Robert Wilson of Montreal, 
who had acquired wide experience of these m.ethods both in France and 
in England. To the staff of the school were added som.e University 
men who had returned from ser^dce in France. Professors J. P. 
McMurrich, E. F. Burton, and others gave their voluntary assistance 
by lectures and instruction in the University laboratories. 

The expeiiments made in practice revealed the need of further in- 
vestigations of the fundamental principles underlying the work, and 
measures were taken to organise the special researches required. The 
necessary funds had been supplied in the first instance by private 
generosity. In July 1918 Professor J. J. R. Macleod arranged to provide 
additional accommodation in the department of Physiology-, and a 
committee of the staff under Professor J. J. Mackenzie was appointed 
by the President to supervise the developmicnt of the work, for which 
provision was made for the year I9i8-i9i9bya grant of $1,500 from the 
Board of Governors. 

Partly because the immediate militaiy needs were still great, partly 
because further investigations and experiments were required to reach 
peimanent results, the work was continued after 1918. In 1919 the 
Dominion Government made a grant of Si2,ooo, through the Department 
of Militia and Defence, and the Director General of Medical Services 
appointed a research committee, consisting mostly of the same per- 
sonnel, to continue similar investigations. Lt.-Col. Wilson was its 
chaiiman, and after his death Col. C. L. Starr. After demobilisation 
steps have been taken to transfer the work to the Department of Health 
with a view to perpetuating for the general benefit the efforts that were 



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first evoked by the war's needs. The research work has been continued 
into the present year through the co-operation of various scientific 
departments. 

Work done under the Admiralty Board of Invention 

AND Research 

The question of procuring sufficient suppHes of heHum to replace 
hydrogen in naval and mihtary airships was first taken up by Sir Richard 
Threlfall, whose efforts received strong support from the Admiralty 
Board of Invention and Research under the late Lord Fisher. In 1915 
Professor J. C. McLennan was asked by the Board to make investiga- 
tions to determine the helium content of the natural gas supplies avail- 
able within the British Empire and assist in devising methods for its 
production. Associated with him were his colleagues in the Department 
of Physics, Professors E. F. Burton and J. Satterly, and Captain H. A. 
McTaggart after his return from Salonica; also Professor Dawes of 
McMaster University, and Messrs, John Patterson of the Meteoro- 
logical Office, and R. T. Elworthy of the Department of Mines, Ottawa. 
Reports were made from all the natural gas fields of Canada, and an 
experimental station for extracting the helium from the gas was estab- 
lished at Hamilton. In 1918 a new station was opened in the West. A 
station was also established near London, England, in 1917. 

In.iQij when the United States entered the war it was arranged to 
co-operate with the American scientists in developing the supplies of 
helium available within their territory, and Professor Satterly was 
associated with Commander Bridge and Lieut. -Commander Lowcock 
of the Royal Navy for this purpose. By the summer of 1918 helium was 
produced in moderate quantities at relatively small cost in both coun- 
tries, and had the war been prolonged, large supplies would have been 
assured. Investigations were also begun with a view to developing the 
industrial and scie itific uses of helium for other than war needs. 

From May 19 17 till the close of the war Professor McLennan himself 
was in England serving first as a collaborator with the Board of Inven- 
tion and Research of the Admiralty, and later as Director of Research 
for the Admiralty. Besides supervising the work done in connection 
with helium, he was employed in directing a series of investigations and 
experiments in connection with the development of anti-submarine 
devices, as well as electromagnetic and magnetic aids to navigation. 
From December 1917 until September 1919 a number of University 
graduates and advanced students in the Department of Physics were 
working under his direction at London and other centres in Great Britain. 

In November 19 19 the President received a letter from the Lords of 



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the Admiralty thanking the University for having made it possible for 
Professor McLennan to spend these years in the services that are briefly 
here described and in contributing to the elaboration of permanent ar- 
rangements for applying scientific research to naval problems. 

Industrial Training and Occupational Therapy 

From 1917 onwards members of the staff, particularly in Applied 
Science, rendered assistance in refitting disabled soldiers for civilian 
occupations. Professor H. E. T. Haultain was appointed Vocational 
Officer for Ontario under the Invalided Soldiers Commission (later the 
Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment). He arranged with his 
colleagues for their help chiefly in two directions. 

Classes foi industrial instruction in such subjects as the use of 
agricultural tractors and the repair of automobiles were formed, the 
temporal y Gymnasium being lent for the purpose. Courses were also 
given in mining and assaying, plan-reading and estimating, applied 
electricity, etc. The instructors themselves were mostly expert 
mechanics, and their work was done under the supervision of a committee 
of the Faculty — the late Dean W. H. Ellis, Professors C. H. C. Wright, 
G. A. Guess, H. W. Price, L. M. Arkley and others. 

For the more seriously injured men courses in * occupational thei apy ' 
were established. The work began in the hospitals, but it was not 
aimed meiely at restoiing the use of disabled limbs, but directed to 
practical tiaining in woodwork, basketry, book-binding, modelling, 
drawing, etc. The classes held in the University did not as a rule deal 
directly with the patients but were for the instruction of teachers. 
Duiing the next two years over 250 women teacheis were trained and 
sent to various hospitals and centres throughout the country. The 
work was done under the general direction of the same committee. Mr. 
J. W. Chester and a staff of special instructors, drawm partly from out- 
side sources, partly from within the University, supervised the work in 
detail. For these classes the east end of the Mining Building and the 
Library Reading-room were used. 

Other Services 

Some of the special services rendered by the Faculty of Medicine 
have been referred to in the preceding general account. More can be 
discovered by a reference to the personal records that follow. In the 
latter years of the war several members of the staff and graduates in 
Medicine were employed as Consultants at Headquarters in England, at 
Ottawa, and in the various Military Districts of Canada. The 
services conti ibuted by the general body of medical graduates is also 



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indicated by these figures: — C.a.m.C commissions 832; r.a.m.C. com- 
missions 212; Naval medical service 76. 

Similar service was also rendered by the Royal College of Dental 
Surgeons. The importance of dentistry for the good health of the 
troops was recognised in Canada sooner than elsewhere, and an Army 
Dental Corps was first organised in the Canadian Forces. In 1916 a 
special summer session of the College was held, to enable the senior 
students to qualify sooner than usual for commissions in the c.a.d.c, 
and early in 1917 a special course was arranged to train junior students 
for positions as Sergeant laboratory assistants and Privates. For the 
session 1917-1918 it was enacted that every freshman who was physically 
fit should be required to take a special course of training for the work of 
Dental Sergeant. By these measures the needs of the service were con- 
tinuously met. 

The Ontario Veterinary College and the Ontario College of Pharmacy 
made similar special arrangements for training their students to m.eet 
the demands of the war. Graduates of the Ontario Agricultural College 
were also employed as experts in agriculture not only in Canada, but 
also in Great Britain and France. Many of the more important positions 
in the Canadian Forestry Corps overseas were held by graduates in 
Forestry. 

Several members of the staff and graduates in Science were employed 
as experts and consultants in munitiqn plants in Canada and Great 
Britain. Professor Watson Bain was appointed in February 1918 
Chemical Adviser to the Canadian War Mission at Washington. 

Professor A. H. Abbott was Secretary of the Speakers' Patriotic 
League in 1915 and 1916. He was also Secretary of the British Red 
Cross Appeals in 1915, 1916, and 1917 (in which over 5,000000 dollars 
were raised). Secretary of the Organisation of Resources Comm.ittee, 
Director of Labour in Ontario for the Imperial Munitions Board and 
Secretary to other patriotic organisations. Since the close of the war 
he has become permanent General Secretary of the Canadian Red Cross. 

During the vacations of 1 91 7 and 1918 most of the students were 
employed on national service in Canada. Several of the women under- 
graduates were employed in frufit picking in the Niagara district. Some 
members of the staff also gave their time to speaking in different parts 
of the Province for the 'Greater Production' campaign. 

Military Instructors in the Colleges of the United States 

When the United States entered the war, a demand came from the 
Colleges for military instructors from Canada who had seen service 
overseas. From this University were sent some who had been invalided 



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home, whose experience at the front combined with their academic 
training especially fitted them for this work. These were: — Lieut. R. 
Hodder Williams, M.C., to Columbia University; Lieut. W. H. King, 
D.S.O., to the City College, New York, and Johns Hopkins University; 
Major P. P. Aclard, M.c, to the Washington State College and Groton 
School, Mass.; Lieut. Raymond Massey to Princeton University and 
later to Yale University; Lieut. A. Bland to the Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology and later to Yale University; Lieut. E. H. Saer to the 
Southern Methodist College, Dallas; Lieut. W. W. Lang to North- 
western University, Evanston, 111.; Lieut. W. N. MacQueen to Cornell 
College, Mount Vernon, Iowa; Lieut. S. N. Dixon to New Mexico Military 
Institute, Roswell, N.M.; Major R. N. Davy to Phillips Academy, 
Andover, Mass.; Lieut. W. Martin to the University of Michigan. 

The Varsity Illustrated Supplement 

Each year from 1915 to 1919 the Students' Council — under the 
direction of Professor T. R. Loudon and the Rev. S. Childs, Presidents, 
and the late Harry W. Hayes and C. C. Grant, Secretaries, assisted by 
other members — Issued a Magazine Supplem.ent containing illustrated 
articles on the University and the war, and also all obtainable portraits 
of the University men on service. From several of the special articles 
wiitten in this Magazine or the 'L^niversity Monthly' some of the material 
for this Introduction is di awn. The proceeds of the Supplement amounted 
to nearly $40,000. Of this sum $6,000 were given to the purchase of two 
motor-ambulances for the Canadian Red Cross, $3,841 to the Patriotic 
and Canadian Red Cross Funds, $7,835 to the British Red Cross, $474 
to the Belgian and Serbian Relief, $7,135 to the University Hospital, 
$2,356 to the re-education of soldiers in Hart House, $1,950 to the 
University Battery, $1,550 to the University Training Company, $200 
to the Universities Tank Battalion. The greater part of the balance 
was given to the War Memorial Fund and devoted to the assistance of 
returned members of the University. 

1917-1918 

The session calls for but a brief record. In its first months the 
terrible casualty lists from Passchendaele recorded the loss of many of 
the University's sons. The work described in previous sections was 
continued. For the fifth year students in Medicine the session began in 
August, enabling them to complete their courses and go overseas by 
March 1918. In other faculties the attendance was again diminished, 
and of the first year students who were still under age for the M.s.A. 
many enlisted during the year. 



xxvi UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

A measure was now adopted which, with modifications, has since 
become permanent. Every male student was required to undergo a 
medical examination and to take physical training. In view of the 
immediate need it was enacted that this should take the form of military 
drill and instruction. Preliminary arrangements were made for a 
Department of Military Studies which was organised by Col. W. R. Lang 
after his return in 1919. The work of this class is now continued as part 
of the regular academic curriculum. 

In October the Connaught Antitoxin Laboratories were opened. The 
67th Battery was again quartered at Exhibition Camp, and the Training 
Company at Burwash Hall. At the end of the session the First Canadian 
Universities Tank Battalion was organised, and many students enlisted 
in the University of Toronto Company. 

Comm^encement was held on May 17th, 1918, when honorary degrees 
were conferred on Earl Reading, the Hon. Elihu Root, and (in absence) 
M. J. J. Jusserand, French Ambassador to the United States. On the 
lawn the r.a.f. Cadet School was drawn up in review order, and the 
academic procession was headed by fifty returned LTniversity soldiers. 
After the degrees were conferred addresses were made by both the 
recipients. In concluding the Hon. Mr. Root said: — 

"May not our great Universities in the future carry on in the 
coming generations the lessons that we are learning to-day in that 
great conflict of principle in France and Flanders? May not our 
great Universities conscientiously, assiduously, with wise forethought 
and judgment teach patriotism, teach love of liberty, teach true love of 
justice, and teach young men and young women how to serve liberty, 
to ser\^e justice, to serve their country, as well as teach them Latin, 
Greek, Mathematics and Applied Science? I conceive that that great 
mission is before the great educational institutions of this Continent, I 
am confident that it is, and in the future course, of the University of 
Tojonto In the performance of this high duty I hope to live long enough 
to feel my pride redoubled in this new and prized association with your 
great University." 

1918-1919 

All returned encouraged by the victories of the summer, but saddened 
by the growing casualty lists. In those closing days more than a hundred 
names were added to the University's Roll of Honour, and it still seemed 
as if another session must follow like the four preceding. 

On November nth the long agony was over. The buildings were 
closed, and for a day all gave themselves up to common rejoicing. Soon 
the return to the old order became apparent. Many who were de- 
mobilised in Canada immediately resumed or began their University 



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courses, and once again a large number of men were seen in the College 
halls, and old activities were renewed. Early in 1919 many of those 
returning from overseas had come back, and they continued to come 
during the months that followed. To meet their needs- — some 400 had 
returned by May — -special arrangements were made. New classes were 
formed and continued to the end of July, and by this means many were 
enabled to complete a year's work. For those who had enlisted on 
leaving school special courses were provided, so that they might be 
ready to begin the regular first year work in the following October. 
For those of this group who arrived later and who had not matriculation 
standing when they had enlisted, a special preparatory class was con- 
tinued through the session of 1919-20. It was decided to allow the same 
academic credit to ex-service men entering the University as had been 
given to those who had enlisted from it. In Arts they were given the 
opportunity of graduating in three years, and in Medicine, where a 
six year course was being introduced, they were allowed to complete in 
five yeais. Nearly all the returned men took up their studies in earnest 
and determinedly overcame the initial difficulties. The class lists of 
the next two years have revealed the success of their efforts. 



Academic Progress 

Lest it should be thought that during these years little or no academic 
progress was made, a brief reference to this side of the University's life is 
needed. With many of the teaching staff absent and because of the mental 
strain of these years the classes were conducted with some difficulty, but 
though some loss of efficiency was inevitable, on the whole the usual 
standards were maintained and in several directions progress was attained. 
The details of a revised general course in Arts were planned, and it was 
brought into force in the fall of 1919. The course in Medicine was 
extended to six years and provision made for a general as well as a 
purely pi of essional education. The Board of Graduate Studies in Arts 
and Medicine was estal)lishcd in 1915, whose work rapidly developed in 
extent and value, and in 1917 a School of Engineering Research was 
organised in Applied Science. In this year also a special fund was set 
apart for research and investigations particularly in Medicine and 
Applied Science, and important work was done immediately on problems 
arising from the war. Fellowships for graduate work were given b\- 
private benefactors, and others contributed to the medical research fund. 
In the year 1918-19 the first full time professorship in ]\Icdicine was 
established by the gift of Sir Jf)hn and Lady Eaton. Lt.-Col. A. E. Ciood- 
erham gave the Connaught Laboratories in 1916, and a laboratory for 
investigations in zymolog>' in 1918. In 1917-18 a Faculty of Music was 



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created, with Dr. A. S. Vogt as Dean, and instruction began in the next 
session. A new University Department of Psychology was organised 
under Professor C. K. Clarke, Dean of Medicine, to co-ordinate the 
study and teaching of the subject which hitherto had been partially 
dealt with in various faculties. The Department of Social Service, 
which was organised shortly before the war, became securely established 
and since then has greatly extended its sphere of usefulness. The work 
of the University Extension, Correspondence Schools and Local Lectures 
was continued and before the close of the war plans were outlined for the 
formation of a local Workers' Educational Association which have since 
been more fully developed. 

The University War Memorial 

A month after the Armistice a large meeting of graduates was held, 
and a representative committee of the Alumni Association was appointed 
to raise subscriptions and prepare plans for a Memorial to the Fallen. 
It was decided to spend part of the fund on the erection of a Memorial 
Tower between Hart House and University College, and to devote the 
remainder to the foundation of scholarships. It was arranged that the 
subscribers of each local centre should in a measure control the award 
of the scholarship within the particular district, and that a preference 
should be given to children and relaxtives of the Fallen. 

In all $350,000 have been subscribed, and the foundation stone of the 
Tower was laid by the Governor-General on Armistice Day 1919. In 
addition the University war veterans themselves have undertaken to 
provide a special fund for erecting the wall and arcade on which the 
names of those who died on service will be recorded. 

As the Dominion Government was unable to make any special 
provision for University students who had been on service, and in 
consequence many veterans were unable to begin or to continue their 
courses, ft was decided to give them assistance by loans from the 
Memorial Fund, and by June 1921 183,926 have been loaned to 303 
students. 

HoNORiVRY Degrees 

In the days that followed the University added to the register of its 
honorary graduates some who, as soldiers or civilians, had rendered 
conspicuous service in the war. 

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, on his visit to Toronto in 
August 1919, received the degree of ll.d. both as Heir to the Throne 
and as one who had served at the front for four years. 

On October 15th, 1919, the degree was conferred on His Eminence 



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Cardinal Mercier, and on Armistice Day the following were admitted: —  
Major-General Sir Willoughby Gwatkin, C.B., c.m.g., Chief of the General 
Staff, Canada; Major-General J. T. Fotheringham, c.m.g., a.d.m.s. 
of the Second Di\'ision in France and later Acting Director General of 
Medical Services in Canada; Brigadier-General C. H. Mitchell, C.B., 
C.M.G. , D.S.O., who was on the Staff of the Canadian Forces in France, 
and later of the Second British Army in France and the British Forces 
in Italy; Professor J. C. McLennan, O.B.E., f.r.s., who had done 
special work at the Admiralty. The degree of Master of Household 
Science was conferred on Matron-in-Chief Edith Catharine Rayside, 
R.R.C.; and that of M.A. on Major T. W. MacDowell, v.c, d.s.o., as 
the member of the University who won the highest military honour,^ 
and as representing "thousands of graduates and undergraduates who 
have done their duty, fought, even died, having performed countless 
deeds of valour which in their sum constitute Canada's glory." 

General Sir Arthur Currie, g.c.M.g., k.c.b., Commander of the 
Canadian Corps, was to have been honoured at the same time, but was 
unable to be present. He received his degree on Commencement Day 
in June 1920, together uath Major-General Sir Chailes Townshend, 
K.C.B. , the defender of Kut. At the Convocation of June 192 1 the 
degree was conferred on General the Right Honourable Jan Christiaan 
Smuts, P.c, Commander of the East African Force, and one of the 
master builders of the League of Nations. 



^ From the offi::ial record: — 

Victoria Cross, Captain Thain Wendell MacDowell, 38th Battalion. 

For most conspicuous bravery and indomitable resolution in face of heavy 
machine gun and shell fire. By his initiative and coura::;e this officer, with the 
assistance of two runners, was enabled, in the face of great difficulties, to capture 
two machine guns, besides two officers and seventy-five men. Although wounded 
in the hand, he continued for five days to hold the position gained, in spite of 
heavy shell fire, until eventually relieved by his battalion. By his bravery and 
prompt action he undoubtedly succeeded in rounding up a very strong enemy 
machine gun post. 



THE UNIVERSITY UNITS 

No 4 GENERAL HOSPITAL 

IN February 1915 the University offered to provide a Base Hospital of 
1,040 beds, the staff of which was to be manned from its members, 
and to contribute in a large measure to its equipment. The offer being 
accepted, the unit was quickly raised and after a farewell meeting in 
Convocation Hall sailed on May 15th under the command of Lt.-Col. 
J. A. Roberts, who had served in the South African War and had many 
years experience of Army Medical work. The original staff consisted 
of 38 officers. In adddltlon were 73 nurses under Matron Hartley, who 
remained with the Hospital throughout. With few exceptions they came 
from the Toronto hospitals which were officially connected with the 
University. Among the 206 rank and file were many undergraduates. 

Reaching England on May 28th the unit went to Shorncllffe, where 
it was allotted temporary quarters, till eventually It took over the 
Shorncllffe Military Hospital. During this period, however, most of 
the officers were detailed for special duties In hospitals or laboratories 
in London and elsewhere. In October they were reunited and left 
England for Salonica via Malta and Alexandria. 

The Hospital arrived at Its destination on November loth, being the 
first General Hospital on the ground, and moved to Its position on the 
Monastir Road about four miles west of Salonica. In some respects the 
hardest period of its service was during the first two or three months. 
Before the labour of unpacking, pitching tents, seeking a good water 
supply, and getting settled. In exceptionally cold and stormy weather, 
was completed the Retreat from Serbia had begun, and within a few 
days from their arrival some 600 patients were admitted. 

Tjhanks chiefly to the generous support of its friends In the University 
and Province, the Hospital was the best furnished and equipped of all 
in the Salonica area. Being a University unit it had on its staff a number 
of officers who were especially qualified to conduct experiments and 
research. In consequence both in Its laboratories and its X-ray depart- 
ment it largely met the needs of all the hospitals and became a scientific 
centre for the district. In its Dental department too it was much better 
equipped than other units and the Dental officers with their assistants 
were hard worked in meeting the demands made upon them. 

On May 25th, 1916, the Hospital moved from Its first position, where 
it had lived under canvas through the winter, to a new site at Kalamaria, 
a promontory to the south east of the town. The site In itself was 



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healthier and more suitable, and the new quarters were constructed 
entirely of substantial wooden huts. On the highest part of the ground 
weie the quarters for the officers, nurses and men. The administrative 
huts formed a line through the centre of the hospital proper. Branching 
off from this line to the north and south were the ward huts, those for 
surgical cases to the south, and those for medical cases to the north. 
The huts were mostly of uniform size, 140 feet long by 18 wide, with 
walls 9 feet high. The roofs were tiled, with an air space between them 
and the wooden ceilings. Next to No. 4 was No. 5 Canadian General 
Hospital from British Columbia. 

The daily average number of patients was about 1,300. The 
majority of cases treated in the Hospital were medical, of men suffering 
from malaria, dysentery and other illnesses; but there were always 
many wounded men to tend, more perhaps than is commonly 
imagined. With the fiercer fighting in France the newspapers did not 
give much information on the long trench warfare with attacks and 
counter-attacks on the Balkan front. 

During the two years at Salonica there were changes in the personnel 
of the unit. Col. Roberts, C.B., whose health had been affected, 
returned to England late in 1916. He was succeeded by Lt.-Col. W. B. 
Hendry, d.s.O., who had joined the Hospital when it was first organised 
and from now on remained in command till its disbandment. Other 
members of the staff were invalided or were recalled from time to time 
to take appointments elsewhere, being replaced by Canadian and 
and Imperial officers sent from England. After nearly two years' stay 
the climate began to tell on the health of many, especially the nurses, 
and in August 19 17 the order came to return to England. 

Perhaps the work done by the Hospital while at Salonica will best 
be appreciated, not from a list of statistics or from technical descrip- 
tions, but from letters wiitten by those who benefitted by the care and 
attention given them as patients, and by one of the Chaplains attached 
to the unit. The Rt. Rev. Mgr. Cavendish, C.F., wrote I0 the President 
in the spring of 1916: — 

"I have the honour to bring to your notice the following facts, 
which I am sure will give great satisfaction to you and all concerned in 
Canada. 

"I had the fdrtiine of being attached temporarily for duty as Roman 
Catholic Chaplain to the No. 4 Canadian General Hospital. My stay 
there was short, but it was more than sufficient for me to form a true 
idea and to appreciate most highly the way in which the medical 
officers, the nurses and the orderlies carried out their \ari()us duties. 

"I have had eighteen years of experience in niiliiar>' hospitals as 
Chaplain to the Forces, and 1 can say witlujut hesitation that I have 



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never seen hospital work performed with more order, efficiency and 
regularity than I saw it done there. I was more than edified by the 
scrupulous attention, devotion and self-sacrifice of the medical officers 
and nurses for their patients. These patients themselves saw this and 
were profoundly impressed by it, and could not help making special 
mention of it in their letters home to England, Ireland and Scotland, 
and to other countries in the Empire. One of my duties at the Hospital 
was to censor letters. In all the letters the patients sang their 
praises in honour of the medical officers, of the nurses and the Hospital 
in general. I could cite hundreds of such praises, but the following, 
I think, will be quite ample to show how deeply impressed the patients 
were by the excellent treatment which they received: — 

"My dear Mother — It is a real blessing to be in this hospital. I 
assure you I will be sorry to leave it. You have no idea how well 
and how gently we are dealt with here." 

"My dearest L. — Had I been at home, I should not have had 
such splendid treatment as I am having here. . . . These doctors 
are very much superior, and yet they are most kind and friendly 
with us all. The nurses are also very good and devoted to us." 

"... These medical officers are very good and know their 
business well. They also give themselves great trouble to help us 
on the way to a speedy recovery and although the patients here are 
very numerous, over 1,300, still deaths are very few and far be- 
tween. No doubt this shows the ability of the doctors. . . " 

"Dear Jamy — I am much' taken by these Canadian officers at 
the hospital here. They are really a fine set of gentlemen. I really 
cannot praise them enough for what they do for us." 

'•'My dear Mother, — I was admitted in this hospital last month. 

I really believed then my hour had come. But thanks be to God 

for sending me to ,this hospital, where I have had the greatest 

attention and care. I am getting fine now, thanks to the medical 

 officers and the nurses. O Mother, they are fine people these 

Canadians, God bless them all!" 
"Personally I was also very much impressed with the unity that 
exists among the officers, a thing which is bound to have splendid 
results. I was sorry when I received orders to go to Salonica as Senior 
Chaplain, but shall always look back with pleasure to the happy days 
spent with Col. Roberts and all the other officers of the No. 4 Canadian 
General Hospital." 

Peter F. Cavendish, c.f. 

In September 1917 the Hospital returned to England. The County 
Hospital for the Insane at Basingstoke, Hants., which was uncompleted 



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in 1914 and had been temporarily used by the r.a.m.c. and the Aus- 
trahans, was secured and finished sufficiently to meet the immediate 
need. The members of the Hospital were brought in Italian ships from 
Salonica to Taranto. The voyage had been slow, since owing to the 
menace of submarines the vessels could only travel by night and put 
in for shelter by day. From Taranto the journey was continued by rail 
through Italy and France. 

The Hospital's new home was situated on the Downs north of the 
town of Basingstoke and commanded a fine view. It had ample space 
and was fully equipped in every respect, with a central heating system, 
its o\^^l electric light plant and elaborate laundry and kitchen arrange- 
ments. Here the Hospital remained for nearly two years more, with an 
average of 1,200 patients, who were mostly Canadians. 

Except in a technical account, it is easier to write on the history of 
the Hospital when it was on the Eastern front, and more difficult to do 
full justice to its service after it became established in England. But 
it should be said that during the latter two years both in its medical 
and its surgical work the Hospital became one of the most efficient units 
in the Service, and won enthusiastic appreciation in all quarters. The 
direct connection with the University, which inevitably had been some- 
what broken in the later period of its stay in Salonica, was now reestab- 
lished and new relays of officers came directly from the University. 

The records that follow give the honours won by individual members 
of the Hospital. In addition eighteen of the nurses were awarded the 
Royal Red Cross. The Hospital lost by death three of its staff — Captain 
Norman Yellowlees, its first Adjutant, who was drowned in the Vardar 
River in May 1916; Lt.-Col. W. J. O. Malloch, who died when home on 
leave in February 1919; and Nursing Sister Lena Aloa Davis, who after 
suffering from malaria at Salonica contracted blackwater fever and suc- 
cumbed shortly after her return to England in 1917. 

In June 19 19 the Hospital's work was done and it returned to Canada 
The formal return welcome took place in Convocation Hall, when ad- 
dresses were made by the President, Dean Clarke and Col. Hendry. 
As it was on a Saturday afternoon in July, the gathering was not as large 
as it would have been at any time in the session. But in the brief pro- 
ceedings the University voiced its grateful appreciation ot the honour 
brought to it by those who through four years had faithfully done such 
fine service in its name. 

THE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S HOSPITAL SUPPLY ASSOCLATION 

As soon as the University Hospital was officially authorised two 

committees were formed to jjroxidc ihe equipment needed o\cr and 
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above the government issues. The first, representing the Governors, 
Senate and Staff, arranged for the purchase of medical, surgical and 
laboratory apparatus. An appeal was made to the graduates and 
friends of the University, which received a prompt and generous re- 
sponse. The sum of 60,000 dollars was subscribed in a short time to 
provide the immediate needs. In addition four motor ambulances were 
given, two by Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Gooderham, one each by IMrs. J. F. 
\V. Ross and Mrs. C. W. Beatty, a limousine by Mrs. Hoover and friends 
in Cleveland, Ohio, another motor car by Mr. Alfred Gross of Chicago, 
and a motor truck by Mr. White of Cleveland. For future maintenance 
a generous gift of 40,000 dollars was received from Mr. A. C. Hardy, 
himself a graduate of the University, Mrs. Hardy and -Mrs. Fulford. 

The second committee, which was composed of ladies connected with 
the University, proceeded to prepare the hospital clothing, bed linen, 
surgical dressings and all similar articles. For the Immediate needs 
and for the surgical supplies throughout they drew from the general 
fund, but in addition they raised a second set of subscriptions for the 
purchase of all other. materials and of machinery. Of those who sub- 
scribed in the first instance many continued their contributions monthly 
or annually till the end of the war. 

The immediate work that lay before this committee, soon enlarged 
into an association, is indicated by the list of articles that the Hospital 
required at once: sheets 1,200; pillow cases 8,400; patients' towels 
9,400; surgical towels 7,500; dish-cloths 1,100; slippers 500; socks 1,040 
monthly; flannel shirts 1,500; surgical shirts 6,300; surgeons' gowns 
800; small sheets 800; bed-jackets 1,000; dressing gowns 300; abdominal 
binders 400; laparotomy sheets 500. 

The Association began work at once, and aided by many ladies in 
the City and Province had the articles ready in a short time. They then 
continued to keep up the supply of these and similar articles for future 
needs. The extent of the work is shewn by the fact that in the first 
year 3,340 cases, containing 124,000 articles were sent overseas, and 
this average was more than maintained for the next three years. At 
first the bulk of the articles went to the University Hospital, but after 
it reached Salonica it was for the present adequately equipped and for 
further needs could more conveniently draw from the supplies at the 
local base. Consequently it was arranged that all the Association's 
output should be sent to the Canadian Red Cross, and a portion of it 
directed through this agency to the French hospitals. Supplies were also 
sent to the Canadian Field Comforts Commission, the French Secours 
National and similar organisations. At first a special committee of the 
ladies worked apart on preparing surgical supplies. Later when the 
full amount required was provided the members of this committee 



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returned to co-operate with the general Association, but resumed their 
special work for a time in the autumn of 1917 in repsonse to a request 
from the University Hospital when it was being established at Basing- 
stoke. The University Women's Club also worked with this com- 
mittee in preparing sphagnum moss. 

The Association's service was twofold. A large amount of work 
was done in the central work-rooms at the University which were equip- 
ped with the necessary machines. It also provided a clearing house for 
the work done by many auxiliary agencies. The materials were pur- 
chased by the Association in large quantities at a time, and so with a 
considerable saving of expense. Individual volunteers or associated 
groups represent ing churches, schools and societies then took the 
materials and made them up. Several of these auxiliaries also sub- 
scribed to the funds of the Association. 

The officers of the Association were:^ — President, Lady Falconer; 
\'ice-Presidents, Mrs. W. H. Ellis, Mrs. A. L. McCrimjnon of McMaster 
University; Treasurer, Mrs. F. N. G. Starr (1915-1918), Mrs. W. A. 
Parks (1918-1919); Secretary, Mrs. \'. E. Henderson; Representing 
Colleges arid Faculties, Mrs. A. Baker, Mrs. C. K. Clarke, Mrs. F. H. 
Wallace, Mrs. J. C. Robertson, Mrs. A. L. Langford, Mrs. H. T. F. 
Duckworth, Miss Hutton, Mrs. B. E. Fernow, Mrs. W. Pakenham, Mrs. 
W. E. Willmott, Mrs. E. A. A. Grange, Mrs. C. Heebner, Mrs. T. R. 
O'jVIeara; Honorary Members, Lady Walker, the late Mrs. R. A. Reeve, 
Mrs. J. A. Roberts; Officers of special cojnjnittees: — Finance, Mrs. G. 
M. Wrong, Miss Hutton, Mrs. G. C. Robertson; Work, Mrs. B. A. 
Bensley, Mrs. C. L. Starr; Work-room Secretary, Miss Evelyn E. 
Henderson; Publicity, Mrs. A. McPhedran; Purchasing, Mrs. K. C. 
Mcllwraith; Packing, Mrs. F. B. Kenrick, Mrs. Brefney O'Reilly; 
Surgical Supplies, Mrs. H. T. Machell, Dr. Margaret Johnston. 

At the final meeting of the Association in March 1919 it was re- 
ported that the total receipts of subscriptions for its work were 121,000 
dollars; total disbursements 117,000 dollars; the balance was given to 
furnishing officers' quarters in the Christie Street Hospital. 347,392 
articles of hospital clothing, linen, etc., were sent overseas, and 1,808,257 
articles of surgical supplies. 

The service rendered by the Association in the relief of suffering and 
repairing of the war's injuries cannot be estimated solely by the large 
subscriptions raised or the amount of articles prepared and sent over- 
seas, but must also be judged by the long hours of willing and cheerful 
labour spent week in and week out, often at considerable personal sacri- 
fice, by those who still had their home duties to perform. Many too 
had their special anxieties to face, with husbands, sons and brothers 
overseas. In this common effort the ladies of the University and their 



xxxvi UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

associates also did an invaluable service to the University itself, by 
bringing it into closer contact with the women of the Province and the 
City, who made the Association's cause their own. 

THE CANADIAN OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 

The University of Toronto Contingent of the c.o.t.c. was organised 
ill October 1914. It was not the first military unit connected with this 
University. From 1861 onwards for over thirty years 'K' Company of 
the Second Regiment, Queen's Owti Rifles, was known as the University 
Company. For a time there was a Trinity College Company in addition. 
Among the officers of ' K' Company were the .late Professors Croft (1862- 
67), Cherriman (1862-73), Ellis (1866-76), and Professors Van der 
Smissen (1872-78) and Baker (1876-83). The Company took part in the 
resistance to the Fenian Raid of 1866, when three of its members fell at 
Ridgeway, J. H. Mewburn, Malcolm Mackenzie and William F. Tempest, 
in whose memory the window was set up in the East Hall. Destroyed 
in the fire of 1890, it was replaced by the present window which repro- 
duces the original design. The Company again served in the North 
West campaign of 1885. Soon afteiwards the University's direct con- 
nection with the Regiment ceased, but the records shew that in the 
follownng years many students and graduates both of the University 
and Trinity College served in this Company of the Queen's Own. Captain 
R. K. Barker, who commanded the Toronto company of the Canadian 
contingent in the South African war, was both an officer of the Regiment 
and a graduate of the University. 

For a brief period after August 4th, 19 14, the old connection was 
renewed. At a meeting, called by the late Dean W. H. Ellis and others, 
Univers'ty men were called on to begin training at once in one of the 
City Regiments. Amont those who were active in promoting this move- 
ment was the late Errol B. Piatt of the Queen's Own. A University Com- 
pany of this unit was established and began training in the evenings 
under Captain F. L. Burton. Several of those who then joined continued 
with the Regiment till they went overseas. Others transferred later to 
the C.O.T.C. 

In 1897 the late President Loudon requested a committee to con- 
sider the formation of a new MiUtia unit to be recruited from the Uni- 
versity. Not long afterwards the Second Field Company of the Cana- 
dian Engineers was organised, in which many undergraduates were 
trained in the following years under Professor W. R. Lang. In the 
Engineers of the c.e.F. were many who had received their first 
training in this unit. 



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About the same time the Field Hospital and Field Ambulance Corps 
were organised, to become the nucleus of the present C.A.M.C. The 
commanders of two of the four Toronto Field Hospital Companies were 
Dr. J. T. Fotheringham and the late Dr. A. Y. Scott. Other members 
of the University or of Trinity Medical College were active in Army 
Medical service, notably Dr. G. Sterling Ryerson, who had served both in 
the North West and in South Africa. 

The Committee appointed by Dr. Loudon continued its efforts to 
secure the authorisation of a University Battalion. When the Oiificers 
Training Corps was established in Great Britain it was agreed that a 
similar body should be organised in Canada. Eventually the Corps was 
authorised and the first Contingent was raised at McGill University in 
191 2. The establishment of a Toronto Contingent was delayed by 
difficulties in reaching an agreement with the Department of Militia and 
Defence for the provision of a site for Armouries. 

Organisation of the Corps 

The crisis of 1914 demanded immediate action, and without further 
delay the Contingent was authorised. In September a delegation repre- 
senting the Universities of Canada visited Ottawa to ascertain in what 
way they could best serve the country at war. It had been suggested 
that overseas units should at once be raised from the Universities, but 
the Government definitely replied that immediate needs would be better 
served by their providing units for training from which a supply of 
officers and non-commissioned officers could be drawn for the battalions 
of the C.E.F. as they were established. 

The regulations of the Corps implied that training for proficiency 
certificates 'a' and 'b', to qualify the holders for appointments as 
Lieutenant and Captain respectively in the Infantry, should be carried 
on for at least two years and concurrently with academic studies. Mem- 
bership in the Corps was also to be open to any who should wish to take 
the general training without the advanced work. These were to be 
known as 'efficiency' candidates. The history of the Corps in the next 
three years shews a large preponderance of the latter class, and the 
number of the proficiency certificates obtained does not bear a very 
large proportion to the whole. The regulations had been drawn up for 
peace times, and owing to the immediate exigencies of the war and the 
abnormally large enlistment in the Corps modifications in practice had 
to be made. Many members enlisted at once in the ranks of llu- c.i-:.r., 
and iti various branches of the service. Others received commissions in 
the C.E.F. battalions, and as immediate qualification was required, took 
shorter intensi\e courses in the District Schools of Iiiraii(r\-. Others 



xxxviii UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

again found it necessary to qualify during the long vacations of 1915 
and 1 916, when the Corps was not in operation. But it may reasonably 
be claimed that all its members learnt from their training in the Corps 
the first and not least important elements of military efficiency in all. 
arms of the Service. 

1914-1915 

Early in September a few members of the teaching staff who were 
In Toronto began daily training under Lieut. G. N. Bramfitt, C.E., and 
these formed the nucleus of the body of instructors for the Corps. Lt.- 
Col. \V. R. Lang, being in England in August, was recalled to Canada 
to supervise all the military instruction in the Toronto District, and in 
addition was shortly afterwards appointed Commander of the Corps. 
The University Rifle Association afforded a provisional organisation 
and its rifles were used till a full supply was available. Formal authorisa- 
tion was announced on November 2nd to take effect from October 15th, 
but within a few days after term opened nearly 2,000 students were 
drilling on the grounds on every afternoon after 4 o'clock. Though many 
had had some training with the Cadet Corps and some in the Active 
Militia, more had to learn the work from the beginning. The assistance 
of a few Sergeant Instructors from Headquarters was available, but for 
the most part the detailed instruction had to be given by those whose 
own training had begun not long before or had been suddenly revived 
after several years' intermission. The difficulties were many, but en- 
thusiasm and application compensated for want of experience. 

The members of the Battalion Staff were: — Officer Commanding, 
Lt.-Col. W. R. Lang; Majors, C.S. McVicar and A. D. LePan; Adjutant, 
Capt. G. N. Bramfitt; Quarter-Master, Lieut. C. H. C. Wright; Pay- 
master, Lieut. F. B. Kenrick; Musketry Officer, Captain V. E. Hender- 
son; Signalling Officer, Lieut. R. H. Hopkins, 45th Regt., attached; 
Battalion Sergeant-Major, J. F. Christie; Quarter-Master Sergeant, 
W. Hunt. 

Nine companies were first authorised, but three more were added 
before Christmas. They were arranged according to Faculties and 
Colleges: — ^A. and B., University College (with Knox), Captains G. H. 
Needier and M. W. Wallace; C. and D., Victoria, Captains C. Y. Massey 
and G. M. Smith; E., Trinity, Wycliffe and St. Michael's, Captain E. J. 
Kylie; F. and G., Medicine, Captains E. S. Ryerson and W. F. Mc- 
Phedran; H., L and K., Applied Science (with Forestry), Captains C. R. 
Young, A. W. McConnell, and H. H. Madill; L., Dental College, Captain 
\\ E. Henderson; M., Education and McMaster University, Captain W. 
S. Wallace. In the companies were also twenty-three subalterns drawn 
partly from the teaching staff, partly from the student body. 



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Through the Michaelmas term the usual courses of first training and 
mutual instruction were taken, and lectures were given by the senior 
officers. The weather was unusually fine throughout and a number of 
successful field days were held on Saturdays. On January 22nd, 19 15, 
H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught held the first inspection of the Corps. 
The arrangements had to be made on short notice and the Corps had 
only begun battalion drill a few days before. Despite the brief practice 
and the confined space of the Armouries the 1,500 men on parade ac- 
quitted themselves well and were highly commended by the Governor 
General. On April loth and 13th the Corps was inspected by the Officer 
Commanding the Military District and 1,359 were declared efficient. 
Already the numbers were diminishing owing to enlistments for overseas 
service. 

On May 3rd 709 members of the Corps went into camp for twelve 
days at Niagara-on-the-Lake. The camp was held in conjunction with 
the McGill o.t.c, and was commanded by the late Lt.-Col. W. C. 
Macdonald. As the period was short the men were kept hard at work 
on the camp grounds or at the rifle ranges with but little intermission 
till late in the day, and on some evenings lectures were given. On May 
1 2th a tactical exercise was carried out against a skeleton force. May 
13th was given to ceremonial. In the morning the movements were 
rehearsed before Major-General Lessard, and in the afternoon both 
contingents were reviewed by h.r.h. the Governor General. On the 
14th a tactical exercise was carried out on a larger scale in conjunction 
with the McGill Corps and the Ridley College Cadets. The day con- 
cluded with a brief inspection by the Minister of Militia. The written 
work for Certificate 'a' had been taken in April, and the practical exam- 
inations were held in the camp. 153 candidates passed, nearly all of 
whom went on active service immediately afterwards. 

1915-1916 

At the opening of the next session 640 old members returned and 
1,141 recruits were enrolled. Some changes were made to fill vacancies 
among the officers. Major Mc\'icar and Captain Ryerson having left 
in the spring with the University Hospital, Major LePan became Second 
in command, and Captain L. Gilchrist took command of F. Company. 
Captain C. N, Cochrane took charge of the Victoria College companies, 
as Captain Massey was now on the District Musketry Staff and Captain 
Smith was overseas. Licuts, G. S. Brett and \V. E. Willmott succeeded 
Captains Kylie and Henderson respectively when the latter went on 
active service. Captain F. B. Kenrick became Musketry Officer, and 
Mr. T. A. Reed was appointed Paymaster and Assistant Adjutant, 



xl UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

taking charge of the Orderly Room work and all the Corps records. An 
additional company was authorised under the command of Captain A. 
Foulds and later of Lieut. N. M. Macleod, and was recruited from 
graduates and others in the city. A large number of men from the Ontario 
\^eterinary College joined I. Company, which was commanded by 
Captain Kenrick after Captain McConnell went on active service, 
'Some members of the teaching staff had enlisted in the previous year. 
Now many more joined and half of K. Company became known as the 
'Staff Platoon'. 

The usual training was carried out through the session, and at the 
end of the year 125 members obtained proficiency certificates. At the 
annual Inspection 949 were on parade, the Corps having lost nearly half 
its numbers through enlistments for overseas during the session. At the 
end of 1915 the first draft of C.o.t.c. candidates for commissions in 
the Imperial Army had left. After the Overseas Training Company was 
organised at the end of of the session the work of training these candi- 
dates was transferred to it and will be described in the next section. 

" 1916-1917 

By the end of the summer of 1916 nearly all the higher officers were 
on duty elsewhere. Col. Lang was on the General Staff of the District. 
Major Massey was in command of the District School of Musketry, and 
Captain Cochrane was on its staff. Captains Needier and Wallace were 
in charge of the Overseas Training Company, Captains McConnell 
and Gilchrist had gone overseas. Major LePan, was in command of 
the District School of Infantry, and Captains Bramlitt, Young, Kenrick, 
and Madill were on the Instructional cadre. Later Major LePan 
organised and trained the Polish Army at Niagara in the years 1917 and 
1918, sending in all 20,720 Poles overseas. Associated with him from the 
University were Captains Young, Kenrick, Madill and Kirk. 

Owing to the reduced attendance in College the Corps was reorganised 
on a much smaller scale, the enrolment being now 524, mostly freshmen, 
and the training was carried on by the junior officers. Special Signalling 
classes were arranged for those who had previously taken the ordinary 
courses. 

1917-1918 

The Government grants to Militia units having been suspended, the 
Corps in one sense ceased to operate for the last year of the war. But 
its machinery and equipment were used for the training of the students 
who were now taking courses under the new compulsory scheme mentioned 
before. The actual instruction of the men, however, was given for the 



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most part by returned N.c.o.'s and members of the Army Gymnastic 
staff, under the supervision of Captain Blake-Forster, formerly of the 
3rd Battahon, and special attention was paid to physical training. At 
the same time the life of the Corps was, as it were, being continued 
in the Training Company whose work is shortly to be described. 

Since the close of the war the Corps has been reorganised on a reduced • 
establishment to suit peace time conditions, and its work has been fitted 
in with that of the Department of Military Studies. Naturally its 
numbers are still small, when so large a proportion of the men now in 
attendance are already qualified by overseas service. But as time goes 
by each new generation will supply its quota of recruits to become ofificers 
in the Militia, and the Corps may look forward to a future of increasing 
usefulness in the service of the countr3\ 



THE UNIVERSITY OVERSEAS TRAINING COMPANY 

The beginnings of the Company antedate its ofificial authorisation by 
three months. In December 1915 it was announced that the War Ofifice 
would accept as caadidates for commissions in the Imperial Army mem- 
bers of the C.O.T.C., and others of like qualifications, who should be 
nominated by the Commanding Officer of the Corps and be approved 
by the Chief of the General Staff in Canada. The first candidates were 
selected after personal interviews by Major-General Willoughby Gwat- 
kin and left Toronto on the last day of the year. A second draft 
was chosen in February 1916. 

In March 1916 the establishment of an Overseas Training Company 
of the c.o.T.c. was authorised. It was to be a unit of the c.e.f., and 
its members were liable to be called on for service in any unit or 
rank by the Canadian authorities; but subject to this condition it was 
arranged that all candidates for Imperial commissions should from then 
onwards receive their preliminary training in the Company. Officers of 
other units wishing to apply first joined the ranks of the Company. 

Professor G. H. Needier, who as a student of l^niversity College 
had seen service in the North West in 1885, was appointed Commanding 
Officer. Professor M. W. Wallace was Second in command, and the 
subalterns were Messrs H. A. C. Brculs, L. R. Sh'oebottom, and H. W. 
Reid, undergraduates of the University. A. L. Huethcr became 
Company Sergeant-Major, and G. W. Kaiser Compan\- Quarter-Master 
Sergeant. J. P. S. Nethercott, \'. W. Armstrong, T. If. Jameson, 
T. W. G, Ashbourne, and the latr IL W. M. Cimiming were the first 
Sergeants. 



xlii UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Only members of this and other Universities or those who had 
equivalent educational standing were accepted. Recruits came from 
all parts of Canada and some from further afield in the Empire. Not a 
few were British residents in the United States. The members of the 
Company took the regular training required for ofhcers of the C.E.F., 
and many took the qualifying examinations at the District School of 
Infant^v^ Though on arrival in England the candidates for commissions 
had to take further courses and examinations, their previous training 
often enabled them to shorten the courses and many passed their final 
examinations with distinction. From time to time groups were sent to 
take courses in bayonet-fighting, bombing, machine gun work, etc., at 
the special schools at Camp Borden and elsewhere. The men left the 
Company after an average of eight months' training for various destina- 
tions. Some became ofhcers or N.c.o's in the Canadian units that were 
being raised in 1916 and 1917. Others joined the Royal Flying Corps 
or the Royal Naval Air Service, especially in the earlier days before the 
Fl^^ing School was established in Toronto. Others were sent temporarily 
or transferred permanently as Instructors to other units in the Military 
District, such as the Polish Army at Niagara. In the spring of 1918 the 
First Canadian Universities' Tank Battalion was raised. Nearly the 
whole of the Toronto Company, which was commanded by Major 
Wilfrid Mavor, .M.C., and ofiicered by members of the University, was 
recruited from the Training Company. The battalion went overseas in 
June, and with its training completed was about to cross to France, when 
the Armistice was signed. 

But the largest group was made up of those who were chosen for 
Imperial commissions. They were only accepted after careful selection. 
They were first recommended by the Officer Commanding the Company 
and were then examined by Col. W. R. Lang. If approved by him each 
candidate was required to have a personal interview with General 
Gwatkin, and only when his final approval was obtained was the applicant 
accepted. General Gwatkin took great personal interest in the work of 
the Company throughout and came to Toronto for the final selection 
of each draft. In all 334 candidates from ths Company were sent over 
and the last draft was on its way overseas when the war ended.' 

The total enrolment of the Company was 1,053 men, who were 
eventually distributed as follows:— to Im.perial commissions 334; to 
the Flying Services 118; c.e.f. commissions 73; C.E.F., N.c.o's and other 
ranks 53 ; to the Tank Battalion 201 ; to the Siberian Expeditionary Force 
31; miscellaneous 24; discharged medically unfit 33; discharged on de- 
mobilisation 184. Two members died while on service in the Company. 

^In addition 87 candidates for these commis?ions went overseas before the Company 
was fully organised, making a total of 421 from the C.O.T.C 



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Major Needier and Captain Wallace remained in charge of the Com- 
pany throughout. When the first subalterns went overseas early in 1917 
two of the Sergeants were promoted to succeed them, T. H. Jameson 
and J. P. S. Nethercott. When later these were appointed to the Tank 
Battalion, Lieuts. G. V. Laughton, m.c, P. K. Heywood and W. W. 
Lang, members of the University who had returned from overseas, took 
their places. After A. L. Huether went overseas in the spring of 1917, 
the Company Sergeant-Majors in succession were S. Butt, J. P. Hender- 
son, and F. W. Uden, d.C.M., formerly of the 58th Battalion. 

During the two years and seven months of its history the Company, 
with an average strength of 150, lived in barracks at Burwash Hall and 
trained in the University grounds, thus retaining a close connection 
with the University throughout. This book contains the personal 
records of only those who were before enlistment members of the Uni- 
versity or have become such since their return. But there were many 
others who, though not academically University of Toronto men, in 
many ways shared its life for a time, and the University is not unmind- 
ful of or ungrateful for the part which they played while bearing its 
name both here and at the front. 



THE 67th BATTERY, CANADIAN FIELD ARTILLERY 

When the question of raising a combatant unit from the University 
was discussed early in 1916, it appeared that most of those who wished 
to enlist in the ranks preferred the Artillery. Accordingly the 67th, 
University of Toronto, Battery was authorised, and recruiting began on 
March 29th. In two or three weeks it reached full strength, almost all 
the recruits being students or graduates. Later the proportion of actual 
members of the University to those drawn from other sources was not 
so large, but of the latter class many had University connections and 
some have entered as students since their return. The Battery retained 
its connection with the University throughout, and it was enacted that 
its officers should be graduates and their nominations approved by the 
President. 

The first recruits were disappointed to learn that it was to be a 
depot battery, and consequently that they could not go to France as 
a unit. But while serving in it College friends and associates were 
enabled to live and work together, often for several months. After 
going overseas the men of the successive drafts were distributed among 
various front line units, but as a rule each man found with him a few 
comrades who had trained with him in Canada. 

The first (\jmniandcr of the Battcrv was I.icnt. W. I. 'I'. Wright, son 



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of Professor C. H. C. Wright, and himself a graduate and a member of 
the staff. The initial work of recruiting and training the unit was done 
under his direction. Except for a part of the summer of 1916, when 
Captain E. P. Johnston was in command, Lieut. Wright was in charge 
of the Battery for nearly a year. Associated with him at first were 
Lieuts. J. Newton, a former Captain of the University Football team, 
and W. Bowles, son of the Chancellor of Victoria College. 

The first draft of fifty men left for overseas on June 15th under the 
late Lieut. J. J. Campbell, who had enlisted as a gunner and then been 
promoted. The second draft, also of fifty men, left on July 12th with 
Lieut. Bowles in charge. Early in August the Battery went to Niagara 
for training and at the end of the month to Petawawa, where it remained 
till the late fall. Before it returned to Toronto another draft, of 96 
men, left for overseas under Lieuts. Newton and H. Irwin. Through 
the winter of 1916-1917 the unit trained at Exhibition Camp. Lieut. 
Wright took a draft overseas in February, and Lieut. J. L. McCullough 
another in the spring. " 

The new Commander of the Battery was Captain R. J. Orde of 
Trinity College, who had enlisted in August 19 14 and had served as an 
officer in the R.f.a. in France and Mesopotamia until he was invalided 
home. He remained in charge through the summer of 1917, but was 
then forced to resign by ill health. He was succeeded by Captain H. E. 
Cawley, of Trinity College and Applied Science, who also had enlisted 
in August 1 9 14 and served in France for a year and a half. He had 
received his commission on the field after the battle of St. Julien, and 
continued to serve till he was wounded at the battle of Zillebeke. He 
remained in command of the unit until the end of the war. 

Further drafts were sent over, in the summer of 191 7 under Lieut. 
C. Eraser Elliott, in November 1917 under Lieut. H. D. Wallace, and in 
March 191 8 under Lieut. R. W. Hart. Smaller drafts also left from time 
to time. In the summer of 1918 Lieuts. R. D. Huestis, D. Huycke, 
and Gordon Lees, all of whom had been invalided home from France, 
joined the Battery. In September the Battery and the others of its 
brigade, Nos. 69, 70 a^nd 71, were merged in No. 2 Artillery Depot. 
From this the Second Canadian Tank Battalion was raised and went 
overseas in the autumn. 

1 he efficiency of a depot unit, where changes of personnel are frequent, 
depends in no small measure on its more permjanent n.c.o.'s ap well as 
on its officers. From the summer of 1916 A. E. Jennings was Battery 
Sergeaht-Major. When he obtained his commission in 191 8 he was 
succeeded by b. s. m. Frank Pritchard. The Battery Quarter-Master 
Sergeants in succession were A. J. Lougheed, H. J. Vallentyne, and P. J. 
Avison. Sergeants P. F. Mdntyre, G. M. Shrum, P. S. McLean, and 



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the late J. W. McDowell did valuable work in the first year before they 
went overseas. The Orderly Room Sergeants were H. Waugh and 
Stua^-t MacDorsald, and, after they went overseas, W. H. McDowell. 
Sergeants H. Nightingale and A. C. Garwood were with the unit 
during 1917 and 1918. A. Blyth was Pay Sergeant from March 1916 to 
November 1918, and the writer is indebted to him for several details 
of the Battery's history. 

The 67th was the only Artillery ujiit that wais officially connected 
with the University and it alone is described in detail here. Three other 
batteries, however, will always be associated in memory with the Uni- 
versity. In the records that follow the 25th, 26th, and 43rd Batteries 
occur frequently. The first two were raised in March 191 5, and a section 
of each was recruited for the most part here. They reached France in 
January 1916. The 25th served through the war to the end. The 26th 
was broken up in the spring of 191 7, and its members transferred mostly 
to the 17th or i8th Batteries. The 43rd was raised early in 1916 and 
reached France in July and served as a unit at the front for two and a 
half years. Not a few University men remained with these batteries 
throughout. 

THE UNIVERSITIES COMPANIES, PRINCESS PATRICIA'S CANADIAN 

LIGHT INFANTRY 

Early in 1915 the Regiment had been in action and was in need of 
reinforcements. Being originally recruited from various parts of the 
Dominion and not being a territorial unit, it had no special source from 
which reinforcements could be quickly raised. To meet the need an 
Overseas Company, temporarily attached to the 38th Battalion, was 
raised in McGill University from its own students and those of other 
Colleges with their friends, and began training in Montreal under Captain 
Gregor Barclay. In May this unit came with the McGill c.o.t.c. to 
Niagara Camp, where the University of Toronto Corps was also com- 
pleting its year's training. It had already been proposed that all the 
Universities of Canada should officially co-operate in this movement, and 
a second company of like character had been authorised. Before the 
camp closed it was definitely arranged that the University of Toronto 
C.O.T.C. should join in raising men, two of its officers being chosen to 
command platoons in the Company, Lieut. G. M. Smith and the late 
Lieut. D. G. Hagarty. Recruiting began at once in Niagara and was 
continued in Toronto. The Company mobilised in Montreal, the recruits 
going there as soon as attested. They were quartered in the McGill 
Union and used the College grounds for training. Enlistment was 



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not confined to University men, but only those of a like educational 
standing were accepted. Those in the ranks were all men of the same 
t\-pe and able to learn the work quickly. Congenial companionship 
and the opportunity of reaching the front in a short time proved strong 
incentives to enlistment. 

The First Company had gone overseas in May, and on June 28th the 
Second Company sailed from Montreal under the command of Capt. 
George McDonald and the late Capt. Percival Molson of McGill, both 
of whom had done much to initiate the whole effort. Their fine spirit 
proved both in Canada and in Flanders a great inspiration to all with 
whom they worked. 

The raising of the first two Companies had been so immediately suc- 
cessful that it was agreed to continue the plan, and during the remainder 
of 1915 and part of 1916 the Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Companies 
were raised. Till he himself went on active service, the late Captain 
Edward Kylie acted as recruiting officer for the University of Toronto. 
The training of the companies was carried on at Montreal under the 
command of Major A. S. Eve, and later of Major C. M. McKergow, 
both members of the McGill teaching staff. The University of Toronto 
officers chosen for these later units were the late Lieut. J. R. Mitchener, 
and Lieuts. H. W. Cheney, C. C. Robinson, P. K. Heywood and A. B. 
Fennell. 

The First Company had gone to France in July 1915, and the men 
of the Second followed after only nine weeks' training. Those of the 
Third and Fourth went over early in 1916; those of the Fifth and Sixth 
went with the reinforcements after the battle of Sanctuary Wood. In 
that battle the Regiment's personnel was largely that of the Universities 
Companies. In the battalion itself the men were distributed where 
they were needed and the Companies lost their identity, but many who 
had enlisted and trained together were not separated in the trenches. 

In all over 1,400 men were recruited from or through the Universities 
of Canada for the Regiment and shared in its work and fame at Sanctuary 
Wood, Courcelette, Vimy, Lens and Passchendaele. By the opening 
of 1 9 18 but few of those recruited from this source were left in the 
ranks. Many had fallen on the field; others had been wounded or' 
invalided; some had been transferred to other units. Several won 
their commissions in the Regiment by service on the field. Of those 
that remained some were killed in the later fighting of that year, one 
of the last to fall being Sergt. M. Douglas Schell. A few w^ere destined 
to reach Mons on November nth, and to return to Ottawa, where the 
Regiment was demobilised on March 17th, 1919. 



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IT is, perhaps, more difficult to estimate aright the services rendered by 
an institution than those of individuals through a time of stress and 
trial. In giving the records of the men who fell in action or bore wound 
stripes or won decorations, and of all those whose names are in this 
Roll of Service, it is not easy to determine the precise share that their 
Alma Mater may claim in their fame. Yet if to her they brought great 
honour, without vain boasting it may be said that to them she gave 
something of value. The training which they received here was a pre- 
paration for the work that lay before them. 

Many of those who went and many who remained will acknowledge 
that to all those who guided the University's destinies here they owe 
much for an example of personal service, for words of wise counsel, for 
encouragement in despondency, for sympathy in sorrow through the 
darkest days. 

Any attempt to characterise the spirit of the University as shewn 
through these years is difficult. But something may be learnt from 
letters received from the front or from those who suffered loss. The 
writer has read many a letter sent home by a University man when 
another, his fellow student in arms, fell in action — from whom sometimes 
he himself was destined to be not long divided in death. They reveal 
how happy both were in their friendship, and happier because it w^as 
formed or continued within these walls. 

Those also who suffered loss have something to tell us, lest in later 
days we should forget. From many letters of a like spirit these passages 
are chosen. They were written by a young widow, herself a graduate, 
by a graduate father who lost two student sons, and by two other fathers, 
one of whom also gave both his sons in the cause : — 

"I think we all feel that we must, in whatever way we can, pass on 
the high ideals of our men to those who come after. For so many of 
them there are no children to 'carry on', and the coming University 
students must be made to feel that they are their spiritual children." 

"I want to thank the University authorities for their unfailing kind- 
ness to my three sons during their courses in the University. I am sure 
they were grateful, and could the latter two now tell you, they would 
say that the noble ideals which inspired their lives to the very last were 
in great part due to the high motives that have characterised the work 
of the University." 

"We who loved him hoped that his life would bring glory to his 
University; little did we think it would be by a glorious death. We are 
greatly comforted and consoled at this time by the generous praise and 



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affection expressed in letters from his many friends. As for your letter, 
we appreciate it, not less, but all the more that it is from a stranger. 
It seems to me there is one thing, among many, this war has tausght 
us — that spnpathy and understanding are the real bond of friendship, 
that this is not limited to one's relatives, but that those who share a 
like spirit ^^^th us are our kinsmen." 

"The University of Toronto has indeed a sad but glorious record of 
the war in its exceedingly long Roll of Honour. The work of the 
Universities, not only in Canada but throughout all English speaking 
countries, in training their alumni in those ideals of sacrifice to duty which 
sent them forth as leaders in distant fields should never be lost sight 
of; and perhaps those long sad Rolls will play an important part in the 
welding together of our people for centuries to come. In peace, as in 
war, one people!" 



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Killed in Action 

or 
Died on Service 



— 1 



]N Flanders fields the poppies blov? 

Between the crosses, ro^ on rov?, 
TKat mark our place; and in tKe sky 
The larks, still bra<)ely singing, Pj) 

Scarce heard amid the guns below. 

We are the Dead. Short Aa^s ago 
We li\)ed, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, 
Lo\)ed and were loA^ed, and now we lie, 
In Flanders fields. 

Take up our quarrel with the foe: 
To you from failing hanas we throw • 

The torch; be yours to hold it high. 

If ye break faith with us who die 
We shall not sleep, though poppies grox^' 
In Flanders fields. 

John McCrae. 



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ERIC MONTAGUE ABENDANA July lo, 1892— Oct. 16, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Sen of J. M. Abendana; b. Port Antonio, Jamaica; ed. St. Andrew's College; 
Applied Science, 1900-14, B.A.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Theta Delta Chi;^St. Mary's Cement Co. 

He was appointed to the Canadian Engineers in January 1916, and went overseas 
with the 4th Divisional Engineers the following June. In England he was seconded 
for duty under the War Office in charge of the construction of aerodromes. On rejoining 
the Engineers, 14th Field Company, he went to France in the spring of 1918, and was 
transferred to the 2nd Battalion, C.E., in July. Three months later he died of pleurisy 
at No. 4 Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Duisans, Etrun. 

COLEMAN BOYD ADAMS June 13, 1895— Aug. 15, 1917 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

Son of James H. Adams; b. Hanover; ed. Hanover P.s., Owen Sound c.i.; Victoria 
College, 1912-15; College Rugby and Hockey teams; c.o.T.C; 31st Regt., Lieut. 

In October 1915 he was appointed to the 147th, Grey County, Battalion, and 
went overseas in November 1916. At the end of the year he joined the 1st Battalion in 
France. He served through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the following engagements 
before Lens. On the day of the capture of Hill 70 he was returning from the front lines 
after the advance, when a shell struck, instantly killing him and the Corporal who was 
with him. Buried at Bully-Grenay. 

JOSEPH REGINALD ADAMS June 9, 1896— Nov. 26, 1917 

Private, Eighth Battalion. 

Son of the Rev. G. K. B. Adams; b. Toronto; ed. Brantford P.s., Victoria, B.C., 
P. s., and H.S., Winnipeg H.S.; Wesley College, Winnipeg; Victoria College, 1912-16, b.a., 
(Pol. Sc); College Rugby, Hockey, Tennis teams; C.O.T.C. 

In February 1916, he was appointed as Lieutenant to the 141st Battalion. When 
later the number of officers was reduced he reverted to the ranks and thence won his 
promotion to Company Sergeant-Major before the battalion went overseas in April 
191 7. To reach France he again reverted to Private and joined the 8th Battalion in 
June. After service before Lens through the summer, he was severely wounded at 
Passchendaele on November nth, a shell bursting near by just as his section had 
reached its objective. Two weeks later he died in hospital at Etaples, and was buried 
in the British cemetery there. 

WILLIAM HARVEY AGGETT April 25, 1895— Nov. 6, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of John T. Aggett; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale P.s., Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; 
Applied Science, 1913-15; Second Rugby and Hockey colours; c.o.t.c. 

In March 191 5, with a large number of University men, he enlisted in the 25th 
Battery, 7th Brigade, c.f.a., and went overseas in July. After transferring in England 
to the 23rd Howitzer Battery, 5th Brigade, he went to France in January 1916, and 
served in this unit on the Messines front and then through the battles of St. Eloi and 
Zillcbeke — Mount Sorrel. In July he was wounded in the knee and fractured his 
ankle at Armcntiercs. On his recovery he received his commission in the 4th Infantry 
Battalion, with which he served at Vimy and through the fighting before Lens and 
liiil 70. At Passchendaele he was instantly killed while leading his platoon forward 
from Bellevue Spur to reinforce the 1st Battalion. Buried west of Passchendaele. 



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JAMES DOUGLAS AIKEN May 27, 1890— Nov. 9, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery. 

Son of the late J. H. Aiken; b. Cape Town, S-. Africa; ed. St. Mary's p.s., London 
P.s. andc.i.; Medicine, 191 1-12; Forestry, 1912-16, B.sc.F.; C.O.T.C. 

He left Canada on January ist, 1916, with the first draft of c.o.x.c. candidates for 
Imperial commissions. After training with the R. Horse Artillery, he reached France 
in February and was attached to a Trench Mortar Battery of the R. Field Artillery, 
14th Di\ision. In April he was mentioned in Divisional Report for his efficient work. 
He served near Arras until August, when he was invalided for a month. He then 
rejoined his battery on the Somme front. Shortly after its return to the Arras front 
he died from injuries received in a premature explosion while the battery was in action. 
Buried at Arras. 

FREDERICK STANLEY ALBRIGHT March 23, 1883— Oct. 26, 1917 

Private, Fiftieth Battalion. 

Son of J. D. Albright; b. South Cayuga; ed. Beamsville p.s.. Model School; 
Victoria College, 1904-08, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Hodgins Prize; Editor, 'Acta Victoriana'; 
Law course in Calgary; Thompson Prize; Barrister at Calgary, firm of Clarke, Carson, 
Macleod & Co.; Lecturer in Law at Calgarj' for University of Alberta; md. Evelyn 
Kelly, D.A. 

He had already won a prominent position in civil life, but though a higher rank 
was open to him, he chose to enlist as a Private, hoping to induce others to do the same. 
In June 1916 he joined the 191st Battalion and took an active part in recruiting for it. 
He was promoted Sergeant in October. After reverting, in September 1917 to the 
rank of Private, he joined the 50th Battalion in France. A few weeks later he was 
killed in the battle of Passchendaele. For six days his platoon held the line in a badly 
exposed position, from which only a few returned alive. Buried at Passchendaele. 

HUBERT GORDON ALLAN April 22, 1886— April 7, 191 5 

Lieutentnt, y.m.c.a., b.e.f. 

Son of J. A. Allan, K.c; b. Perth; ed. Perth c.i.; University College, 1905-09, d. a. 
(Eng. and Hist. — CI.); M..\., 1913; Third Year President; Secretary, University 

Y.M.C.A. 

He was taking a b.d. course at Edinburgh when the war began. He went to 
France in December with the British y.m.c.a., having previously offered himself for 
service with the regular forces. After more than three months of very hard work in 
the Dieppe — Le Treport area he was taken suddenly ill and died two days later. Buried 
at Le Treport. 

HENRY HAROLD ALLEN Sept. 30, 1878— June 17, 191 3 

Corporal, Eighty-first Battalion. 

Son of Henry Allen; b. Stayner; ed. Stayner p.s.; Trinity College, 1903-05, b.a. 
(Hist, and Pol. Sc); m.a., McMaster University; b.d. Queen's University; Presby- 
terian Minister at Aurora; md. Hannah Freeman Carruthers. 

In September 1915 he enlisted in the Stretcher-bearer section of the 8ist Battalion, 
and went overseas in April 1916. Shortly after arriving at Shorncliffe he died suddenly 
in Moore Barracks Hopsital. Buried at Shorncliffe. 

SAMUEL HALL ALLEN March 17, 1892— Oct. 12, 1917 

Lieutenant, Ninety-seventh Battalion and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Alexander W. Allen; b. Port Huron, Mich.; ed. Wallaceburg p.s. and H.s., 

Harbord Street C.I. , Toronto; University College, 1913-15; c.o.t.c. 



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Early in 1915 he enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery, and later obtained a 
commission in the 97th Battalion. He went overseas in October 1916, and after 
serving for a time as instructor in bombing at Shorncliffe, transferred to the R. Flying 
Corps. He reached France in July 1917 and joined the 57th Squadron. Shortly 
afterwards he was injured in a crash, his machine controls having been shot away. 
Not long after his return to duty he was reported as missing. He had flown over the 
lines and failed to return. Later a German report stated that he had been killed on 
October 12th and was buried at Roslaere. 

THOMAS WILLIAM EDWARD ALLEN July 25, 1890— June 13, 1917 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Sen of the Rev. Canon William C. Allen; b. Millbrook; ed. Trinity College School; 
Teaching at Lakefield Preparatory School; Trinity College, 1907-08. 

He enlisted in the West in July 1916 with the 6th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., 
and joined the battalion in France early in 1917. He served with the Lewis-gun section 
through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the subsequent fighting. On the night of June 
I2th, when returning with a water party to the front line, he was fatally wounded by a 
shell and died in No. 7 Casualty Clearing Station early the next morning. Buried at 
Noeux-les-Mines. 

ELTON CULBERT ALLIN Nov. 24, 1886— May 10, 1917 

Lieutenant, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of the late J. L. Allin; b. Bowmanville; ed. Lindsay p.s. and c.i.; Victoria 
College, 1906-09, 1910-11; Law Student at Regina, firm of Barr, Sampson & Stewart; 
md. Annie M. Cross. 

In May 19 16 he was appointed to the 203rd Battalion and went overseas in 
October. He joined the 44th Battalion in France on May 1st, 1917. Ten days later, 
when his battalion was preparing for the attack on the Triangle, he was killed by a shell 
near Givenchy as he was going up to the front line to relieve a wounded officer. Buried 
at Villers-au-Bois. 

JOHN OLIVER ALLISON Oct. 8, 1891— May 15, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixty-second Battalion and Royal Air Force. 

Son of Joseph Allison; b. Maxwell; ed. Maxwell p.s. and H.s.; Medicine, 1914-16; 

C.O.T.C. 

In May 1916 he was appointed to the 162nd Battalion as Signalling Officer. 
He was seconded to the R. Flying Corps in England, and after service in Egypt reached 
Mesopotamia in the summer of 1917. He was killed in the air at Altun Kupri on the 
Lesser Zab, while flying over the enemy's lines, after he had volunteered to take the 
Colonel of the Mapping Section with him in order to obtain important information' 
regarding the Turkish dispositions. After his death it was announced that the Military 
Cross and Bar had been awarded to him for good service rendered earlier in the cam- 
paign in carrying out raids at low altitudes over the enemy's forces. 

WILLIAM GEORGE AMSDEN March 23, 1888— Aug. 8, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of Lionel G. Amsden; b. Detroit; ed. St. Alban's School; Applied Science, 
1906-10, B. A. sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); Librarian, Engineering Society; c.P.R. Engineer- 
ing Staff; Consolidated Optical Co.; I2th Rcgt., Lieut. 

In June 1916 he was appointed Lieutenant in the 220th Battalion. He joined the 
4th Battalion in France on the Lens front in November, 1917. Early in the morning on 
the first day of the battle of .'\micns, near Cayeux, he was in command of a first-wa\e 



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platoon. When owing to the hea\y mist the battalion partially lost its direction, he 
undertook the difficult and dangerous task of discovering the line of advance by 
taking a compass bearing and following it over broken ground and under heavy fire 
through the mist. Not long after he had successfully brought his battalion back to the 
right direction he was killed by a machine gun bullet. For his service, had he lived, 
he would have been recommended for a decoration. Buried at Ignaucourt. 

ARTHUR STUART ANDERSON May i6, 1889— June 2, 1916 
Lance-Corporal, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 
Son of the late Rev. John Anderson; b. Peterborough; ed. Peterborough p.s. and 
C.I.; Scholarship; Applied Science, 1909-13. B-A.sc. (Mech. Eng.— Hon); Psi Delta 
Psi; IngersoU Rand Co., Sherbrooke, P.Q.; City Works Dept., Toronto. 

In June 191 5 he enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p. p.c.l.i., and reached 
the front in August. He served on the Somme-Amiens front during the autumn, and 
through the winter in the Kemmel area till March, when the battalion, now part of the 
3rd Canadian Division, moved into the Ypres Salient. He was recommended for a 
commission in May, but before he could leave the battle of Sanctuary Wood began. 
During the bombardment he was killed by a shell which destroyed the front line dug- 
out in which he had volunteered to remain. 

CHARLES LAIDLAW ANDERSON Sept. 21, 1896— June 2, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Thomas L. Anderson; b. Port Hope; ed. Peterborough p.s. and c.i.; 
Forestry, 1914-15. 

In September 1915 he enlisted in the 33rd Battery, c.f.a., and transferred to the 
4th Universities Company, P. p.c.l.i., in November, going overseas shortly afterwards. 
After a brief service with the battalion on the Flanders front, he was killed while on 
sentry duty on the morning of the battle of Sanctuary Wood. 

FREDERICK JOHN ANDERSON March 14, 1886— Oct. 28, 1917 

Lieutenant, Eighty-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Frank Anderson; b. Niagara Falls, Ont.; ed. Niagara Falls p.s. and c.i.; 
Applied Science, 1903-07, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); City Engineer, Niagara Falls. 

In November 1915 he was appointed to the 98th Battalion, and went overseas 
in July 1916. A year later he joined the 85th, Nova Scotia Highlanders, Battalion in 
France, for which unit he served as Works Officer in the Lens area. At Passchendaele 
his company had just arrived to take over the line in preparation for an attack. They 
found that the battalion which they were to relieve had been compelled to fall back 
before the enemy. The company counter-attacked and recaptured the line. He was 
instantly killed when leading his men just as the objective was won. 

WILFRED BISSELL ANDREW June 4, 1896— Feb. 12, 1918 

Lieutenant, Thirty-third Battalion and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Harry A. Andrew; b. Chatham; ed. Chatham p.s. and c.i.; Applied Science, 
1913-15: C.O.T.C. 

In December 191 5 he was appointed Signalling Officer to the 33rd Battalion. 
From May 1916 to June 1917 he was instructor in signalling to the 39th, 6th 
and I2th Reserve Battalions in England. He then joined the R. Flying Corps, and 
received his wings at the end of the year. He went to France in Jaunary 1918, being 
attached as bomber to the 55th Squadron on the Nancy front. A month later he was 
killed in action, his machine crashing after being over the enemy's lines. Buried at 
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FREDERICK CHARLES ANDREWS Oct. 7, 1889— March 16, 1915 

Lieutenant, Leinster Regiment. 

Son of the late Charles H. Andrews; b. Toronto; ed. Givens Street p.s., Toronto, 
St. Andrew's College; Applied Science, 1910-14, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng.- — Hon.); Canadian 
Copper Co., Copper Cliff. 

In October 1914 he went overseas and was appointed to the 2nd Leinster Regi- 
ment. After only six weeks of training he reached France and on Christmas night 
first went into the trenches. During the following weeks he served in the severest 
weather on the Armentieres front, at a time when the British forces were largely out- 
numbered and the battalions could but seldom be relieved. After the battle of Neuve 
Chapelle the trench lines on either side became broken and confused. He had been 
cut at night with a party digging a new trench between the lines, and was returning in 
the dusk of dawn, when he was hit by a shot fired in error by the sentry of another 
battalion and died an hour later. Buried at Ferme Buterne, near Armentieres. His 
Commanding Officer wrote that, had he lived, he would have been recommended for 
the Military Cross for his courage in lying out all night between the lines with several 
wounded men. 

GORDON STEWART ANDREWS March 22, 1888— Nov. 18, 1915 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Walter S. Andrews; b. Torcnto; ed. privately; Trinity College, 1906-10, 
B.A. (Classics); Edward Blake Schol.; Editor, 'Trinity Review'; Staff, Toronto 'Mail 
and Empire'. 

In the autumn of 1915 he obtained a commission in the 33rd Battery, c.f.a. Short- 
ly afterwards he was accidentally killed v/hile in training at Kingston. 

WILBUR FAWCETT ANNIS Feb. 14, 1895— May 4, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Levi Edward Annis; b. Scarborough; ed. Scarborough p.s., Riverdale c.l., 
Toronto; Victoria College, 1915-16; 20th Regt., Lieut. 

At the end of his first term he was appointed to the 76th Battalion and went over- 
seas in September 19 16. The next month he joined the 58th Battalion in France. 
Being wounded near Vimy in December he was invalided to England, and on his re- 
covery- was seconded to the R. Flying Corps. He returned to Canada at the end of 
19 1 7 and was appointed to the Instructional staff as Flight-Commander. He was 
fatally injured in an accident while in the performance of his duties, and died in the 
hospital in Camp Borden. 

ANDREW WILLIAM ARCHIBALD Feb. 4, 1892— April 4, 1917 

Private, Fourteenth Machine Gun Company. 

Son of Andrew Archiljald; b. Hibbert Tp., Perth Cy.; ed. Tuckersmith P.S., 
Seaforth c.i.; Hon. Faculty Entrance, 1909; Teaching in Hullett and McKillop Tps., 
Huron Cy.; Education, 191 1 -12; Teaching at Zurich and Dufferin P.s., Toronto. 

In April 1915 he enlisted in the 35th Battalion, Machine Gun Section. The 
following January he joined the i8th Battalion in France, and in that unit served 
in the Ypres area and at St. Eloi and the Somme. In the latter battle he was wounded 
on October 19th. Early in 1918 he transferred to the 14th Machine Gun Company. 
He was killed by shrapnel a few days before the battle of \'imy Ridge. Buried at 
Ecoivres, Mont St. Eloi. 

WILLIAM LIND ARGO April 19, 1890— Oct. 17, 1918 
Captain, I'nitcd States Chemical Warfare Service. 
Son of the Rev. James Argo; b. Nerval; ed. Wingham U.S.; L'nivcrsity College 



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1907-11, B.A. (Chem. and Min.); A. T. Fulton Schol., 1908, Edward Blake Schol., 1909, 
Daniel Wilson Schol., 1910; Treasurer, U.C, y.m.c.a.; m.a., 1912; Staff, Chemistry; 
PH.D. and Instructor, University of California; nid. Hilda Wallace Casselman. 

At first he worked under the United States War Office in Washington on problems 
of poison gas, and obtained important results on the eye-piece of the gas-mask. For 
this service he was appointed Chief of the Catalytic Section. In August 1918, on 
the special request of General Pershing, he received his commission in the American 
Army, which had been deferred owing to his Canadian citizenship, and shortly after- 
wards went to France. After a few weeks' service at Paris, Tours, and Chaumont 
(Haute-IMarne), he succumbed to pneumonia. Buried at Chaumont. 

ROBERT STANLEY ARMOUR July 8, 1889— Dec. i, 1918 

Major, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Robert S. Armour; b. Campbellford; ed. Percy P.s., Campbellford 
H.S.; Medicine, 1910-15, M.B., CO. T.c. 

He was first appointed as Lieutenant to No. 4 General Hospital, but in July 1915 
transferred to the R.A.M.C, in which he was promoted Captain in March 1916. For a 
year he served on a hospital ship to the Dardanelles and in the Mediterranean. After 
working also at Salonica and Alexandria he joined the East African Expeditionary 
Force, and served as Officer Commanding the First Field Ambulance in German and 
Portuguese East Africa at Mingayo and Dahaga. In March 1918 he was Mentioned 
in Despatches. At the close of the war he died from influenza "at No. 84 General 
Hospital. Buried at Dar-es-Salaam. 

PAUL LYNDON ARMSTRONG Sept. 17, 1890— Oct. 29, 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventy-third Battalion. 

Son of the late John R. Armstrong; b. Ottawa; ed. Ottawa c.i.; University 
College, 1908-12, B.A. (Pol. Sc); Kappa Alpha; xiii Club; President, Historical 
Club; First Hockey colours. Tennis team; Law School; ll.b., 1915; 5th Regt., Lieut. 

In July 191 5 he was appointed to the 73rd Battalion, and went overseas in March 
1916. He reached France in August, and served before Ypres and Vierstraat before 
going to the Somme front. At the time of his death he was Second in command of his 
company. He was killed by a shell near Courcelette, and buried at Albert Military 
Cemetery. 

THOMAS ANDREW ARTHURS May i, 1882— Dec. 6, 1918 

Captain, Chinese Labour Corps. 

Son of Thomas Arthurs; b. Limehouse; ed. Georgetown H.s.; University College, 
1905-08, B.A. (Philos.); Year executive; Vice-President u.c. y.m.c.a.; Knox College; 
Presbyterian Ministry, Missionary in Honan, China; md. Hilda Gertrude Scott. 

In March 1917 he left China with a Chinese Labour Battalion. In France he 
served at Zenneghem and Le Havre with No. 30 Company, and also acted as Interpreter. 
Shortly after the Armistice he was taken ill with pneumonia and died in Hospital at 
Le Havre, where he was buried in Ste. Marie Cemetery. 

ALEXANDER WATSON BAIRD March 2, 1892— Aug. 8, 1918 

Captain, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late James Baird, k.c; b. Toronto; ed. Church Street p.s., Toronto, 
Upper Canada College; University College, 1910-11; Beta Theta Pi; Kent, McClain 
Co.; 40th Regt., Lieut. 



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He was first appointed to the 8oth Battalion and later transferred to the 126th. 
After reaching England in August 1916, he joined the ii6th Battalion and went wiih 
it to France in February 1917. In that year he served through the battles of Vimy, 
Hill 70, and Passchendaele. In the latter engagement he won the Military Cross for 
his bravery and skill in leading a successful raid on the enemy's trenches prior to the 
battalion's attack. On April 1-2, 191 8, he won a Bar to the Cross for his service in a 
trench raid at Mericourt on the Lens front. On the first day of the battle of Amiens 
the battalion in advancing on Hamcn Wood suffered severe casualties from machine 
gun fire. Leading his company he at once attacked a machine gun nest. Though he 
was hit several times he captured the position, but was shot by a concealed officer as 
the enemy were surrendering. His prompt action saved many lives and enabled the 
battalion to advance. Buried at Hourges. 

FREDERIC ALLEN BALLACHEY Feb. 20, 1877— Sept. 26, 1918 

Lieutenant, United States Army Dental Corps. 

Son of Samuel Ballachey; b. Paisley; ed. Paisley P.s., Brantford C.I.; R. College 
Dental Surgeons, 1895-99, d.d.s.; Practising at Buffalo; nid. A. Leone Park. 

In March 1918 he was appointed to the United States Army Dental Corps, and 
served at BufTalo, and Camp Dix, N.J., where he succumbed to influenza in the following 
autumn. 

PANAYOTY PERCY BALLACHEY Nov. 9, 1877— June 14, 1916 

Major, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of George Ballachey; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford p.s. and c.i.; R. College 
Dental Surgeons, 1895-99, d.d.s.; Practisirrg at Brantford; 38th Regt., Major; md. 
Fiances I. Doyle. 

In June 1915 he was appointed to the 58i:h Battalion as Second in ccmmand, and 
reached France early in 1916. The battalion was first stationed in the Ypres Sah'ent, 
and here he ser\'ed through the fierce fighting that followed the attack on Sanctuary 
Wood. Early in the morning of the day after the successful counter-attack he was 
going up to the front line, when he was struck by a shell fragment and instantly killed. 
Buried near Poperinghe. 

FRED EVEREST BANBURY Oct. 27, 1893— April i, 1918 *  

Flight Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Only son of Robert S. Banbury; b. Wolseley, Sask.; ed. Wolseley P.s. and H.s., 
Regina c.i.; Victoria College, 1911-12, University College, 1912-14; Regina Normal 
School; Teaching at Brcdenbury, Sask.; Law Student, Regina. 

In March 1916 he began training with the Curtiss Co., Newport News, Va. 
After obtaining his Pilot's certificate with the highest record of the School he went to 
England in Jul}', 1916, and received his commission in the R. Naval Air Service. He 
underwent further training there and reached France in March 1917, where he served 
in the 9th Squadron on ^he Dunkerque-Zeebrugge front. He was appointed Flight- 
Commander in July. In December he came home on leave, returning to duty in 
March 1918 with his Squadron (209th R.A.F.). A few days later he died from heart 
failure while flying. Buried at Hazcbrouck. After his death it was announced that 
the Distinguished Flying Cross had been awarded to him for his continuous skill and 
ability as a Pilot in 19 17, during which period he destroyed eleven enemy machines. 

LLOYD ASHLEY BANBURY June 22, 1894— April I7. iQi? 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of E. A. Banbury; b. Wolseley, Sask.; ed. Wolseley P.s. and U.S.; University 
College, 1912-14; Law student, Regina. 



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He had been forced to give up his work at the University owing to the loss of the 
sight of one eye. After studying Law for a time with a Regina firm he enlisted in the 
spring of 191 6 in the 77th Batterj% C.F.A., and went overseas in August. In November 
he joined the 21st Battery, and served on the Somme and Vimy fronts. A few days 
after the capture of Vimy Ridge he was killed in action by a shell while serving his gun. 
Buried at Achcville Road Cemetery, Vimy. 

PERCY LOUIS BARBER April 13, 1893— Nov. 3^ 1917 

Lieutenant, Twenty-first Battalion. 

Son of the Rev. P. Louis Barber; b. Southport, Eng.; ed. Hill Croft School, Bob- 
caygeon, Lindsay c.i., Picton c.r.; Teaching at Hill Croft and Toronto and Prince 
Edward County Schools; Education, 1914-15; Cadet Corps, Major; c.o.t.c, CoL- 
Sergt. 

In June 191 5 he joined the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.CL.i., from -which he 
was transferred to the 38th, and later to the 59th Battalion, with which he went over- 
seas. He joined the 21st Battalion in France, and while serving in It was wounded at 
Courcelette and again at Vimy Ridge. While leading his men at Passchendaele 
against a severe counter-attack, he was wounded in the chest by a sniper's bullet end 
only lived a short time afterwaids. Buried at Passchendaele. 

JOSEPH CLAUDE ANTHONY BARKER March 3, 1895— May 19, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Ftying Corps. 

Son of J. J. Barker; b. Toronto; ed. Nipigon P.s.; St. Michael's College, 1912-13; 
R. College Dental Surgeons, 1913-17, d.d.s.; c.o.t.c. 

Through the summer of 1916 he served as Sergeant in the c.a.d.c. at Camp Hughes, 
and then returned to College to complete his course. He again served in the c.a.d.c 
in Winnipeg and Camp St. Charles in the summer of 1917. In October he joined the 
R. Flying Corps at Toronto and trained through the winter in Texas, obtaining his 
commission in March 1918. After reaching England he was completing his course, 
when he was accidentally^ killed in a flight ne-ar Bournemouth, the day before he was 
due to go to France. Buried at Durrington, near Amesburj-. 

JOSEPH ALBURN BASSETT Aug. 26, 1888— Oct. 20, 1916 

Corporal, Royal Canadian Regiment. 

Son of Elias Bassett; b. Listowel; ed. Listowel P.s. and H.s.'; Victoria College, 
1913-14; Probationer, London Methodist Conference. 

In 1915 he enlisted at Halifax in the R. Canadian Regiment and went overseas in 
August. Reaching France early in 1916 he served through the fighting of the following 
spring and summer, mostly in the Ypres area. In the battle of the Somme he was 
missing. Later it was reported that, being wounded in the head, he bad been taken 
prisoner and had died at Graincouit. 

ALFRED CARBERT BASTEDO April 30, 1886— April 23, 1915 

Captain, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of John M. Bastedo; b. Milton; ed. Milton p.s, and Contn. Sch.; University 
College, 1911-14, B.A. 1915; Tennis colours; 20th Regt., Capl. 

In the vacation at the end of his third year he joined the First Contingent, enlisting 
with him thirty-1 hree men in Miiton, and was appointed as Captain to the 4th Battalion. 
He went overseas that autumn and reached France in February 1915. At the second 
battle of Ypres he was killed near St. Julicn in the counter-attack that was made on 
the morning of April 23rd. He was one of <he first members of the University to fall 
in the war, and his degree was conferred aftei his death. Buried north of Ypres. 



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WILLIAM GEORGE HENRY BATES 1876— April 26, 1915 

Captain, Leinster Regiment. 

Son of the Rev. W. W. Bates; ed. Trinity College School; Trinity College, 1894-96; 
Lancashire Fusiliers., S. African War; ist Leinster Regt., Capt.; md. Miss Draper. 

After serving in the South African War he obtained his commission in the Imperial 
Army, and was employed in India during most of the following years. He invented 
an automatic machine gun adjustment, and in 1914 was Machine Gun Officer of his 
Bri-gade. He reached France with his battalion, the ist Leinsters, in December 1914. 
He was killed in action in the front line trenches between Hill 60 and Zil'.ebeke while 
resisting the enemy's attack in the second battle of Ypres. 

GROVER CLEVELAND BEATON Oct. 31, 1894— Sept. 30, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Son of the late Colin Beaton; b. Derby Tp., Grey Cy.; ed. Derby p.s., Owen 
Sounder.; Education, 1915-16; c.o.x.c. 

In November 1916 he joined the University of Toronto Overseas Training Com- 
pany, and went to England in June 1917. Receiving his commission in the R. Garrison 
Artiller>' he joined the 143rd Siege Battery, 5th Army, in January 1918, and served 
on the Somme front. He was gassed near Peronne on September i8th, 191 8, and 
succumbed to the effects some days later. Buried at Rouen. After his death it was 
announced that the Military Cross had been awarded to him for his service on the day 
that he was fatally injured. Though suffering from gas himself, he went to the assistance 
of a section of his battery which had been heavily bombarded, brought back two 
wounded officers to a place of safety, and returning a third time to the post rallied the 
men of the section. 

WILLIAM JAMES BEATTIE Oct. 22, 1897— Sept. 30, 191 7 
Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Roj'al Naval Air Service. 
Son of Andrew Beattie; b. Stratford; ed. Stratford P.s. and c.i.; Victoria College, 

I916-I7; C.O.T.C. 

In June 1916 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company, from 
which he was appointed to the lioth Battalion. When the establishment of this unit 
was reduced he was unable to go overseas with it, but after a short period of work as a 
shell inspector he joined the R. Naval Air Service and left Canada in March 1917. 
He passed his examinations in flying in June, and after taking a course in gunnery 
went to France in September. After a few days at Dunkerque he joined No. i 
Squadron on September 29th. The next day he was accidentally killed when he was 
making a practice flight. 

DAVID BENJAMIN BENTLEY Dec 16, 1864— April 5, 1917 

Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Benjamin Bentley; b. Uttoxeter, Lambton Cy. ; ed. W'oodstock p.s. and 
Woodstock College; Trinity Medical College, 1887-91, M.D., CM.; Practising at Sarnia' 
14th Field Amb., Major; md. Alice Shaw Shepherd. 

He joined the First Contingent as Major in No. 2 Field Ambulance and went 
overseas in October 1914. Reaching France in February 191 5, he served on the front 
between Armentieres and Ypres, and then through the second battle of Ypres, in which 
he was slightly gassed. He returned to England in May and was appointed to the 
command of Monk's Horton Hospital. Here he remained till he was invalided. In 
November he was appointed to command the Base Depot, Medical Supplies, at South- 
ampton, lie was again invalided in November 1916, and died the following spring at 
Granville Hospital, Ramsgate. 



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GEORGE HERBERT BERRY May i8, 1894— Oct. 9, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery. 

Son of George Berry; b Pincher Creek, Alta.; ed. Detroit University School, 
Upper Canada College; University College, 1912-16, b.a.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
Secretary-, Rugby team. 

In June 1915 he joined No. 3 Canadian Stationary Hospital in England and went 
with it to Lemnos, which was a hospital base for the Gallipoli Expedition. When the 
Hospital was transferred to France he served in it for a while, but at the end of 1916 he 
began training for a commission in the r.f.a. He reached the front again in June 1917, 
being appointed to 'd' Battery, 315th Brigade. In the battle of Ypres — Passchendaele 
he was severely wounded and succumbed to his injuries three days later. Buried at 
Lyssenthoek. He had been recommended for the Military Cross. 

THOMAS HAROLD HILL BEVAN Dec. 31, 1886— Feb. 18, 1919 

Captain, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of the Rev. Canon W. Bevan; b. Warboys, Hunts., Eng.; ed. Trinity College 
School; Applied Science, 1905-06; Accountant, Imperial Bank, London; 44th Regt., 
Lieut. 

After joining the Militia in January 1915, he was appointed to the 86th Battalion, 
and at the end of 1916 joined the 12th Machine Gun Company in France. He was 
wounded and gassed at Vimy Ridge on April nth, 1917. On returning to the front 
he served through the battle of Passchendaele, after which he was invalided with 
trench fever. He was attached to the Pay and Record Office on his recovery, but was 
again invalided in May 1918. He went to the front a third time in September and 
served through the fighting from Cambrai to Mons. In February 1919 he was taken 
ill and died at No. 20 General Hospital, Camiers. Buried at Etaples. 

NORMAN CREIGHTON BILTON May 30, 1889— March 5, 1919 

Lieutenant, Canadian Heavy Artillery. 

Son of Thomas Bilton; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Upper Canada College'. 
University College, 1904-06; Chi Delta (Psi Upsilon); In business at Toronto; Kemp 
Mfg. Co.; Secy.-Treasurer, Bilton Bros. 

In January 1917 he began training for a commission and was appointed to the 
Cobourg Heavy Battery in April. He went overseas in charge of a draft two months 
later. He reached France in June 1918 with the nth Siege Battery of the Third 
Brigade Heavy Artillery. He served through the battle of Amiens and all the following 
engagements to the signing of the Armistice. After returning to England he was taken 
ill with pneumonia in February 1919, and died the next month at Bramshott Military 
Hospital. Buried at Toronto. 

PERCY VERE BINNS Feb. 8, 1893-Aug. 28, 1918 

Captain, First Brigade, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of Ellis P. Binns; b. Port Antonio, Jamaica; ed. Huron Street P.S., Toronto; 
Pickering College, Woodstock College; Applied Science, 1910-14, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

In November 1915 he was appointed to the Canadian Engineers and joined the 
1st Field Company at the front in the following June. During the Somme campaign 
he was wounded on September 8th, and was awarded the Military Cross for valuable 
service rendered in the construction of 'jumping-off ' trenches before Courcelette. 
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in August. At Passchendaele he acted as Assistant Adjutant to the 1st Divisional 
Engineers. He was appointed Staff-Captain, 1st Brigade, Engineers, in May 1918. 
After serving through the battle of Amiens he was killed by a shell near xArras at the 
beginning of the adv^ance from that point. Buried at Dainvilie. 

MONTAGU HERBERT BIRD Feb. 22, 1896— July, 9, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of R. Montagu Bird; b. Cannington Manor, Sask.; ed. Collegiate School, 
Victoria, B.C., and Trinit}^ College School; University College, 1914-16; Kappa Alpha; 
c.o.T.c, Cpl.; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

In January 1916 he was appointed from the 48th Highlanders to the 134th Bat- 
talion, going overseas in August. He transferred to the R. Flying Corps in England, 
and on completing his course went to France at the end of June 1918, joining the 65th 
Squadron, R. Air Force. A few days later, at Vignacourt near Amiens, his plane 
crashed from an unknown cause, killing him almost instantaneously. Buried at Vigna- 
court. 

WILLIAM ALAN BISHOP Aug. 3, 1891— Sept. 26, 1916 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of A. K. Bishop; b. Owen Sound; ed. Keppel P.s., Owen Sound c.i.; Applied 
Science, 1913-15; Phi Sigma Tau; c.o.T.c. 

In March 1915 he enlisted from College with several others in the 25th Battery, 
C.F.A., and reached France in January 1916. He served as Signaller in the battery on 
the Kemmel front and before St. Eloi. At Ypres in June he rendered valuable service 
in mending wires under heavy fire, for which he was twice Mentioned. At the Somme, 
a few days after the capture of Courcelette, he went forward with a party to keep up 
communication between the Infantry and the advanced transmission station of the 
battery. Here he was severely wounded, and it is believed that he died shortly after- 
wards where he had fallen. 

GERALD EDWARD BLAKE May 28, 1892— July 23, 1916 

Captain, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. 

Son of the late Edward Blake; b. Toronto; ed. St. Andrew's and Bishop Ridlej- 
Colleges; University College, 1910-14, b. a. (Eng. & Hist. — CI.); Edward Blake Scholar; 
Kappa Alpha; Historical Club; xiii Club; Cricket colours; Law School. 1914-15; 
C.O.T.C. 

In July 1915 he received his commission and joined the i 4th Oxfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire Light Infantry shortly after reaching France in November. He 
served at first south of Ypres and then on the Somme front, chiefly in the Hebuterne 
and Gommccourt sectors, and was quickly promoted to Acting Captain in command of 
a company. In the night attack on Pozicres he led his company up to the German 
parapet. Here he was instantly killed, but not before success was assured. Though the 
other officers of the company all became casualties the men carried on and captured the 
trench. He was found later where he had fallen, with a number of his men lying around 
liim. Buried at Pozicres. 

EWART ARTHUR BLATCHFORD May 17, 1893— Aug. 27, 1918 

.■\cting -Sergeant, Onc-Iiundred-and-sixtccnth Battalion. 

Son of the Rev. T. W. Biatchford; b. Lambeth; ed. Wheatley p.s., Hamilton r.s., 
Essex H.S.; X'ictoria College, 1914-15; College Athletic executive and Association 
Football team; College Glee Club; c.o.T.c. 



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In May 1916 he enlisted in the 182nd Battalion, and was promoted Corporal before 
going overseas a year later. He joined the i i6th Battalion on the Lens front at the end 
of March 191 8, and shortly afterwards was made Acting Sergeant. After serving 
through the battle of Amiens he fell in the advance from before Arras to the Drocourt- 
Queant line, when as his platocn was going forward he was 'struck by a machine gun 
bullet and instantly killed. Buried near Boiry Notre Dame. 

JAMES GORDON BOLE May 17, 1890— Aug. 28, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of William W. Bole; b. Moose Jaw, Sask.; ed. Winnipeg Preparatory School; 
University College, 1908-12, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Editor, 'Varsity'; Manager, Rugby team; 
Law School; Called to the Bar, 1916; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

In October, he enlisted in the 19th Battalion, Second Contingent, in which he was 
promoted Sergeant. He reached France in September 1915, and served in the Ploeg- 
steert — St. Eloi area. He was Mentioned in Despatches for his service in the battle 
of St. Eloi, when he held a machine gun emplacement continuously for seventy hours. 
He returned to Canada in June 1916, and received his commission in the 255th Bat- 
talion. He went overseas again in May 1917, and in the following March joined the 
2nd Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps, in France. After going through the 
battle of Amiens, he was killed at Cherisy during the advance from before Arras while 
leading his company in a machine gun attack on the afternoon of August 28th. Burled 
at Cherisy. 

FELIX OLIVIER BOLTE April 22, 1894— Sept. 2, 1918 

Lieutenant, Third Battalion. 

Son of the late Auguste Bolte; b. Toronto; ed. St. Alban's School, Upper Canada 
College; University College, 1912-15, b.a. 1916; Zeta Psi; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

In May 1915 he was appointed to the 35th Battalion, and from this unit he joined 
the 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles at the front in June 1916. He was injured by shell- 
shock at the Somme on September 15th and returned to England. For a time he was 
attached to the ist Command Depot and then to the 23rd and 12th Reserve Battalions. 
In March 1918 he returned to France and joined the 3rd Battalion. He served through 
the battle of Amiens and the first days of the advance from Arras. In the attack on the 
Drocourt-Queant line, near Cagnicourt, his company was held up and prepared to work 
round to a flank. Having been sent for by his Commanding Officer he was returning to 
his platoon, when the enemy opened fire with artillery. After taking shelter with some 
of his men for a time in a shell hole he was about to advance again, when a shell struck 
and killed him with four others. Buried near Cagnicourt. 

RICHARD HENRY BONNYCASTLE Feb. 10, 1881— Oct. 7, 1917 

Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Frank Edward Bonnycastle; b. Seymour Tp., Northumberland Cy.; 
ed. Campbellford P.s. and 11. s.; Medicine, 1901-05, m.b.; Practising at Campbellford ; 
md Winnifred Evelyn Carlaw. 

In November 1914 he joined the c.a.m.c, and transferred to the r.a.m.c. in May, 
191 5. He reached France in July and served with the 47th Field Ambulance, 15th 
Division, and the King's Own Scottish Borderers. During the battle of Loos in Sept- 
ember he was with the advanced dressing station of the unit, and his service through 
the following months was mostly in that area. He returned to Canada in May 1916, 
and transferred again to the c.a.m.c. He served for a time at the Discharge Depot in 
Quebec, and then in command of the a.m.c. Depot in Military District No. 4 at Val- 
( artier and Montreal. In the autumn of 1917 he died at his home in Campbellford. 



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WALTER OSLER BOSWELL Jan. 19, 1890— March 3, 1919 

Lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Son of the late J. E. Boswell; b. Cobourg; ed. Sherbrooke, Que., H.s., St. Clement's 
School, Eglinton; Applied Science, 1907-11, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Tivani Electric 
Steel Co., Belleville, and Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Toronto. 

In August 1916 he joined the R. Naval Volunteer Reserve, and in January 191 7 
was first appointed to a Motor Launch. He served on m.ls. 446, 248, 240. He went 
to the Eastern Mediterranean in April and was engaged in patrol and escort duties in 
the Port Said area. He served in the Naval force operating off the coast at the taking 
of Gaza, October to November 1917; then in mine-sweeping ofif Solium, N. Africa; then 
again along the coast line of Palestine, Haifa-Acre-Tyre-Sidon-Beyrout, in the final 
operations against the Turks. In February 1919 he sailed for England. Shortly after 
his arrival he contracted influenza, which developed into pleuro-pneumonia, and died 
at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Millbank. Buried at Brookwood. 

GEORGE EDWARD BOTHWELL Aug. 9, 1890— Sept. 15, 1916 

Lieutenant, First Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of Thomas Bothwell; b. Perth; ed. Perth p.s. and c.i.; Forestry, 1909-13, 
B.sc.F.; Fencing colours; Super\'isor, Rocky Mountain Forestry Reserves; loist 
Regt. 

In October 1915 he enlisted in the 51st Battalion as a Private, and was promoted 
through the N.c. ranks to Lieutenant. He reached France in June 1916, and after a 
course of training at an Officers' School, joined the ist Mounted Rifles as Battalion 
Scouting and Intelligence Officer. At the Somme he led in the attack on Mouquet 
Farm, which he had previously reconnoitred for the battalion. After the attack, 
which succeeded with few casualties, he discovered a party of the enemy in a dug-out 
and summoned them to surrender. When they had passed out he was shot from be- 
hind by the officer of the party with a concealed revolver. Buried near Mouquet 
Farm. 

GEORGE HERBERT BOWLBY July 16, 1865— Nov. 10, 191 6 

Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Dr. D. S. Bowlby; b. Kitchener; ed. Kitchener p.s. and c.i.; 
Trinity Medical College, 1884-88, M.D., CM.; M.R.C.s. (Eng.) ; l.r.c.p. (Lond.); Practis- 
ing at Kitchener, 1892-1915; Mayor of Kitchener, 1901; Grey's Horse, Capt.; md. 
Adine Seagram (d.). 

In July 191 5 he was appointed to the Canadian Army Medical Corps. For over 
a year he was Deputy Assistant Director, Medical Services, at Folkestone, Bath and 
Seaford. He was accidentally killed at Seaford. Buried at Kitchener. 

HAROLD STAPLES BREWSTER July 15, 1893— Dec. 6, 1916 
Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Regiment and Royal Plying Corps. 
Son of W. S. Brewster, k.c; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford p.s. and C.T.; Victoria 
College, 1910-14, B. A. (Pol. Sc); Water-polo team; c.o.T.C; 38th Regt., Lieut. . 

In May 1915 he was appointed to the 36th Battalion, but transferred in England 
to the R. Canadian Regiment with which he went to France in October. During the 
next ten months he served on the Allicrt and Yprcs fronts and through the battle of 
Ziliebeke. In August 1916 he was seconded to the R. Flying Corps. He was killed 
in an accident near Dover while making his last long flight before receiving his wings. 
Buried at Brantforrl. 



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GEORGE GILBERT BRICKER Sept. i, 1892— Oct. 27, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Forestry Corps. 

Sonof Simon B. Bricker; b. Waterloo; ed. Waterloo p.s., Kitchener c.i.; Applied 
Science, 1911-12, University College, 1912-13, Forestry, 1913-16; md. Kathryn C. 
Milroy. 

He enlisted in January 1916 in the Canadian Army Service Corps, and in March 
transferred toihe 224th Forestry Battalion, in which he was promoted Sergeant. He 
was attached to the c.f.c. Headquarters in England, and on receiving his commission 
went to France in March 191 7. He was attached to Headquarters at Etaples in 
charge of statistics for the Canadian Forestry work in France. He died of pneumonia 
at Bordeaux, where he was buried. 

ALBERT EDWARD BRIGHT March 9, 1891— April 9, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Albert Bright; b. Toronto; ed. Annette Street p.s. and Farquharson School, 
Toronto; University College, 1913-16; Knox College; c.o.T.c, Sergt. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the 25th Battery, c.f.a., and reached France in 
January 1916. He served first on the Ploegsteert-Kemmel front and in the Salient. 
Ha\ing been promoted through all the ranks to Sergeant he was chosen in August for a 
commission and went to England for his training. Returning to France in November 
he was appointed to the i8th Battery, 5th Brigade. On the first day of the battle of 
\'imy Ridge he was detailed as Forward Observing Officer for the brigade. As he was 
advancing with his party he was shot by a sniper and fell, unable to speak but pointing 
forward, and died an instant later. Buried at Ecoivres. 

RUSSEL HUBERT BRITTON Sept. 11, 1881— May 2, 1917 

Lieut.-Colcnel, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of C. E. Britton; b. Gananoque; ed. Gananoque p.s., Upper Canada College; 
University College, 1901-02; Zeta Psi; In business at Gananoque; 8th Bty., c.f.a.. 
Major; md. J. Bernice Jackson. 

He left Gananoque to join the First Contingent in August 1914, as Commander 
of the 3rd Batter}', ist Brigade, c.f.a., taking with him over 100 men from his home 
town who had served with him in the Militia. He reached France early in 19 15, and 
served through the battle of Ypres and the campaign of 191 5, and at St. Eloi, Ypres and 
the Somme in 1916. In October 191 6 he was promoted Lieut. -Colonel to command 
the 5th Brigade, 2nd Division, and in January 1917 was awarded the D.s.o. for his 
consistent courage, inventiveness and care of his men. After serving through the 
battle of Vimy Ridge he was instantly killed near Fresnoy by a shell which struck his 
dug-out. Buried at Aux Rietz. 

STANLEY HOWSON BROCKLEBANK Nov. 19, 1889— Sept. 20, 1918 

Captain, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of David Brocklebank; b. Arthur; ed. Arthur p.s. and H.s.; University 
College, 1910-13; Year President; McMaster University, b.a.; Chi Delta Psi (Psi 
Upsilon); Law School; 30th Regt., Lieut. 

In August 191 5 he was appointed to the 71st Battalion and went overseas in 
March, 1916. He then transferred to the 46th Battalion and reached France in August. 
He was promoted Captain in November, and later to Acting Major. He served through 
the battles of the Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele and was four times wounded — 
on March i6th, 1917; April 9th, 1917; July nth, 1918; and August loth, 1918. On 
the last occasion, in the battle of Amiens, he was struck in the Knee, and a few weeks 



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later succumbed to his injuries. Buried at Le Treport. In December 1917 he had 
been Mentioned in Despatches, and again later when he was recommended for the 
D.s.o. After his death it was announced that the Military Cross had been awarded 
to him for his courage and skill in directing the attack of his company, as he led the 
assaulting platoons until he was wounded. 

THOMAS GREGOR BRODIE Feb. 8, 1866— Aug. 20, 1916 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the Rev. Alexander Brodie; St. John's College, Cambridge and King's 
College, London; m.b., m.d., London; Demonstrator and Lecturer, King's College and 
London and St. Thomas Hospitals Medical Schools; Director, Research Labo'ratories, 
R. College Physicians and Surgeons; Lecturer and Professor of Physiology, R. Veterin- 
ary College; Brown Institute, University of London; School of Medicine for Women; 
F.R.S., 1904; Croonian Lecturer, 191 1 ; Professor of Physiology, University of Toronto, 
1908; Alpha Omega Alpha (Hon.); md. Alice Sims. 

In May 191 5 he went to England with No. 4 General Hospital and spent the 
summer in researches on the respiratory processes in connection with wounds and dis- 
ease. He came back to Toronto for the session 191 5-16, and returned to England the 
next spring, when he continued his researches. Shortly before his death he took charge 
of a department in the Ramsgate Canadian Hospital to direct the means jaf re-educating 
maimed soldiers. He died suddenly of angina pectoris at his residence in Hampstead. 

WALTER JAMES BROOKS March 13, 1893— Oct. 9, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Walter F. Brooks; b. Toronto; ed. De La Salle School, Riverdale c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science, 1910-14; Toronto Harbour Commission. 

In the summer of 191 7 he joined the R. Flying Corps as a Cadet, and completed 
his training in Texas. He received his commission and went overseas in Fcbruar}' 
1918. Reaching France in August he served in the 65th Squadron, R.A.F., en the Nieu- 
port-Lille section of the front. On the morning of September 28th he left the aerodrome 
with four others in support of an attack on Ostend. The formation was lost in the fog 
and rain, and of the planes that accompanied him two returned and two were captured. 
His own was shot down in flames, Some days later he succumbed to his injuries in a 
German hospital at Lokeren. Buried at Zand, Belgium. 

RICHARD AUSTIN BROWN Oct. 21, 1896— Nov. 14, 1917 

Captain, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Sen of T. Albert Brown; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale p.s., St. Andrew's College; 
University College, 1914-15; Zeta Psi; Second Rugby colours; c.o.T.c, Cpl.; 48th 
Regt., Lieut. 

In the summer of 191 5 he was appointed to the 58th Battalion, from which he went 
overseas with a draft shortly afterwards. He joined the 15th Battalion in France in 
November 1915, and in the following months served in the Ploegsteert-St. Eloi-Vpres 
area. He was wounded at Zillebeke and returned home for a while on leave, rejoining 
his battalion in October. At the battle of Vimy Ridge on April 9th, 191 7, he was 
awarded tlie Military Cross for his courage and ability in leading his company during 
the advance, and for his work in silencing an enemy machine gun. He served through 
the fighting of that summer ijcfore Lens and at Hill 70. At Passchcndacle, on Novem- 
ber 9lh, he was severely wounded in the head while in command of his company, and a 
few days later succumbed to his injuries. Buried at Lyssenthoek. 



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WALTER EVERARD ALWAY BROWN Aug. 28, 1894— Sept. 4, 1918 

Private, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Mcrritt A. Brown; b. Toronto; ed. Clinton Street, McCaul Street, Leslie 
Street P.ss.; Riverdalec.i., Toronto; University College, 1915-16; Law School; c.o.T.c. 

In August 1916 he enlisted in the 201st Battalion, and later transferred, as Signaller, 
to the 198th Battalion, with which he went overseas in March 191 7. He joined the 
75th Battalion in France in February 1918. On July 20th he was accidentally injured. 
In the fighting east of Arras, on September 4th, he was killed by the explosion of a shell. 
Buried near Arras. 

WARREN GEORGE BROWN Aug. 3, 1893— June 23, 1916 

Corporal, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of John Brown; b. Collingwood; ed. Acton p.s. and H.s.; Applied Science, 
1911-15; c.o.T.c. 

In November 1914 he enlisted in the 5th Field Company, Canadian Engineers of 
the Second Division, and reached France in September 191 5. He then transferred to 
the 6th Field Company, and served mostly in the area south of Ypres and in the Salient. 
A short time before his death he had been promoted Senior Corporal of No. 4 section. 
On the night of June 23rd, 1916, he was in charge of a party of Infantry repairing a 
communication trench, when he was struck by a rifle bullet and died in a few minutes 
without recovering consciousness. Buried at Reninghelst. 

WILLIAM GORDON BROW^N June 30, 1896— May 7, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of William Brown; b. Motherwell; ed. Motherwell P.s., St. Mary's C.i.; 
Applied Science, 1914-17; c.o.T.c. 

In August 19 1 7 he joined the R. Flying Corps as Cadet, and received his commis- 
sion in December, when he went overseas. He went to France in April 1918, joining 
the 19th Squadron on the Arras front. A few weeks later, when he was returning from 
patrol, his machine was seen to fall— it was unknown whether from accident or from the 
enemy's fire — and death was instantaneous. Buried at Aubigny. 

GEORGE WTLLIAM BRUCE Jan. 22, 1861— April 22, 1916 

Lieut. -Colonel, Commanding One-hundred-and-eighty-first Battalion. 
Son of the late John Bruce; b. Allistcn; ed. Collingwood Schools; Victoria College, 
B.A., 1885 (Mods.); Editor 'Acta Victoriana'; Barrister, practising at Collingwood and 
Regina; K.C., 1908; Lt.-Col. O.C. 35th Regt.; md. Margaret Ellen McClelland. 

At the end of 19 15 he was appointed Officer Commanding the i8ist Battalion at 
Brandon. After several wrecks of strenuous work in raising and training his unit he 
was invalided, and was on the journey eastwards on leave when he died at Chapleau. 
Buried at Toronto. 

FR.^SER MACPHERSON BRYANS May 25, 1894— July 17, 1917 

Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of Dr. W. Eraser Brj'ans; b. Toronto; ed. W'inchester Street p.s., Jarvis 
Street C.I. , Toronto; Uni\-ersity of Toronto Schools; Applied Science, 1913-16; Second 
and First Rugby colours. 

He finished his course in aviation with the Curtiss School in September 19 16, an ' 
went overseas the next month. After completing his training in England he wa-^ 
appointed to the Felixstowe station for patrol duty over the North Sea. He was 
accidentally killed in a collision with another British plane while on a practice flight. 
Buried at Toronto. 



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LEO BUCHANAN Sept. 5, 1885— April 19, 1916 

Lieutenant, Third Machine Gun Company. 

Son of G. O. Buchanan; b. Truro, N.s.; ed. Kaslo, B.C., and Woodstock College; 
University College, 1902-06, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Editor, 'Varsity' and 'Torontonensis'; 
LL.B, 1908; Barrister, practising at Vancouver; 6th Regt., Lieut. 

In March 1915 he was appointed to the 47th Battalion and went overseas in 
June. Transferring to the 3rd Infantry Machine Gun Company he reached France in 
January 19 16 and served in the Ypres area. The night before his death he volunteered 
to do duty with the i6th Battalion as Machine Gun Officer at St. Eloi. He was killed 
instantly by a shell from a German revolving gun. Buried near Verbranden-Molen. 

WILLIAM PERCY BUCHANAN Jan. 12, 1891— June 8, 1917 

Corporal, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Sen of Robert Buchanan; b. East Wawanosh Tp.; ed. Wingham H.s.; Education, 
1914-15; Teaching at Carlton Street p.s., Toronto; C.O.T.C; md. Ethel M. Tipling. 

In IVIarch 19 16 he enlisted in the 170th Battalion and went overseas in October. 
He joined the 75th Battalion in France in December and served with the Lewis-gun 
section on the Vimy front. After taking part in the battle of Vimy Ridge and the 
following engagements he was killed in action, being shot in the head during a midnight 
advance before Lens. 

JEFFREY HARPER BULL Sept. 2, 1888— Aug. 8, 1918 

Major, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of the late B. H. Bull; b. Brampton; ed. Brampton h.s.; University College, 
1906-09, B.A.; Year Vice-President; Law School; Candidate for West Sonierset, 
Imperial Parliament, 1918; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in the summer of 1915 to the 75th Battalion, in which he was 
promoted to Major on reaching France in August 191 6. After serving at the Somme he 
returned home on leave for the first part of 191 7. Shortly after rejoining his battalion 
on the Lens front he' was wounded on August 5th and again on October 3rd. He 
served through the battle of Passchendaele, and then on the Lens — -Arras front. He 
was awarded the d.s.o. in June 191 8 for his service during the operations before Lens 
in the previous year. On the first day of the battle of Amiens as he was leading his 
company to their objective, which was a sunken road near Beaucourt, he was instantly 
killed by a shell. Buried at Beaucourt. His name was Mentioned in Despatches five 
days after his death. 

ROSSWELL MORRIS BURGESS April 27, 1884— Jan. 5, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of the late Solomon Lossing Burgess; b. Doland, S.Dakota; ed. Burgessville 
Schools; R. College Dental Surgecns, 1907-11, d.d.s.; Practising at Toronto; md. 
Edna Somers Stewart. 

In December 1916 he was appointed to the Canadian Army Dental Cori s, and 
served in the Toronto Military District. On December 19th, 1917, he was taken ill 
and died some days later at the Base Hospital, Toronto. Buried at Toronto. 

SIDNEY SMITH BURNHAM Aug. 18, 1889— Aug. 9, 1918 

Major, Nineteenth Battalion; Staff, Second Divisicn. 

Sen of Dr. G. Herbert Burnham; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Upper Canada 
College; Iniversity College, 1906-1 1, B.A. 1912; xiil Club; Glee Club; Alpha Delta 
Phi; Quebec Bond Coy.; loth Regt., Lieut. 



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He was appointed to the 19th Battalion in September 19 14, and went overseas in 
May 1915. Reaching France in September, he served, as Battalion Scout Officer, in 
the trenches before Messines through the winter, and at the battle of St. Eloi in the 
spring of 19 16. After a period in the trenches south of the Salient, the battalion moved 
to the Somme at the end of August. In this month he was promoted Captain, and 
then to the command of his company. On September 12th he was wounded in the arm 
near Courcelette, but returned to his company in November and was promoted Major. 
He was appointed Staff Captain (Intelligence), Second Infantry Brigade, in February 
1917. During this year he served through the battles of Vimy, Arleux, Hill 70, Pass- 
chendaele. He was awarded the D.s.o. for his gallantry at Hill 70, when he personally 
supervised the placing of observation posts to ensure communication, and made daring 
reconnaissances under heavy fire, bringing back valuable information. In December 
he was appointed to the Headquarters Staff, Second Division, as G.s.o. ill. (Operations), 
going to England for a three months' course at Cambridge. After his return to France 
at the end of March 1918, he served on the Lens and Neuville-Mercatel fronts. On 
the second day of the battle of Amiens he was stationed with the 5th Btigade Head- 
quarters, as Liaison Officer for the Division during the battle, on high ground near 
Caix, and was watching the successful advance of the Infantry on Vrely, when he was 
instantly killed b}' a shell. Buried at Caix. He was three times Mentioned in De- 
spatches — April 30th, 1916; November 7th, 1917; and November 8th, 1918. 

WILLIAM JAMES GORDON BURNS May 7, 1890— Sept. 28, 1918 
Major, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the Rev. Robert N. Burns; b. Barrie; ed. Orillia P.s., Brampton p.s. and 
H.S.; Upper Canada College; Victoria College, 1909-14, e.a. (Chem. & Min.); Fellow 
in Chemistry; c.o.T.C. 

In August 1915 he was appointed to the 30th Battery, C.F..A., and in December 
transferred to the 41st Battery. He was promoted Captain in June 1916, and reached 
France in the following month. He transferred again to the 30th Battery in March 
1917, and from it to the 32nd Battery, 8th Brigade, in August. In December he was 
promoted Major and commander of the unit. During more than two years of continuous 
service he served through the battles of the Somme, Vimy (where he was wounded on 
April 17th), Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens and Arras. In the battle of Cambrai he was 
instantly killed by splinters from a shell when he was on a reconnaissance for a forward 
battery position at Bourlon Wood. Buried at Ontario Military Cemetery near Bourlon 
Village. In November 19 18 his name was Mentioned in Despatches, and in January 
19 19 it was announced that the d.s.o. had been awarded to him for his service through 
the year, and particularly for his skill and courage in directing the work of his battery 
through the battles of Amiens and Arras. 

BRUCE HOSMER ACTON BURROWS June 30, 1893— Nov. 25, 1916 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of Acton Burrows; b. Winnipeg; ed. Model School, Harbord Street c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science, 1909-13, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Canadian Society of Civil 
Engineers; Canadian Allis Chalmers Co. 

In September 19 15 he joined the Engineers and shortly after was appointed to the 
7th Field Company. Going overseas in March 1916, he took further courses in Eng- 
land, and in August reached the Belgian front with the 12th Field Company, 4th 
Division. Towards the end of September the unit moved to the Somme and at the 
time of his death he was in charge of the engineering on the front held by the 72nd 



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Battalion. He was leading a party by night to put up wire at an important point 
fifty yards north of Regina Trench when he was struck by a shell fragment and died in 
a few moments. Buried at Bapaume Post Cemetery near Albert. 

CHARLES BUTLER Nov. 15, 1889— Sept. 28, 1918 

Sergeant, United States Heavy Tank Corps. 

Son of Charles C. Butler; b. Iron Mountain, Mich.; ed. U.S. Public Schools; 
University of Wisconsin; Applied Science, 19 lo-ii ; Engineer. 

In November 19 17 he enlisted in the 304th American Engineers, being transferred 
later to the 65th Engineers and the 301st Battalion, Tank Corps. After arriving in 
England in March 19 18, he was appointed Reconnaissance Instructor. In the attack 
on the Hindenburg Line at Le Catelet-Gouy, on the night of September 28th, he volun- 
teered to go out with three others to lay the tape line for the tanks to follow. The 
enemy, discovering them, opened fire on the party and a shell struck, wounding the 
others and instantly killing him. Buried near Bouy. 

WILLIAM GEORGE BUTSON July 24, 1892— April 9, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of George William Butson; b. Staffa; ed. Staffa p.s., Seaforth c.i.; Education, 
1912-13; O.A.C. special course; c.s.c.i.; Teaching in Mitchell H.s., 1913-14; Bowmanville 
H.S., 1914-16; In both schools organized Cadet Corps; 46th Regt., Lieut. 

In the spring of 19 16 he was appointed Captain in the 136th Durham Battalion, 
reverting later to the rank of Lieutenant. He went overseas in September, and the 
next month joined the 4th Mounted Rifies in France. He served through the latter 
part of the Somme campaign, and through the winter on the Vimy front. On the first 
day of the battle of Vimy Ridge he was killed by a sniper. Buried at Bruay. 

GEORGE WALTER CALL May 31, 1888— May 3, 1917 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

Son of William B. Call; b. Toronto; ed. Dundas p.s. and H.s., Hamilton Normal 
School; Teaching at Dundas and Gait; University College, 1914-15; Knox College; 
McGill University, 1915-16; 29th Regt., Lieut. 

In May 1916 he was appointed to the i iith Battalion as Captain in command of 
'd' Company and was in charge of recruiting at Preston. He went overseas in Sep- 
tember, and after reverting to the rank of Lieutenant joined the ist Battalion in France 
in the spring of 191 7. Two weeks later he was killed early in the morning as he was 
returning to his company from Headquarters. 

OLIVER LORNE CAMERON Aug. 14, 1888— Aug. 10, 1918 

Captain, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of the late William Cameron; b. Woodville; ed. Lindsay c.i.; Applied Science, 
1908-13, B..\.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Toronto City Waterworks; C.E.; md. Gertrude E. 
McCullough. 

In January 1916 he was appointed to the 208th Battalion, and went overseas in 
April 1917. He reverted from Captain to Lieutenant in March 1918 in order to reach 
the front, but was promoted again on the field. He joined the 54th Battalion in France. 
At the battle of Amiens on August 8th whjle he was leading up to llio attack, he was 
wounded with fourteen of his men by the bursting of a shell, and succumbed to his 
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ANDREW RUSSELL CAMPBELL Oct. 26, 1880— Aug. 20, 19 14 

ALijor, Canadian Expeditionary Force. 

Son of the Lite Major R. G. Campbell; b. Collingwood; ed. Collingwood p.s. and 
C.I.; Applied Science, 1899-1902, Diploma (Min. Eng.); Engineering at Saskatoon; 
35th Regt., Simcoe Foresters, Sergt.; 105th Regt., Sr. Major, 

On the outbreak of the war he left Winnipeg with a contingent of the Princess 
Patricia's Light Infantry' and came to Ottawa to arrange for an appointment in the 
Engineers. A few days later he was drowned in the Rideau Canal. 

DUNCAN FREDERICK CAMPBELL April 28, 1876— Sept. 4, 1916 

Lieut.-Colonel, Royal Highlanders, Black Watch. 

Son of the late Archibald Campbell; b. Toronto; ed. Trinity College School; 
Trinity College, 1895-98, B.A.; Lancashire Fusiliers, Lieut., Captain, S. Africa, D.S.O.; 
Royal Highlanders, Captain, Major, Lieut.-Colonel; Imperial Parliament, Member for 
North Ayrshire, 1910-16: md. Anne Louise Racey O'Reilly. 

In September 1914 he went to France and served with the ist, and later with the 
3rd Battalion of the Black Watch. He was three times wounded in the first battle of 
Ypres and was invalided for a year. Through the first part of 1916 he served on the 
Belgian front. He was gazetted Lieut-Colonel in March, and was temporarily trans- 
ferred to the 2/7th Duke of Wellington's Regiment as Commanding Officer. In July 
he went to a section of the French front, where shortly afterwards he was severely 
injured in the explosion of a mine. A few weeks later he succumbed to his injuries. 
Buried at Kilmarnock, Scotland. He had been twice Mentioned in Despatches. 

JOHN JAMES CAMPBELL Jan. 16, 1890— Oct. 26, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery 

Onlysonof John C.Campbell; b. Gait; ed. North Dumfries p.s., Gait C.I.; Applied 
Science, 1910-14, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); Firm of Chipman & Power, employed at 
Bowmanville and Burlington. 

He enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battel y en its formation in April 
191 6. In June he was promoted Lieutenant and went overseas in command of the 
first draft from the battel y. He joined the nth Battery in France on the Somme 
in October 1916, and served through the battles of Regina. Trench, Vimy Ridge and 
subsequent engagements to Hill 70. At Passchendaele he was wounded on October 
20th, but remained on duty. He had been given leave to England but refused to go 
owing to the scarcity of officers at the time. Six days later he was instantly killed by 
a shell. Buried at Dickebusch. After his death it was announced that the Military 
Cross had been awarded to him for his devotion to duty during five days' operations, 
when he steadied his men under continuous shell fire. He also carried a wounded 
Signaller back from the outposts for nearly a mile over shell-swept ground. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER RANKINE CAMPBELL March 19, 1893— July i, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, West Yorkshire Regiment. 

Son of Robert Louis Campbell; b. Terravallur, India; ed. Berkhamsted School, 
Eng.; Trinity College and Forestry, 19 10- 1 4. 

In the autumn of 19 14 he enlisted in the 30th Battalion in British Columbia, 
where he had been working during the summer, and went overseas with the rank of 
Sergeant in the spring of 1915. At the end of April he joined the 15th Battalion in 
France and served through the battles of Festubert and Givcnchy. He was appointed 
to the 2nd West Yorkshire Regiment, 8th Division, in August, and served with it through 



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the battle of Loos in September and on the La Bassee front. His battalion moved to 
the Somme front near Albert in April, and in June he was injured by a shell but returned 
immediately to duty. After the first day of the battle of the Somme he was reported as 
wounded and missing near La Boisselle. He was last seen to fall wounded while leading 
his platoon forward in support. Two weeks later his body was found and buried. His 
Commanding Officer wrote "During the bombardment prior to the attack in which he 
was killed he had carried out several daring reconnaissances, and had he survived I 
should have forwarded his name for reward". 

WARREN KNIGHT CAMPBELL Aug. 28, 1893— Sept. 8, 1916 

Major, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Frank A. Campbell; b. Mitchell; ed. Mitchell p.s. and U.S.; Victoria 
College, 1912-14; Chi Delta Psi (Psi Upsilon) ; Rugby and Lacrosse colours. 

He joined the c.E.F. in November 1914, and went overseas in May 1915, as 
Lieutenant in the Ammunition Park of the Second Division. In England he transferred 
to the R. Flying Corps, in which he received rapid promotion, being employed especially 
as Instructor. He was severely injured in December 19 15, while flying near Farn- 
borough, and after leaving hospital was given six months leave in Canada. While 
acting as Instructor for the Curtiss Company in Bufifalo he was fatally injured by a fall, 
and died shortly afterwards. Buried at Mitchell. 

WILLIAM MACKAY CARLYLE Nov. 15, 1888— Oct. 26, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of David Carlyle; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; 
Applied Science, 1906-10, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Year executive; u.T. Rifle team; 
Tennis and Curling teams; Engineer on irrrigation in British Columbia and construction 
in Ontario. 

In September 1915 he joined the R. Flying Corps and trained in England. Going 
to France in August 1916 he served in the 60th Squadron on the Somme front. On 
October 26th when flying over the lines north of Albert he was missing, and several 
months later was reported through German sources as killed on that day. 

FREDERICK ALFRED CASH Feb. 25, 1896— July 24, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Only son of Robert C. Cash; b. Ingersoll; cd. Hamilton p.s. and c.i.; R. College 
Dental Surgeons, 1917-18. 

In January 19 18 he joined the R. Naval Air Service at Ottawa. He completed his 
training in June and began his service on the Firth of Forth, being attached to the Grand 
Fleet. A month later when he was flying alone his machine was seen from a distance 
to come down in a spinning dive, and when those who had witnessed the accident arrived 
he was found dead. Buried at East Linton, Haddingtonshire. 

JAMES POMEROY CAVERS Dec. 29, 1892— Sept. 3, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late W. A. Cavers; b. Gait; ed. Gait p.s. and c.i.. Upper Canada College; 
Applied Science, 1910-15; Boxing colours; President, Faculty Athletic executive; 
Faculty Rugby team; c.o.T.C. 

In January 1916 he enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery, in which he was 
promoted Sergeant before going overseas. He reached France at the end of the year 
and served in the fighting before St Eloi and Yprcs till July 1916, when he was wounded. 
On his recovery he transferred to the R. llying Corj^s and was sent in August 1917 to 



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the Balkan front, where he served with the 150th Squadron. The day of his death he 
was on escort duty protecting a reconnaissance machine, when he was attacked by six 
enemy planes. In order that the slower machine might escape he stayed and fought 
against such odds until his own plane was hit and fell into Lake Doiran. As he was 
swimming to the shore he was shot and sank. Two days before he had brought down 
two enemy planes, and after his death his name was Mentioned in Depastches for his 
services. 

ARTHUR HENRY CAVILL July 13, 1892— May 3, 1917 

Private, First Battalion. 

Son of Frank Cavill; b. Collingwood; ed. Collingwood p.s. and c.i.; University 
College, 1913-14; Wycliffe College. 

In January 19 16 he enlisted in the 139th Battalion at Cobourg, and was promoted 
Sergeant in April. He went overseas in September, and was transferred to the 36th 
Battalion From it he joined the ist Battalion In France in January 1917, and reverted 
to the rank of Private. After serving through the first part of the Vimy campaign, he 
was killed in action at Fresnoy by a shell shortly after the objective had been won. 
Buried at Fresnoy. 

ADAM PEDEN CHALMERS March 4, 1865— May 16, 19 17 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late John Chalmers; b. Mornington, Perth Cy.; ed. Stratford and St. 
Mar>-'s Schools; Trinity Medical College, m.d., cm., 1892; Fellow, Trinity Medical 
College; Practising at Oil Springs, 1892-1914; md. H. Alberta Kennedy. 

In July 1916 he was appointed to the c.a.m.c, and after a short period at Camp 
Borden went to St. Lucia, B.w.i., as Medical Officer to the Canadian garrison there. 
He died suddenly from heart failure after a long day's work. Burled at St. Lucia. 

JAMES RUSSELL CHAMBERLIN April 7, 1891— June 2, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of James E. Chamberlin; b. Ottawa; ed. Ottawa p.s. and c.i., Jarvis Street 
C.I., Toronto; Forestry, 1910-14, b.sc.f.; Provincial Forestry Dept., B.C. 

In August 19 15 he joined the R. Flying Corps and went overseas in December. 
He trained at Reading, Thetford and Netheravon. At the latter place he was acci- 
dentally killed, his machine breaking in the air. Buried at Toronto. 

JAMES RONALD CHAPMAN Oct. 30, 1894— Oct. 3i. 191? 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Sonof Louis Chapman; b. Gait; ed. Gait p.s. and c.i.; Applied Science, 1912-16, 
B..\.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Psi Delta Psi; President, Electrical Club; c.o.x.c. 

In March 1916 he enlisted in the 49th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in 
September. He reached France in the following March, and served first in the 9th and 
later with the nth Battery. He went through the battle of Vimy Ridge and following 
engagements to Hill 70. At Passchendaele on October 28th, as they were answering 
s.o.s. calls, a shell struck the gun, killing four and fatally wounding him and his College 
friend, R. R. Hawkey. Three days later he succumbed to his injuries. Buried at 
Nine Elms Cemetery, Poperinghe. 

WILLIAM LIONEL CHARLTON Dec. 12, 1892— July 20, 1916 

Lance-Corporal, Eighteenth Battalion. , 

Son of William Charlton; ed. Parkhill c.i.; Education, 1912-13; Teaching at s.s. 

7, McGillivray. 



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In November 1914 he enlisted in the i8th Battalion and reached France in Sep- 
tember 1915. He served on the Ploegsteert section of the front, through the battle of 
St. Eloi and at Ypres. He was instantly killed on July 20th, 1916, when his battalion 
was in the line in the Vierstraat — St. Eloi area. Buried at Ridgewood Cemetery, near 
Vierstraat. 

ARTHUR WILLOUGHBY CHESNUT Jan. 28, 1890— Sept. 6, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry-. 

Son of D. George Chesnut; b. Toronto; ed. St. Andrew's College; Applied Science, 
1907-10; B.A.sc, 1915 (Mech. Eng.); Theta Delta Chi; Foundation Co. of New York; 
Engineer at N. Transcona. 

In the summer of 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and 
in the spring of 19 16 joined the battalion in France, and served through the battle of 
Zillebeke. On July 2nd he was severely wounded in the knee while engaged in close 
fighting in the trench. For some time he was in hospital, after which he was sent to 
ShornclifTe. It was intended that he should return to Canada to receive a commission, 
but soon afterwards he was taken ill and died of pneumonia. 

PHILIP FRED CHIDLEY May 24, 1892— April 26, 1916 

Corporal, Second Battalion. 

Son of the late John F. F. Chidley; b. Stratford; ed. Stratford p.s., Caledonia H.s.; 
University College, 19 10-13; Instructor, Reading Camp Association; North Bay 
Normal School. 

In June 1915 he enlisted in the 58th Battalion, and went overseas the next month. 
In December he joined the 2nd Battalion in France. After four months at the front he 
was killed in a bomb attack by the enemy near St. Eloi. Buried at Verbranden-Molen. 

PAUL BROOKS CLARKE Feb. 16, 1896— Oct. 28, 1917 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-twenty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of Dr. William Frederic Clarke; b. London, Eng.; ed. Kew Beach p.s., LTpper 
Canada College, St. Alban's School, University of Toronto Schools; Trinity College, 
1914-15; C.O.T.C. 

In January 1915 he enlisted in the Machine Gun Section of the 19th Battalion, and 
reached France in September. He served through the winter and spring in the Ploeg- 
steert-Ypres area and through the battle of St. Eloi. He was then invalided for 
several months. On his recovery, he trained in the Imperial Ofificers' Cadet Battalion 
at Oxford, but eventually obtained his commission in the 124th Pioneer Battalion, 
C.E.F. After some months of service in 1917 about Lens, he was killed near Zonnebeke 
while bringing up ammunition to the firing line in a night attack during the battle of 
Passchendaele. 

MAURICE ARUNDEL CLARKSON April i, 1893— April 21, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Edward R. C. Clarkson; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Upper Canada 
College; University College, 1911-15, b.a. (Com. & Fin.); u.c. Rugby team; First 
Rugby colours; Mil CJul); Alpha Delta Phi; Clarkson, Gordon & Dilworth; c.o.T.C; 
9th Horse, Lieut. 

In the summer of 1915 he was appointed to the 75th Battalion, with which he wont 
overseas. He then transferred to the Artillery and went to France with the 41st Battery, 
I ith Brigade, c.f.a. He served through the battle of the Somnic and on the Vimy front. 
After the capture of Vimy Ridge, while reconnoitring a new battery position, he, with 



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several others of the battery, was severely wounded by hostile shelling near Vimy village 
on April 20th, 1917, and succumbed to his injuries on the next day. Buried at Barlin. 
He had been recommended twice for the Military Cross, and was Mentioned in Des- 
patches, dated April 9th, 191 7, for distinguished service in the field. 

JOHN LAWRENCE CLEARY March 3, 1897— June 9, 1918 

Gunner, Canadian Hea\'y Artillery. 

Son of Thomas Cleaiy^; b. Appleton; ed. Appleton p.s., St. Patrick's School, 
Ottawa; Ottawa University; Applied Science, 1915-16; C.O.T.C. 

In August 1916 he enlisted with the 72nd, Queen's University, Battery, c.f.a. He 
was transferred to the ist Canadian Heavy Battery in England and went to France with 
it at the end of March 19 17. He served through the battle of Vimy and in the campaign 
before Lens; at Passchendaele and again on the Lens front. He was severely gassed 
on the morning of May 26th, 19 18, when the battery was being heavily shelled. On the 
night of May 30-31 the hospital in which he was lying was attacked in an air raid, and he 
was severely burned. The next day he was moved to the City of London Military 
Hospital and died there a few days later. Buried at Corkery, Ont. 

ALLEN CHARLES MACKENZIE CLEGHORN Feb. 2, 1872— March 22, 1916 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Andrew Cleghorn; b. London, Ont.; ed. Trinity College School; 
Trinity Medical College, m.d., cm., 1892; m.d., Victoria; Medical Superintendent, 
Toronto Home for Incurables; Medical Staff, Harvard University, 1899; md. Edna 
Gartshore. 

In December 1915 he was appointed to the c.a.m.c. and went overseas. Shortly 
afterwards, when he was attached to the 44th Battalion and awaiting orders to go to 
France, he died from pneumonia at Bramshott. Buried at Borden. 

CARLETON MAIN CLEMENT May 15, 1896— Aug. 19, 1917 

Captain, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of the Hon. Justice W. H. P. Clement; b. Toronto; ed. Vancouver p.s. and 
H.S.; Victoria College, 19 12-13; Theta Delta Chi; 31st B.C. Horse, Lieut. 

He resigned his Militia commission to enlist as Private in the 47th Battalion and 
went overseas in June 1915. He then transferred to the R. Flying Corps and obtained 
his commission in March 1916. He received his wings and was promoted First Lieu- 
tenant the following June, when he joined the 22nd Squadron in France. For over a 
year he served in continuous flying, chiefly over the Somme and Flanders fronts. In 
January 1917 he became Captain and Flight-commander. He was Mentioned in 
Despatches in April, and in May was awarded the French Croix de Guerre avec Palme. 
He was reported as missing on August 19th, his machine having been seen to go down 
out of control during a fight in the air. It was announced in January 1918 that the 
Military Cross had been awarded to him for his gallantry and skill as leader of offensive 
patrols, and more particularly for destroying on one occasion two enemy machines and 
driving down five others out of control. 

WILLIAM HENRY CLIPPERTON April 10, 1886— Aug. 17, 1917 

Lieutenant, Eighth Battalion. 

Son of William H. Clipperton; b. Toronto; ed. Thorold p.s., Niagara Falls c.i.; 
McGill University; Victoria College, 1905-06; Education, 1907-08; Teaching in 
Toronto schools; Principal, La Verendrye School, Winnipeg; 2nd Regt.; md. Ena 
Graydon. 



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In March 19 16 he was appointed to the 203rd, Winnipeg, Battalion and went 
overseas in October. He reverted from the rank of Captain in May 1917, in order to 
reach the front, and in July joined the 8th Battalion in France. In the attack on Hill 70 
en August 15th, he had led his platoon to its objective, high up on the captured ground, 
when he was shot by a sniper through the throat and lung. It was not possible to remove 
him at once, but eventually, after some hours spent in a dug-out, he was carried back 
to No. 18 Casualty Clearing Station, where he died two days later. Buried at Mazin- 
garbe. 

FRANCIS NICHOLAS CLUFF Nov. 17, 1894— Aug. 28, 191S 

Lieutenant, Forty-ninth Battalion. 

Son of Noble Cluff; b. Seaforth, ed. Seaforth p.s. and Ci., Stratford Business 
College; R. College Dental Surgeons, 1915-16; 33rd Regt. 

In February 19 16 he was appointed to the i6ist Battalion, and went overseas in 
November. He reached France in May 19 18, joining the 49th Battalion. After serving 
through the battle of Amiens, he was killed by a machine gun bullet when his battalion 
was taking part in an attack at Pelves, east of Arras. Buried at Tilloy-les-Mofflaines, 
near Arras. 

OGDEN DUNLAP COCHRANE Feb. 15, 1890— Jan. 23, 1919 

Lieutenant, Canadian Forces and Royal Horse Artillery. 

Son of the late Hon. Frank Cochrane; b. Mattawa; ed. St. Andrew's College; 
University College, 1908-14, b.a.; Alpha Delta Phi; xni Club; loth Regt., Lieut. 

Early in 19 16 he was appointed to the 123rd Battalion on its formation. Later he 
became A.u.c. to the General Officer Commanding Toronto Military iDistrict. In 
June 19 17 he went overseas as a Cadet in the R. Horse Artillery. While training on 
Salisbury Plain he received severe injuries in an accident, to which some months later 
he succumbed. Buried at Toronto. 

GORDON ALLAN COCKBURN Jan. 19, 1894— Nov. 8, 19 17 
Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery and Royal Flying Corps. 
Only son of William A. Cockburn; b. Toronto; ed. Huron Street p.s., Toronto, St. 

Andrew's College, University of Toronto Schools; Applied Science, 1911-13; Firm of 

Cockburn & Bundy. 

He was appointed to 43rd Howitzer Battery, c.f.a., in January 19 16, and reached 
France the following summer. He was wounded at the Somme on October 20th. After 
the battle of Vimy he was seconded to the R. Flying Corps. During the battle of Ypres 
and Passchcndaele he was severely wounded in an air fight and compelled to land at 
Houthem behind the German lines. Though he received immediate attention from his 
captors he died that afternoon in the dressing station. Buried in the Forest Cemetery 
at Menin. 

WILLIAM WILLIS CODE Sept. 30, 1892— Aug. 9, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Fifth Battalion. 

Only son of Samuel Code; b. Valleyfield, Que.; ed. Dauphin, Man., p.s. and h.s.; 
Applied Science, 19 10-14; 32nd Manitoba Horse. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Dragoons, First Contingent, 
and reached France in the spring of 1915. He served dismounted through the battles 
of Festubert and Givcnchy. Subsequently he was recommended for a commission, and 
in the spring of 1917 was appointed to the ,sth Battalion, returning to France in May. 



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His company was retained among the shock troops and served in various places. On 
October 9th 19 17 he was wounded near Lens. In the battle of Amiens he was leading 
his men forward in an attack on a machine-gun emplacement, when he was struck on 
the head by a bullet. Calling out " Boys, I am hit, carry on ", he fell. Buried at Hill- 
side Cemeter>', south east of Amiens. 

JAMES DRUE COOK April 13, 1894— July 11, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of James N. Cook; b. Kirkwall; ed. Annette Street P.s., Humberside c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science, 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon); Turner Construction 
Co., New York. 

In July 1917 he joined the R. Flying Corps, and after training in Canada and 
Texas went overseas in January 1918. He went to France in June, joining the 107th 
Squadron, and served on the Ostend — Dunkerque front. On July ilth he was 
reported missing while fliying over the lines. Later it was announced from German 
sources that he had been killed in action on that day. Buried at Freyennes. 

WALTER HENRY COOPER April 12, 19 17 

Private, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Archdeacon Cooper; ed. Trinity College School; Trinity Medical 
College, 1886-7. 

He enlisted in the 139th Battalion at Cobourg in February 19 16, and went over- 
seas in September as a Sergeant. In the spring of 1917 he joined the 19th Battalion in 
France after reverting to Private. He was killed in action three days after the capture 
of Vimy Ridge. 

WILFRED JAMES COOPER May 3, 1897— Nov. 5, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Dr. Thomas Cooper; b. Melbourne, Ont.; ed. Strathroy P.s. and 
C.I.; R. College Dental Surgeons, 1918-17; c.o.t.c; md. Alberta M. M. Jackman. 

Early in 19 17 he joined the Canadian Army Dental Corps as Sergeant, and went 
overseas in May. After some months service in camps in England, he transferred in 
September to the R. Flying Corps, and received his commission in December. In 19 18 
he went to France and from August onwards was employed as a night bombing Pilot 
in the loist Squadron, serving mostly on the Somme front, often crossing the line 
between Cambrai and St. Quentin, and reaching as far as Crevecoeur, Le Catelet and 
Bohain. A few days before the end of the war, when he was starting on a raid from 
Roisel, his machine crashed and took fire, from which he received fatal injuries. Buried 
at Roisel near Pcronne. 

CHARLES CRANSTON CORBETT 1889— Feb. 3, 1918 
Captain, Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 

Ed. Crystal City, Man., H.s ; Veterinary College, 1913-15; C.A.V.C, Sergt.; C.O.T.C 
In February 1915 he enlisted in the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps, leaving it in 

October to complete his course at College. In June 1916 he was appointed to the R. 

Army Veterinary Corps. After several months in France he died in February 191 8. 

CHARLES PENNER COTTON Dec. 21, 1890— June 2, 1916 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late Brigadier-General W. H. Cotton; b. Kingston; ed. Ottawa Model 
School, and c.i., Ashbury College, Ottawa; Applied Science, 1909-14; Faculty Hockey 
team; Second Hockey colours; Alpha Delta Phi. 



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He enlisted in the 5th Batterj^ Second Brigade', c.f.a. of the First Contingent and 
reached France in February 19 15. In June he obtained his commission in the 8th 
Batter>\ He served through all the Canadian battles of 1915 and the first half of 1916; 
At Zillebeke he was in command of two guns that had been brought up to a position near 
the front line to be used in case of emergency. Fire was opened on them when they were 
discovered. He replied, assisted by his surviving gunners, and continued firing till the 
enemy came over Observatory Ridge, when he and his party were killed. Buried at 
Poperinghe. 

DOUGLAS JOHNSTONE COULTER May 7, 1896— Dec. 5, 19 18 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late M. Coulter; b. Vernonville; ed. Vernonville P.s., Fenelon Falls H.s., 
Cobourgc.i.; Medicine, 1915-17. 

In February 1917 he enlisted in the Cobourg Heavy Battery, and went overseas 
in April. He joined the Heavy Trench Mortar Battery of the 4th Division in France 
in July, and served in this unit on the Arras-Lens front, where he was slightly wounded, 
and through the battle of Passchendaele. In August 1918 he obtained his commission 
in the R. Air Force, but immediately afterwards was taken ill with rheumatic fever. 
From this he*never recovered, dying in hospital at Hastings, where he was buried. 

WALTER GORDON COUTTS Jan. 24, 1898— Dec. 3, 191? 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps 

Son of Charles Coutts; b. Toronto; ed. Parkdale P.s., Humberside C.I., Toronto; 
Medicine, 1916-17; c.o.x.c. 

In April 1917 he joined the R. Flying Corps, and after training in Canada obtained 
his commission in August. For a time he was employed as Instructor at Leaside Camp 
before going overseas in September. Not long after reaching England, when he was 
instructing near Birmingham he was killed in an accident, his engine taking fire and the 
plane crashing from 300 feet. Buried at Toronto. 

STEWART COWAN April 30, 1890— Oct. i, 1916 

Lieutenant, Twenty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of John Cowan, K.c; b. Sarnia; ed. Sarnia P.s. and c.i.; University College 
1907-08; De'ta Kappa Epsilon; Law School; Barrister at Sarnia, firm of Cowan, 
powers & Cowan; 27th Regt., Lieut. 

In 1915 he was appointed to the 70th Battalion, and went overseas in April 1916. 
During the summer he joined the 24th Battalion, and served on the Somme front. He 
was killed in action at Courcelette. 

ERNEST HERBERT COX Nov. 15, 1888— May 23, 1918 

Lieutenant, Eighth Battalion. 

Son of H. P. Cox; b. Winnipeg; ed. St. John's College, Winnipeg, and Trinity 
College School; Trinity College, 1905-09, u.\. 1910; College Rugby, Hockey and 
Cricket teams; Firm of Fielding & Shepley, St. Paul, Minn ; looth Regt.; nul. Gladys 
Alsip. 

In Septemljer 191G he was appointed to the lOOth Winnipeg Grenadiers Battalion, 
and went overseas in a draft in October 19 17. He joined the 8th Battalion in France in 
December. Five months later he was killed in an air raid on he Arras front. Buried at 
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JOHN WILBUR CRANE March 17, 1891— Oct. 30, 191S 

Captain, Rojal Air Force. 

Son of the late Dr. H. Bedell Crane; b. Newark, N.J.; ed. Newark p.s. and h.s., 
Staunton, Va., Military Academy; Applied Science, 1911-12, 1914-16; Second Rugby 
colours; Theta Delta Chi; 20th Regt., Lieut. 

In April 1916 he was appointed to the 216th Battalion and went overseas a year 
later. He transferred to the R. Flying Corps in England, and acted for a time as 
Instructor. In June 1918 he went to France, joining the 19th Squadron, r.a.f. On the 
morning of October 30th he started out in a formation of fifteen scouts and fifteen 
bombers between Valenciennes and Mens. As they turned they were attacked by an 
OAcrwhelming force of German machines. After shooting down two planes he was last 
seen contending against six of the enemy. 

JAMES PHILIP CRAWFORD April 30, 1885— Sept. 27, 1918 

Captain, Third Battalion. 

Only son of the Hon. Thomas Crawford; b. Toronto; ed. Givens Street P.s., 
Harbord Street c.i., Toronto; Trinity College, 1903-06, b.a.; m.a. and b.c.l. 1909; 
Barrister, practising in Toronto; 2nd Regt., Major; md. Annie Laurie Bell. 

In January 1916 he was appointed Major in the i66th Battalion, and went over- 
seas in October. He was attached to the 12th Reserve Battalion in England, and em- 
ployed as Instructor in musketry. Reverting to Lieutenant, he joined the Third 
Battalion in France in August 1917. He was wounded en September 20th. He rejoined 
his battalion just before the battle of Amiens, through which and that of Arras he 
served. Shortly before his death he was promoted Captain. He died of wounds re- 
ceived near Cambrai. Buried at St. Quentin. 

ARTHUR RAMSAY CREIGHTON Aug. 21, 1894— April 12, 1917 

Private, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of James W. Creighton; b. New Westminster, B.C.; ed. Royal City H.s.; 
University College 1910-1 1 ; Law student; 104th Regt. 

He enlisted in the 196th, Western Universities, Battalion in April 1916, and went 
overseas in November. In February 191 7 he joined the 46th Battalion in France on 
the Vimy front. He was wounded at Vimy Ridge and was being carried out, when a 
shell struck killing him and those with him. Buried near the place where he fell. 

RUSSELL ANDREW CROSS May 31, 1895— June 2, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Andrew Cross; b. Woodstock; ed. Hamilton P.s. and c.i.; Applied Science 
1912-15. 

In May 1915 he enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.L.T., and went 
overseas at the end of June. He joined the battalion in France in August and served in 
it on the Somme and Ypres fronts. At Sanctuary Wood on the morning of June 2nd, 
1916, when the German bombardment began, a shell exploded on the trench roof and 
killcfl him instantly. 

GORDON WILLSON CROW May 9, 1894— Sept. 17, 1916 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

SonofJ.H.Crow; b.Welland; ed. Welland p.s. and H.s.; Victoria College, 1910-15, 
B.A.; Medicine, 1914-15; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Students' council; Swimming team. 

In March 19 15 he enlisted in the 26th Battery, and later received his commission 
in the Field Artillery. He joined the 7th Battery, 2nd Brigade, in France in February 
1916. He wen the Milil ary Cross in June for his service as Forward Observation Officer 



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at Zijlebeke, when he repelled a party of the enemy who tried to bomb him out of his 
post, and then reconnoitred and sent back information of the enemy's new position. He 
was killed in action at the Somme two days after the capture of Courcelette. 

HARRY LAURENCE CROWE April 12, 1897— June 22, 1917 

Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of Harry J. Crowe; b. Bridgetown, N.s.; ed. Acacia Villa School, N.S.; St. 
Andrew's College; Applied Science, 1915-16; Kappa Alpha; c.o.t.c. 

In the spring of 1916 he began his training at Newport News, Va., and on obtaining 
his Pilot's certificate went to England. After further training there he went on service 
in April 1917, being appointed to the Plymouth station on anti-submarine patrol duty. 
On the day of his death he was returning from a patrol over the Channel, in search of a 
submarine that had been reported, when from an unknown cause his machine fell into 
the sea. Buried at Toronto. 

HUBERT ANTHONY CULHAM Sept. 9, 1883— Oct. 4, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late J. A. Culham; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton c.i.; Ontario Agricultural 
College; Medicine, 1904-10 m.b.; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Practising at Viceroy, Sask. 

In the spring of 19 16 he was appointed to the C.A.M.C, and on reaching England 
served on a Travelling Medical Board and as Senior Medical Officer to the Reserve 
Artillerj' at Shorncliffe. Going to France in August 19 17, he was attached for a short 
time to No. 2 Field Ambulance, and then as Medical Officer to the ist Brigade, c.f.a., 
with which he served through the campaign of 1918 till his death. Late in the evening 
of October 4th he left Haynecourt, near Cambrai, for Wancourt with the Headquarters 
party of the Brigade. They had only gone a short distance when a bomb fell from an 
enemy's aeroplane instantly killing him. Buried at Haynecourt. 

JOHN ARTHUR CULLUM Feb. 6, 1879— Nov. 10, 1916 

Captain, Twenty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of the late Michael Cullum; b. Alma; ed. Regina p.s. and H.s.; Trinity Medical 
College, M.D., CM. 1905; Practising at Regina; C.A.M.C, Lieut.; md. Retta M. Coote. 

In November 19 14 he was appointed Medical Officer to the 28th Battalion and 
reached France in September 1915. For eleven months he served as m.o. to the same 
battalion with great distinction through the trench warfare and at the battle of St. 
Eloi and Ypres. He was awarded the French Croix de Guerre in October 19 15, and 
also won the Military Cross in June 19 16 for his bravery in rescuing at great personal 
risk a Sergeant who was buried by a direct hit in his dug-out. In August 1916 he 
transferred to the Infantry, reverting to the rank of Lieutenant in his own battalion. 
With it he served through the battle of the Somme. In October he was awarded a Bar 
to his Military Cross for his courage and skill in evacuating the wounded under heavy 
fire. When in rest billets at Noulette Wood he was wounded, and died shortly after- 
wards in No. 22 Clearing Hospital. Buried at Bruay. After his death his Captaincy 
was gazetted. He had also been recommended for the Victoria Cross. 

HERBERT WILLIAM MACKARSIE GUMMING March 12, 1898— Sept. 5,1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Walter W. Gumming; b. Campbellford ; ed. Huron Street I'.s., Toronto; 
University of Toronto Schools; University College, 1914-16; Year executive; c.o.t.c, 
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In March i9i6,on its organisation, he enlisted in the University of Toronto Over- 
seas Training Company as Sergeant and rendered important service as Instructor in that 
imit through its first year. He went overseas in March 1917, and joined the R. Naval 
Air Service. He began his active service flying in September with the 8th Squadron, 
R.X.A.S., and later with the 204th Squadron, R.A.F. He was injured in October but re- 
sumed flying. His service was mostly on the Arras and Dunkerque sections of the 
front. On September 5th, 1918, he was fatally hurt in a crash and died n hospital on 
thesam.^day. Buried at Dunkerque. 

BASIL LANCELOT CUMPSTON March 16, 1893— May 10, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Border Regiment. 

Son of Basil Arthur Cumpston; b. Wapella,Sask.; ed. Weston p.s. and H.s., Upper 
Canada College; U.C.C. Scholar, Trinity College, 1911-15, b.a. (Mod. Hist.); C.o.t.C. 

In May 1915 he enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and went 
overseas as Lance-Corporal the next month. He reached France in August and served 
in the battalion for a time till he returned to England to train for a commission in the 
Imperial Army. Being appointed to the 2nd Border Regiment, he returned to France 
in May 1916. On June 28th he was wounded at the Somme. On May 9th, 1917, near 
Bullecourt, he was reporting to his Commanding Officer the result of a reconnaissance, 
which he had made as Battalion Intelligence Officer, when a shell struck JHeadquarters 
and wounded all the Staff. The next morning he died of his injuries. Buried at Achiet- 
le-Grand. 

JAMES NELSON CUNNINGHAM March 29, 1893— Oct. 11, 1917 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Andrew Cunningham; b. Moose Jaw; ed. Moose Jaw p.s. and h.s.; Applied 
Science, 1911-16, b.a.sc.; C.o.t.C, Sergt., Lieut. 

In the spring of 1916 he joined the Instructional Stafi^ of the Machine Gun Depot 
in M litary District No. 2 with the rank of Sergeant, and was subsequently promoted 
Sergeant-Major. In April 1917, having joined the R. Flying Corps he left for England, 
and after completing his training reached France in September, joining the 56th 
Squadron. A month later, when flying over the German lines on the Armentieres 
front, he was attacked by five planes. His engines were disabled and he was wounded in 
the spine, but succeeded in bringing his plane to the ground within the British lines. He 
was taken to an Australian Casualty Clearing Station, where he died shortly afterwards. 
Burled at Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM July 22, 1888— Sept. 27, 1918 

Lieutenant, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of Robert Cunningham; b. Edinburgh, Scot.; ed. Edinburgh schools; Univer- 
sity of Edinburgh, 1906-10, B.sc; Staff, Applied Chemistry, 19 11-12; Staff in Chemistry 
Manitoba Agricultural College; md. 

In the spring of 19 16 he was appointed to the 196th, Western Universities, Battalion, 
and went overseas In October. He was employed In England for several months as 
Instructor in the Khaki University. In August 1918 he joined the 46th Battalion in 
France, and a month later was killed in action. Burled at Triangle Cemetery. 

WALTER HOWARD CURRY Oct. 27, 1890— Aug. 27, 1918 

Lieutenant, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of James L. Curry; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdowne P.S., Harbord Street c.i., 
Toronto; University College 1910-11. 



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After training in the 216th and 199th Battalions he went overseas with a draft of 
officers in September 1916. On reaching France in November 1917 he was attached to 
the R. Flying Corps for duty till April 1918, when he joined the 19th Battalion. He 
was invalided in May, but rejoined his unit in July. After going through the battle_of 
Amiens, he was killed in action on the first day of the advance from Arras. Buriedat 
Achicourt. 

ALBERT EDWARD CUZNER Aug. 31, 1890— April 29, 19 17 

Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of the late John Cuzner; b. Ottawa; ed. Ottawa Model School and C.I.; Applied 
Science, 1909-10; University College, 1910-15, b.a.; Forestry, 1915-16; Phi Delta 
Theta; Athletic executive; Second and First Rugby colours; Second Hockey colours. 

In 1916 he joined the R. Naval Air Service and served in the 8th Squadron. On 
April 29th, 1917, he was reported as missing when flying over the lines at Vimy Ridge, 
his machine being seen to fall in flames. 

OLIVER GORDON DALRYMPLE Nov. 12, 1894— Nov. 3, 1916 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of John Anderson Dalrymple; ed. Smithfield H.s., Welland H.s.; R. College 
Dental Surgeons, 19 14-16; c.o.T.c. 

In the spring of 19 16 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, C.F..A., 
and went overseas with the first draft from it in June. In October he joined the i8th 
Battery, 5th Brigade, in France. On the Somme front two weeks later he was killed by 
a high explosive shell. He was the first member of the 67th Battery to fall. Buried^at 
Pozieres. 

EYRE FREDERICK MORTON DANN Oct. 31, 1887— Nov. 2, 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventy-second Battalion. 

Son of the late Rev. Canon Dann; b. Limerick, Ireland; ed. privately, and at 
London c.i.; Applied Science, 1905-09, Diploma (Civ. Eng.); Rec. -Secretary, Engineer- 
ing Society; Alpha Delta Phi; British Columbia Hydrographic Survey; 72nd Regt.; 
md. Kathleen Isabel Thompson. " 

In September 19 15 he was appointed to the 72nd, Seaforth Highlanders, Battalion, 
and went overseas in April 19 16. He reached France in August and served on the 
Somme front. On his 29lh birthday he was wounded while with his company in the 
front line at Rcgina Trench. Two days later he succumbed to his injuries at No. 9 
Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Contay, near Albert. 

OSWALD GILBERT DARLING Nov. 22, 1893— Sept. 28, 1918 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the Rev. Charles B. Darling; b. Toronto; cd. Trinity College School, 
University of Toronto Schools, Oakwood C.I., Toronto; Applied Science, 19 14-16; C.O.T.C. 

In the spring of 19 16 he enlisted in the 6th I'niversities Company, p.i'.c.i..i., and 
joined the battalion in France early in 19 17. On \[)ril loth he was severely wounded at 
Vimy Ridge and for a year was convalescing in I'ngland. He rejoined his battalion in 
April 1918, and in August served through the battles of Amiens and Arras. After the 
crossing of the Canal du Nord he was killed in action when in charge of a Lewis-gun crew 
at the storming and raiiture of the village of Sailly near Cambrai. Buried near Sailly. 
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GEORGE THOROLD DAVIDSON July 6, 1887— t)ct. 26, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Only* son of Dr. Alexander Davidson ; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Harbord Street 
C.I., Toronto; University College, 1903-08, B.A. (Pol. Sc); u.c. Literary Society 
executive; Barrister, practising at Medicine Hat. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the Calgary Rifles, but after reaching England he 
received his commission in the k.n.v.r., and served for a time on the Channel patrol. He 
then went with the R. Naval Division to the Aegean for service at Gallipoli, but when 
he reached Mudros the peninsula had been evacuated. He then proceeded with the 
Hood Battalion, r.n.d., to France and served in the Somme campaign. On September 
25th at Beaucourt he volunteered to go into 'No Man's Land' to reconnoitre the 
enemy's trenches. Near the wire he became separated from the Petty Ofifiicer accom- 
I^anying him, who eventually returned wounded. A search party the next night failed 
to find any trace of him. Several months later it was reported that, being wounded and 
captured, he had died next day in a German hospital. 

GORDON PARSONS DAVIDSON Dec. 24, 1892— May 3, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Son of the late George L. Davidson; b. East Toronto; ed. E. Toronto P.s., Kimber- 
ley P.S., Malvern C.I., Toronto; Applied Science, 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Electr. Eng. — Hon.); 
A. H. Winter Joyner Co.; c.o.t.c. 

In the summer of 1915 he enlisted in the 95th Battalion, in which he was promoted 
Sergeant. He went overseas with a draft of C.O.T.C. candidates for Imperial commissions 
in March 19 16, and after training at Oxford was appointed to the R. Scots Fusiliers in 
November. In the spring of 19 17 he joined the ist Battalion of the Regiment in France. 
After a brief service he was missing on May 3rd at Monchy-le-Preux in the battle of 
Arras, and later was reported as having died on that day. 

LAWRENCE LAVELL DAVIDSON Sept. 19, 1896— Nov. 25, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fifth Battalion. 

Son of J. J. Davidson ; b. Drayton ; ed. Yellowgrass, Sask., p.s. and H.s., Regina c.i. ; 
University College, 1913-14, 1915-16; c.o.t.c; 95th Regt., Lieut. 

In March 1916 he was appointed to the 152nd Battalion, and in October joined 
the 5th Battalion in France. Shortly afterwards he was atttached to the ist Canadian 
Entrenching Battalion working in the Souchez area. On April ist 1917 he rejoined the 
5th Battalion, and served through the battles of Vimy, Arleux, and Hill 70. In the battle 
of Passchendaele, as Acting Commander of a company, he served through the heavy 
fighting of November loth. The next day his position was heavily bombarded with gas 
shells. He was badly gassed, but remained with his men a? long as he could, till finally 
he was forced to go to a dressing station. He was then evacuated to No. 14 General 
Hospital at Wimereux, where some days later he died from his injuries. Buried at 
Wimereux. 

ERNEST LANGFORD DAVIES Feb. 12, 1889— Oct. 21, 1916 

Lieutenant, Eighty-seventh Battalion. 

Son of the late David Davies; b. Pernambuco, Brazil; ed. Stourwood School, South- 
bourne, and Ware Grammar School, Eng.; Farming in Ontario and Manitoba; Ontario 
Agricultural College, 1909-13, b.s.a.; Year President; College Water-polo and Swimming 
teams; Graduate student and Laboratory Assistant, Amherst Agricultural College, 
Mass.; StaflF, Ontario Agricultural College, 1914-15. 



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After being refused a number of times on physical grounds, he was accepted for 
service in the 25th Battery, c.f.a., in November 19 15. The following March he received 
his commission and was appointed to the 153rd Battalion. He went overseas in August 
with a draft of officers and almost immediately joined the 87th Battalion in France. 
After a brief service on the Somme front he was killed in action at the taking of Regina 
Trench. 

GUSTAVUS MITCHELL DAVIS Jan. 9, 1874— June 27, 1918 

Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Sheriff Robert H. Davis, m.d., Lt. Col.; b. York, Haldimand Cy.; 
ed. York P.s., Cayuga H.s.; Medicine, 1897-1901, m.b; Practising at Welland; 37th 
Regt.; c.A.M.C, Lieut. 

He volunteered for service in the Infantry, but in September 19 14 was appointed 
to the C.A.M.C. After serving with the Divisional Train and at Bulford Hospital in 
England, he was attached in May 1915 to the 5th Battalion in France and was with 
it through the battle of Festubert. He then transferred to the King Edward Horse. He 
was invalided to England in June 1916, and was attached to the d.m.s. Canadians and 
to the Embarkation staff. In March 19 17 he was appointed to the Hospital Ship Service. 
When H.M.H.s. 'Letitia' was wrecked on the coast of Nova Scotia, he rendered dis- 
tinguished service in the rescue and care of the patients, for which his name was Men- 
tioned in the ofificial communication to the Secretary for War. He was then appointed 
to H.M.H.s. 'Araguaya', and for a time to No. 2 Stationary Hospital at Boulogne. He 
was drowned at sea when H.M.H.s. 'Llandovery Castle', on the staff of which he was 
serving in June 1918, was sunk by an enemy submarine. 

MELVILLE ALLEN DUFF DAVIS Aug. 26, 1890— May 28, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, King's Royal Rifles. 

Son of William H. Davis; b. Tara; ed. Tara p.s., Owen Sound c.i.; Victoria Col- 
lege, 1911-15, 13. A.; C.O.T.C. 

In July 1916 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company and went 
overseas in January 1917. Being appointed to the ist King's Royal Rifles, he reached 
France in May. At Mezieres, in September, he received a severe wound, necessitating 
the amputation of a leg. Several months later he succumbed to meningitis at Blackpool 
Military Hospital. Buried at Blackpool. He was awarded the Military Cross for 
directing the work of carrying and ration parties to the front line under heavy fire, nr ) 
for bringing up bombs during an enemy counter-attack; he also had taken command of 
and reorganised his company at a critical moment. 

IRVIN HARRISON DAWSON April 27, 1888— Sept. i, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery 

Son of John Dawson; b. Indianapolis, U.S.A.; ed. St. Catherines c.i.; Applied 
Science, 1906-09, Diploma (Civ. Eng.); Chi Delta Psi (Psi l^psilon); Faculty Rugby 
team; Engineer, Transcontinental Ry. and Welland Canal; 19th Regt., Lieut. 

In April 1916 he was appointed to the 54th Battery, c.F. A., and went overseas in 
September. He joined the 4th Battery in IVance in March 1917, and served through 
the battles of Vimy, Hill 70 and Passchendaele. I lo was awarded the Military' Cross for 
his courage and skill at Passchendaele, when as Forward Observation Officer he main- 
tained communication through the day under heavy shell fire, and though wounded 
refused to leave his post till relieved the next day. On .Xpril 17th, 1918, he was severely 



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gassed at Achicourt on the Arras front. After serving through the battles of Amiens, 
Arras, Drocourt-Queant, he was wounded by a shell near Cambrai on August 29th when 
on forward duty for his batten,', and three days later died of his injuries in No. 42 
Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Aubigny. 

LESTER JEROME DEACON June 2, 1895— July 28, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Army Service Corps. 

Son of Thomas R. Deacon (Dip. Sc. 1891); b. Kenora; ed. Kenora p. s., Winnipeg P. s., 
Wesley College, Winnipeg; Applied Science, 1914-15. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the 26th Battery, c.F. A., and later transferred to the 
2nd Ammunition Park, m.t., as Driver. He reached France in September, and after 
serving through the winter in the Ypres area, he received his commission in the following 
spring. After a course in England he returned to the front and served through the 
battle of the Sonime in charge of portable machine shops and with the ist Divisional 
Ammunition Park. He then transferred to the ist Divisional Supply Column, and was 
in charge of taking in explosives for the attacks on Vimy and Messines. He was later 
attached to the Canadian section of the 5th Cavalry Divisional Supply Column. He was 
about to return to England for a rest, being exhausted after nearly two years in France, 
but before he could leave he was suddenly taken ill with tubercular peritonitis, from 
which he had previously suffered in his boyhood, and died in hospital at Frevent in a 
few hours. Buried at Frevent. 

CARL DE FALLOT July 17, 1885— July 15, 1915 

Captain, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 

Son of the late Captain de Fallot; b. in Poland; ed. at Tokyo, Japan, and Trinity 
College School; Trinity College, 1902-05, b.a. (Hist. & Pol. Sc); M.A. 1912; College 
Rugby colours; Argonauts Rugby; Teaching at Imperial Naval College, Etajima, 
Japan; Canadian Bank of Commerce, Halifax; 2nd Regt. 

On the outbreak of the war he enlisted in the First Contingent, and was promoted 
Colour-Sergeant in the 12th Battalion. In England he obtained a commission in the 
Loyal N. Lancashires, and went with the 6th Battalion of the Regiment to the Darda- 
nelles in June, 1915. Shortly after his unit had gone into the trenches, on July 13th, 
Turkish snipers marked a path down which a ration party from his company were 
going. Several men were hit. On learning of what had happened he went to render 
assistance, and was wounded in the head by a sniper's bullet. Two days later he suc- 
cumbed to his injuries. Buried at Gaba Tepe, Gallipoli. 

HARRY LYMAN DEVLIN Jan. 15, 1896— Sept. 9, 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Samuel L. Devlin; b. Stayner;ed. Stayner p. s. and h.s., St. Andrew's College; 
Staff of 'Toronto Star'; University College, 1913-15; 'Varsity' staff; Kappa Alpha; 
35th Regt., Lieut. 

In June 1915 he was appointed to the 75th Battalion, and went overseas in the 
following March. He reached France in the summer of 19 16. Shortly afterwards, 
when his battalion was in the line before St. Eloi, he and Lieut. F. C. Howard took out 
a party for a night raid on the German trenches. When they reached the trench the 
enemy opened fire with machine guns, killing him instantly and fatally wounding Lieut. 
Howard. His body could not be found the next day by a search party which v.-ent out. 
It is thought that he was taken in by the Germans and buried beside his brother officer 
at Commines. 



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CLESSON JOHN DICKINSON Dec. 17, 1897— Oct. 16, 1918 

Sergeant Major, Instructional Staff, m.d. No. 3. 

Son of John Dickinson; b. Anderson; ed. Blanshard p.s., St. Mary's c.i.; Victoria 
College, 1915-17; c.o.T.c. 

In June 1917 he enlisted in the Canadian Engineers, Signallers. He was trans- 
ferred to Kingston in November as Instructor in the Eastern Ontario Depot Battalion. 
After eleven months' service there he succumbed to influenza at Belleville. 

 DOUGLAS DICKSON May 18, 1883— April 14, 1917 

Corporal, Forty-seventh Battalion. 

Son of Douglas Dickson; b. Glasgow, Scotland; ed. Hamilton Academy, Glasgow; 
Methodist Probationer, Bay of Quinte Conference; Victoria College, 1915-16; md. 
Marjorie Jane Buck. 

In November 1915 he enlisted in the 80th Battalion, and was made Sergeant. A 
year later he joined the 47th Battalion in France. He had reverted to the rank of 
Private, but was promoted Corporal on the field. On Nov. 24th, 1916, he was slightly 
wounded. At the battle of Vimy he was again wounded, and shortly afterwards suc- 
cumbed to his injuries at No. 6 Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Barlin. 

ARTHUR CLARK DISSETTE Aug. 15, 1886— June 3, 1917 

Flight Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Ser\ ice 

Son of Richard DIssette; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto s.s., Loyola College, Montreal; 
University College, 1903-04, Applied Science, 1904-08; In business at Vi ncouver, B.C. 

In October 191 5 he was appointed to the R. Naval Air Service, and in September 
1916 joined the 3rd Wing in France. He was first employed in bombing, and was 
awarded the French Croix de Guerre for his part in the raid on Freiburg. Later he 
served on scout machines in the Ypres Salient, where he was killed near Poperinghe. 
Buried at Mendinghem, Proven. 

JOHN DUNCAN DOHERTY Sept. 28, 1889— July 26, 1918 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late Rev. A. E. Doherty ; b. Carluke; ed. Keady P.S., Owen Sound p.s. and 
C.I.; University College, 1911-15, b.a. (Philos.); Education, 1915-16; Knox College; 
c.o.T.c. 

In January 19 16 he enlisted in the 43rd Howitzer Battery, c.f.a., with a number 
of other University men. He reached France in July and served through the battles of 
the Somme, Vimy Ridge and the following engagements before Lens. He was wounded 
at Passchendaele on November 14th. During the following months his battery was 
stationed on the Lens and Arras fronts. He was killed at Arras by a premature explosion 
from one of the guns. Buried at Wanquetin. 

EVELYN PERCY DORRELL March 30, 1896— Oct. 14 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 

Son of Lt.-Col. George Henry Dorrell; b. Woking, Eng.; ed. St. Augustine's, 
Ramsgate, Eng.; St. Michael's College, 1913-14; 72nd Regt. 

In the spring of 19 16 he enlisted in the 196th, Western Universities, Battalion, and 
went overseas in the autumn. He obtained his commission in the Queen's R. West 
.Surrey Regiment in July, and was appointed to the Slh Battalion, which he joined in 
November. He served on the Lens, Arras and Cambrai fronts. In I'cbruary 1918 he 
was wounded at Hargicourt. He was killed when crossing at night a narrow bridge over 
the Ri\cr Sclle, near Montrccourt, \\hich was commanded by the enemy's fire. Buried 



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at Delseaux Farm Cemetery near Bapaume. His Commanding Officer wrote that had 
he not died, he would have been recommended for an award for his work on that night 
and for his service on previous occasions in carrying out difficult and dangerous patrols. 

GRANT DOUGLAS Sept. 25, 1887— Aug. 23, 1917 
Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery- 
Son of John Douglas; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., Parkdale c.i., Toronto; 
University College, 1909-13; Law School. 

In May 19 16 he enlisted in 'a' Battery at Kingston, and went overseas in Sep- 
tember. Early in 19 17 he joined the 7th Battery, 2nd Brigade, C.F.A. in France. He 
ser\-ed through the campaign of the following spring and summer on the Vimy-Lens 
front, till shortly after the capture of Hill 70. He was mending a broken wire, so as to 
give warning of an impending gas attack, when he was instantly killed by a shell. 
Buried near the i^lace where he fell, close to the enemy's lines by Hill 70. 

ROBERT JOHN GUNN DOW Oct. 2, 1883— Oct. 30, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Forty-ninth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Ball Dow; b. Whitby; ed. Whitby c.i.; Trinity College, 1902- 
06, B.A. (Pol. Sc. & Hist.); College Athletic executive; College Association football 
team; Barrister; loist Regt. 

Early in 1916 he enlisted in the ranks of the 151st Battalion. He was then given a 
commission in the same unit, and later promoted Captain. Reverting to the rank of 
Lieutenant he joined the 49th Battalion in France. At Passchendaele his battalion had 
been for three days in the attack and he had served with great skill and courage in 
command of his company. On October 30th he was hit by a sniper, but kept on for 
some time until forced to drop out. He insisted on walking to the dressing station as 
so many needed to be carried. He had almost reached a place of safety when he was 
struck by a shell and died almost immediately. 

KENNETH BFTOWN DOWNIE Oct. 18, 1894— Aug. 10, 1916 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late James Downie; b. Sourisford, Man.; ed. Toronto P.s., Melita, 
Man., p.s. and c.i.; University College and Forestry, 1914-16; Knox College; c.o.T.C. 

In January 19 16 he enlisted with several other University men in the 43rd Howit- 
zer Battery', loth Brigade, C.f.a., and went overseas in March. After two weeks at the 
front he was killed by shrapnel while serving as Signaller and repairing telephone wires 
in the Ypres Salient. His was the first death in the battery. Buried at Transport Farm. 

HUBERT SAMUEL DOWSON Dec. 13, 1891— July 31, 191 7 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of Samuel Dowson; b. Perth; ed. North Elmsley P.S., Perth P.s. and c.i.. Model 
School, Kingston; Victoria College, 1914-16; C.O.T.C. 

In April 1916 he enlisted with the Signallers, Canadian Engineers, and reached 
France a year later, when he joined the First Divisional Signal Company. After three 
months service on the Vimy-Lens front he was killed by a shell while laying a line in a 
trench near Hill 70. Buried at Nceux-les-Mines. 

OLIVER CECIL DREW June 26, 1894— July 23, 1917 

Sergeant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Oliver Drew; b. Brock Tp.; ed. Ellis p.s., Brock; Cannington H.s., 
Lindsay C.I.; Education, 1913-14; Teaching at Woodville ; Can. Engrs. 



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In the autumn of 1915 he enlisted with the Ii6th Battalion, in which he was pro- 
moted Sergeant. He reached France in February 1917, and served through the battle 
of Vimy Ridge and the following engagements before Lens. Early in the morning of 
July 23rd he was in the leading party of a raid near Avion. They had reached their first 
objective at a machine-gun post, when the officer was killed. Being joined by the second 
party they went forward till they arrived at a sunken road and embankment from which 
they were forced by the enemy's fire to withdraw. As they retired he was missing and 
could not be found when search was made later. 

GEORGE CLARKE DUFF Aug. 2, 1893— Oct. 8, 19 16 

Lance-Corporal, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of the late Hon. James DufT; b. Cookstown; ed. Cookstown p.s. and H.s.; 
Ontario Agricultural College, 1 190-14, b.s.a.; md. Elizabeth K. Drennan. 

In August 1915 he enlisted in the 76th Battalion, and though shortly afterwards 
he was offered a commission he chose to remain in the ranks. He went overseas in April, 
1916, and in August joined the 4th Battalion at the front. In it he served as a battalion 
scout through the battle of Courcelette. After the attack on Regina Trench his body 
was found in No Man's Land, and it is believed that he had been instantly killed in the 
advance. Buried near-Courcelette. 



JAMES ROBERTSON DUFF Nov. 13, 1876— Oct. 8, 1916 

Lieutenant, Forty-third Battalion. 

Son of the late Peter Duff; b. McNabTp., Renfrew Cy.; ed. Arnprior H.s., Renfrew 
Model Sch.; R. College Dental Surgeons, d.d.s. 1904; Practising at Portage la Prairie; 
99th Regt.; md. Edna L. Haney. 

In September 19 15 he was appointed to the 79th Battalion, in which he was pro- 
moted Captain, and went overseas in April 1916. Reverting to Lieutenant, in August 
he joined the 25th Battalion in France, from which he transferred to the 43rd Battalion. 
He served first in the Ypres area, and then on the Somme as Battalion Bombing Officer. 
On the night of October 7th-8th his Battalion Headquarters moved to the West Mirau- 
mont Road north of Courcelette. The attack was launched just before 5 a.m., and 
shortly after the enemy's barrage opened. As he was assisting to remove wounded men 
from the Headquarters dug-out, a shell struck the stairway killing him and several other 
officers. Buried near the place where he fell. 

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ALEXANDER MITCHELL DUNBAR Jan. 9, 1891— Nov. 5, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of George Dunbar; b. Arthur; ed. Arthur p.s. and U.S.; University College, 
1911-13. 

In January 1916 he enlisted in the 43rd Howitzer Battery, c.f.a., with a number of 
University men from Knox College, and went overseas a month later. He reached 
France with the battery in the summer and served through the battles of the Somme 
and Vimy Ridge and the following campaign before Lens. At Passchendaele he was 
wounded and died two days later in a Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Poperinghe. 

ARTHUR JACKSON DUNCAN April 3, 1893— Oct. 10, 19 18 

Captain, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of Lyle Duncan; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdownc Ave. P.s., Model School, Harbord 
St. C.I., Toronto; University College, 19 10-14, "A. (Pol. Sc); Editor, 'Varsity '; 109th 
Regt., Lieut.; md. Muriel Meharg. 



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In January 1916 he was appointed to the i8oth Battalion, and in September was 
promoted Captain. He went overseas the following month, and was Acting Major and 
Musketry- Instructor at West Sandling. Reverting to the rank of Lieutenant he joined 
the 19th Battalion in France. He was seriously wounded on August 15th, 1917, at Hill 
70, but in November rejoined his battalion, to which he was appointed Adjutant. In 
February' he became a Company Commander, and was again promoted Captain in the 
autumn. He served through the fighting south of Arras from March to June, 19 18, and 
the battles of Amiens, Arras, Cambrai in the summer. On the night of October loth, at 
a position beyond Cambrai, he went out with his Sergeant in the darkness to straighten 
his line. Next morning the Sergeant was found killed by machine gun bullets. From 
German sources it was reported later that he himself had also been killed that night, but 
the details were never ascertained. 

GEORGE GORDON DUNCAN Jan. 25, 1892— May 22, 1915 

Captain, Tenth Battalion. 

Son of the Rev. George P. Duncan; ed. Unionville P.s., Markham H.s., Wingham 
H.S.; University College, 1909-10; Medicine, 1911-12; Consumers Gas Co., Toronto; 
36th Regt., Capt. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed to the 4th Battalion, and later transferred to the 
lOth Battalion of which he became Adjutant. He reached France in February 1915, and 
served through the battle of Ypres, being wounded on April 23rd. A month later he was 
killed in action at Festubert. 

THOMAS WILFRID DUNCAN Aug. 20, 1896— Sept. 26, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of T. R. Duncan; b. Mooretown; ed. Moore p.s., Sarnia c.i.; Applied Science, 
1916-17; C.O.T.C. 

In 19 17 he joined the Royal Air Force, and after qualifying was employed as In- 
structor. On September 25th his plane crashed at Deseronto, and he succumbed to his 
injuries the next day. 

GEORGE DUNDAS Oct. 22, 1890— Sept. 2, 19 18 

Captain, Royal Field Artillery. 

Son of William J. Dundas; b. Wheatley; ed. Wheatley p.s., Albert College, Belle- 
ville; Victoria College, 19 12-15; c.o.T.c. 

Early in 19 15 he enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery. He obtained a com- 
mission in the R. Field Artillery in England, and in the course of his service was pro- 
moted to a Captaincy. In March 19 16 he joined the i6ist Brigade in France. He 
received the Military Cross in October for conspicuous bravery under heavy fire at the 
Somme, when he was in command of four trench mortars placed at widely separat ed 
points. In September 19 17 he was gassed. He was awarded a Bar to his Military 
Cross in 1918 for his service during the March Retreat. He was killed in aclicn when 
taking part in the advance east of Amiens. Buried at Daours. 

GUY PEIRCE DUNSTAN July 9, 1892— July i, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Border Regiment. 

Son of Kenneth J. Dunstan; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Upper Canada College; 
University College, 1911-15, B.A.; xiii Club; Zeta Psi; C.O.T.C. 

In May 19 15 he enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and went 
overseas in June. He received his commission in England in the i ith Service Battalion, 
Border Regiment (Lonsdale), and then was appointed to the Headquarters StafT of the 



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97th Infantry Brigade, to which his battalion belonged. He reached France in November, 
going to the Albert-Thiepval area. On the first day of the battle of the Somme he was 
killed in action while carrying a despatch from the Brigade Headquarters to the Border 
Regiment near Thiepval. Buried in Lonsdale Cemetery, Aveluy, near Albert. 

WILFRID ELLIS DURANT Jan. 20, 1895— July 2, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of \V. A. Durant; b. ChestervlUe; ed. Winchester p.s., Chesterville H.s., Kempt- 
villec.l.; Education, 1914-15; Teaching at s.s. 10, Winchester, Dundas Cy.; C.O.T.C. 

In March 19 17 he joined the R. Naval Air Service and went overseas in May. On 
completing his training he went to France in November, and served in the Ypres area. 
After the change of organisation he was serving with the 29th Squadron, R. Air Force. 
The day of his death he was leading his squadron at a great height over the Ypres front 
when he was attacked by two German planes which came down from above a cloud. He 
was shot through the head and fell near Battery Corner. Buried at St. Omer. 

NORMAN OLIVER DYNES March 31, 1895— Oct. 15, 1918 

Cadet, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Oliver Dynes; b. Toronto; ed. Cottingham and Jesse Ketchum p.ss., River- 
dale and Jarvis Street C.I., Toronto; Victoria College, 1914-17. 

In the fall of 191*7 he joined the R. Flying Corps as Cadet, and before his training 
was completed, died of pneumonia at Toronto. 

FREDERICK LAWRENCE EARDLEY-WILMOT Feb. 25, 1895— March 18, 1915 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Col. A. Eardley-Wilmot, c.m.g.; b. Portsmouth, Eng.; ed. Pelham House 
School and Cheltenham College, Eng.; Applied Science, 1913-14; Theta Delta Chi; 
Cheltenham College o.t.c. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed unpaid supernumerary Lieutenant in the 
P.P.C.L.I., and was taken on the paid establishment when in England. The regiment left 
for France in December as part of the 27th Division. He was then appointed Machine 
Gun Officer for the battalion and took a course at St. Omer. Not long after he had 
rejoined the unit near St. Eloi, when he was accompanying his Commanding Officer bj' 
night to select a machine gun position, he was instantly killed at an exposed point of 
the trench which was within a few yards of the German line. Buried at Voormezeele. 

FRANK DOUGLAS EARLY Aug. 15, 1888— May 14, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army V'eterinary Corps. 

Son of James Early; b. Brampton; ed. Brampton p.s. and h.s.; Ontario Veterinary 
College, 1910-12; Veterinary Surgeon, practising at Semans, Sask.; md. Hilda Mayc 
Willard. 

In January 1915 he was appointed to the Army Veterinary Corps, and for several 
months served in France, being attached to the Imperial Forces. He returned to Canada 
early in 1916, but a year later went overseas again. During his second period of service 
in IVance he was attached to the Strathcona Horse till March 1918, when he was taken 
seriously ill, and shortly afterwards was sent liack to Canada. In less than a month after 
his return lie died in hos|)ital at Kiniujslon. P.uricd a( Brampton. 



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JAFFRAV EATON June 6, 1886— Oct. 26, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the kite Christopher Eaton; b. Owen Sound: ed. Owen Sound p.s. and c.i.; 
I'niveisity College, 1902-05, 1906-07, b.a.; Gymnasium team; Staff of 'Toronto Globe'; 
Toronto Press Club executive; Newspapermen's Rifle Association; 31st Regt., Major, 
Adjt. 

As Adjutant of his Militia Regiment he had taken an active part in recruiting and 
training men in 19 14, and a hundred men from Owen Sound joined the First Contingent. 
In 1915 he was appointed Adjutant of the 86th Machine Gun Battalion, and in January 
19 16 transferred to the 147th Grey County Battalion as Major and Second in com- 
mand. On the reduction of the battalion establishment before going overseas he re- 
verted to the rank of Captain and became Quartermaster to the unit. He served as 
Quartermaster to the 8th Reserve Battalion in England till August 19 17, when he was 
allowed to revert to the rank of Lieutenant and joined the 4th Mounted Rifles in France. 
He was instantly killed on October 26th in the battle of Passchendaele, when his platoon 
was on the extreme flank and suffered so severely that only two returned. 

HAROLD SYLVESTER EDMONDS Oct. 20, 1895— April 20, 1917 
Second Lieutenant, Wiltshire Regiment. 
Son of Richard Edmonds; b. Simcoe; ed. Simcoe p.s. and H.s.; Forestry, 1914-16; 

C.O.T.C. 

In February 1916 he was chosen from the C.O.T.C. as a candidate for an Imperial 
commission. After completing his training he was appointed to the Wiltshire Regiment 
in November, and joined the 2nd Battalion in France in December. He served in the 
trench warfare south of Arras during the following months. In the attack on Vimy 
Ridge on April 9th he led his platoon up to the enemy's wires, where he was wounded. 
Owing to the severe fighting it was not possible to bring him in till the night of the next 
day. Ten days later he succumbed to his injuries when at No. 24 General Hospital, 
Etaples. Buried at Etaples. For his work on the 9th before he was wounded he was 
recommended for the Military Cross, which was presented to his parents after his death. 

WILFRED EUGENE EDMONDS Sept. 13, 1876— Nov. i, 1918 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of William B. Edmonds; b. Norwich; ed. Norwich p.s.; College of Pharmacy, 
PHM.B 1896; Druggist at Norwich, Ont., and Butte, Montana; md. Katharine M. 
Harper. 

In August 1918 he enlisted at San Francisco with the r.a.m.c, being attached to 
the 3rd Training Battalion. Shortly after arriving in England he succumbed to in- 
fluenza at Kirkham Military Hospital, Blackpool. Buried at Blackpool. 

CLAUDE ELSDEN ELLIOTT Aug. 2, 1894— Sept. 5, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Rev. George Elliott; b. Comber; ed. Tyrconnell p.s., Dutton H.s.; 
University College, 191 1-15, b.a.; Wycliffe College; Year Vice-President; y.m.ca. 
executive; c.o.T.c. 

In October 19 15 he enlisted in No. 2 Field Ambulance Depot. On reaching France 
in June 1916 he joined No. 7 Canadian General Hospital, which was then stationed at 
Le Treport and later at Etaples. He served in this unit for several months, being pro- 
moted Sergeant in August 19 17. He left for England in January 19 18, to train for the 
Air Service. Shortly after qualifying and receiving his commission he was killed in an 
accident at Hooton Park. Buried at Eastham, Cheshire. 



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JOSEPH ELLIOTT April i, 1871— Dec. 12, 1919 

Captain, Canadian Chaplain Service. 

Son of the late Thomas Elliott; b. Bayfield; ed. Galtc.i.; University College 1883- 
87, B.A.; Knox College; Presbyterian Ministry at Nairn and Beechwood; md. Eleanor 
Rose Esson. 

He went overseas in December 1915 and was attached as Chaplain to the 9th c.m.r. 
and later to the a.s.c. at Bramshott. Going to France in June 1916, he served with the 
6th Infantry Brigade in the Salient, at the Somme and on the Vimy front. He was 
invalided to England in November and was attached to the 1st Casualty Training 
Battalion and the 2nd Command Depot at Hastings and St. Leonards. In June 1917 
he was appointed Senior Chaplain to the Machine Gun Depot at Crowborough, and in 
July to the Railway Troops at Purfleet. From January 1918 to July 1919 he was 
Chaplain to No. 4, University of Toronto, General Hospital at Basingstoke. Returning 
home with this unit, he was invalided and died at St. Andrew's Hospital, Toronto, in 
December. Buried at London, Ont. 

DOUGLAS QUIRK ELLIS Sept. 13, 1896— Feb. 8, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Canadian Railway Troops and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Matthew C. Ellis; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Upper Canada College; 

University College, 1914-16; Chi Delta Psi (PsI Upsilon); c.o.T.c. 

In May 19 16 he was appointed to the Canadian Army Service Corps, and served 

in Military District No. 2. Later he transferred to the Canadian Railway Troops, with 

a draft of which he went overseas in August 1917. He then was seconded to the R. 

Flying Corps, and trained at Reading and St. Albans. He was killed in a collision 

while flying near St. Albans. Buried at Toronto. 

JUDSON HAROLD ELLIS March 24, 1891— May 21, 1915 

Private, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of William Sandford Ellis; b. Thornbury; ed. Alliston p.s. and H.s.; College 
of Pharmacy, phm.b. 19 13; Druggist. 

He enlisted in the c.a.m.c, First Contingent, in August 19 14. Going to France in 
the 3rd Field Ambulance in February 19 15, he served through the battle of Ypres in 
April. At Festubert, after the attack on the Orchard on May 20th, owing to the heavy 
casualties an appeal was made to the 3rd Field Ambulance for volunteers to assist in 
carrying in the wounded. With seven others and an ofificer he went forward and helped 
in the work under heavy fire till he himself and his friend, Private Little, were fatally 
wounded. The next day he succumbed to his injuries. Buried at Hinges. 

SHIRLEY DUNCAN ELLIS Nov. 19, 1892— March 19, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. 

Son of W. H. Ellis; b. Victoria, B.C.; ed. Victoria H.s.; School of Mines, Denver, 
Col.; Applied Science, 1911-14, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng. — Hon.); Mining Engineer in Chile. 

On the outbreak of the War he reported to the British Consul in Chile and crossed 
to England. Here he joined the Artists Rifles, from which he obtained his commission 
in the R. Engineers. He went to France in the summer of 19 15 with the 173rd Company, 
R.E. After seven months in the trenches he was taken ill and removed to hospital at 
Bethune, where he underwent an oi)eration but did not recover. Buried at Bolliune. 
It was announced after his death that the Military Cross had been awarded to him for 
his service in rescuing a party of his men who had been entombed in a mine. The work 
took several hours and was carried out under heavy shell fire. When it was completed 
he collapsed, and it was due to his exhaustion in this eff^ort that he succumbed a few 
days later. 



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RE.MV BAZIL ELMSLEY Sept. 21, 1882— Oct. 4, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of the late Remy Elmsley; b. Toronto; ed. St. Augustine's, Ramsgate, Eng. 
University College, 1899-01; Applied Science, 1901-03; Kappa Alpha; Engineering at 
Elk Lake; 97th Regt. 

In the autumn of 19 14 he enlisted in the 20th Battalion, with which he went over- 
seas in May 19 15. He transferred in England to the Engineers and reached France in 
November. He served in the ranks of the 2nd Field Company, first in the Messines- 
Yprcs area, and then through the battles of Zillebeke and the Sonime, at Courcelette and 
Regina Trench. After spending the winter and following spring on the Vimy front, he 
was sent in April 19 17 to train for a commission. Returning to his unit in September 
he served through the battle of Passchendaele, and in the following months on the Lens- 
Arras front. He took part in the battles of Amiens and Arras during the summer of 19 18, 
and in the advance on Cambrai. During the fighting before that city he was killed 
instantly by a bomb from an aeroplane while he and a party of engineers were repairing 
a wire entanglement. Buried at Bourlon Wood. 

WILLIAM LAURANCE EVANS May 8, 1890— Aug. 11, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of W. J. Evans; b. St. Mary's; ed. St. Mary's P.s. and C.I.; Massey Harris Co., 
Regina, 1907-10; Medicine, 19 10-15, m.b.; President, University Western Club; i6th 
Light Horse; C.O.T.C. 

On graduating in May 19 15 he joined the c.a.m.c. and shortly afterwards trans- 
ferred to the R.A.M.c, going overseas in November. For a short time he was on duty at 
Lark Hill, and then went to France in February 19 16, being appointed to one of the 
Field Ambulances of the 55th Division. Soon afterwards he became Medical Officer to 
the I /6th King's Liverpool Regiment with which he served on the Somme front to the 
time of his death. He was instantly killed near the village of Guillemont as he was 
digging out one of his men who had been buried after the explosion of a shell. Buried at 
Maricourt. 

WINFIELD FAULDS Dec. 12, 1872— Oct. 10, 1918 

Lieutenant, United States Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Major William Faulds; b. Aylmer West, Ont. ; ed. Aylmer p.s. and 
C.I.; College of Pharmacy, PHM.B. 1905; Druggist at Aylmer; m.d., Chicago; Practising 
at Geary, 111., and Butte, Mont. 

In 1917 he was appointed to the U.S. Army Medical Corps, io8th Sanitary Train, 
35th Sanitary Squadron. Reaching France in 1918, he served with the 33rd Division on 
the Amiens front during July and August, and then on the Verdun and Meuse-Argonne 
sectors. He died of pneumonia at No. 7 Camp Hospital, a.e.f., and was buried at 
Rolempont, Haute Marne. 

JOHN CECIL FEENEY July 11, 1897— Sept. 15, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of John II. Feeney; b. Marmora; ed. Peterborough s.s. and c.i.; St. Michael's 
College 1913-16 ; College Rugby, Hockey, Baseball teams; c.o.T.c. 

Though qualified as a Lieutenant in the c.o.T.c. he enlisted in the ranks of the 
5th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., early in 1916. In July he joined the battalion in 
France, being attached to the Headquarters bombers. Two months later he was killed 
in action at the battle of Courcelette. Buried where he fell. 



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THOMAS HAROLD FENNELL May 16, 1889— May 17, 1916. 

Lieuten-nt, Second Canadian Mountei Rifles. 

Son of Joshua Fennell; b. Carp; eel. Arn prior H.s.; Education 1908-09; b.a., Queen's 
University; Teaching at Belleville Ci. ; 21st Hussars, Lieut. 

He was appointed in March 19 15 to the 3rd Mounted Rifles and went overseas in 
June. In the fall of the same year he went to France with the 2nd Mounted Rifles, and 
served through the winter on the Ploegsteert-Messines front, and then in the Salient. 
He was instantly killed by a sniper while he was setting out a machine gun in a new 
emplacement. Buried at Poperinghe. 

HUBERT JEFFERSON FENTON Aug. 2, 1884— Oct. 18, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of David J. Fenton; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton p.s. and c.i.; Playground 
supervisor, Hamilton; Methodist Ministry, Dyer's Bay and Kemble; Victoria College 
1910-15, B.A.; Victoria Glee Club; c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

In May 19 15 he was appointed to the 84th Battalion as Machine Gun Ofiicer, and 
went overseas in June 19 16. He crossed with the 54th, B.C., Battalion to France in 
August. He was instantly killed by a shell where his platoon was holding a dangerous 
section of the f.ont line trenches at the Somme. Buried near the place where he fell. 

ARCHIBALD MACKENZIE FERGUSSON March 25, 1890— Aug. 24, 1918 

Private, Thirty-first Battalion. 

Sonof Dr. JohnFergusson; b. Essex; ed. Ridgetown c.i.; University College 1907- 
1 1 ; Royal Bank. 

He enlisted in November 19 17 and went overseas the following March. In July 
19 18 he joined the 31st Battalion in France, and served on the Arras-NeuviLle-Vitasse 
front. He was instantly killed by a sniper on August 24th while on daylight patrol. 
Buried at Wailly Orchard Cemetery near Arras. 

VICTOR ARCHIBALD TERRIER Aug'. 29, 1893— June 2, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Chester Ferrier; b. Toronto; ed. Mimico P.s., Parkdale C.i.; University 
College 1911-14. 

In October 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p. p. c.i.. I., and went 
overseas in November. He joined the battalion in Flanders in the spring of 19 16. After 
the battle of Sanctuary Wood he was reported as wounded and missing. Later a 
prisoner in Germany, who belonged to the same company, stated that he had seen him 
killed on that day. 

GEORGE RIVERS SANDERSON FLEMING April 15, 1886— April 17, 1917 

Flight Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Sonof Atwell Fleming; b. London, Ont.; ed. Ilarbord Street c.i., Toronto; Victoria 
College 1903-04; Applied .Science 1904-07, Diploma (Civ. Eng.); AtwcU Fleming Co. 

In August 19 15 he was appointed to the R. Naval Air Service, and reached France 
in the summer of 19 16. He was for a time employed in taking planes from England to 
a point near Paris; and then moved to Luxeuil, south of Nancy, with No. 3 Wing. From 
this point he was sent out on bombing expeditions against German munuions plants. 
On .'Xpril 14, 1917, when returning from a raid on Freiburg, he was shot down, the tail 
of his machine being blown away. He received fatal injuries, his breast bone and leg 
being broken. After regaining consciousness he was quite bright for some hours, but 
three days later succumbed to his injuries. Buried at Lcl)crau, Alsace. 



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JAMES STEPHENSON FLEMING April 15, 1892— April 11, 1916 

Sergeant, Second Canadian Pioneer Battalion. 

Son of Thomas Fleming; b. Trenton; ed. Brockville P.s. and c.i.; Applied Science 
1909-14, B.A.sc. 1916 (Min. Eng.); Mining Engineer at Timmins, Ont. 

In October 19 15 he enlisted in the 2nd Pioneer Battalion, and went overseas in 
December. While in England he completed a six months' course in signalling in six 
weeks. He reached France in March 19 16 and' served in the Ypres area. A few nights 
before his death, at the battle of St. Eloi, he rendered valuable service in helping to 
extricate a large number of men from a dangerous position, under heavy artillery fire. 
On the night of April lO-i i he was directing a party of men in repairing damages to the 
parapet after a bombardment, when he received a rifle bullet in the head which caused 
almost instant death. Buried at Ridgewood Cemetery, near Voormezeele. Shortly 
before his death he had been recommended for a commission. 

PETER McLAREN FORIN Jan. 28, 1869— April 19, 19 15 

Captain, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late John Forin; b. Belleville; ed. Belleville P.s. and H.s.; University 
College 1887-91, B.A.; Queen's University School of Mines; Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 
and practising in British Columbia; 102nd Regt., Capt. 

In the autumn of 19 14 he was appointed to the 34th Battery, C.F.A. The following 
spring he died of pneumonia contracted when in training at the Royal School of Artillery 
in Kingston. Buried at Belleville. 

GORDON OLIVER FORSYTH Nov. 10, 1890— Oct. 10, 1918 

Lieutenant, Imperial Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of John Forsyth; b. Toronto; ed. Mount Shaver p.s., Orangeville H.s.; Uni- 
versity College 1909-14, B.A.; Education 1914-15; Teaching at Dufferin Street School, 
Toronto; c.o.t.c. 

In March 1916 he was appointed to the 182nd Battalion. On the reduction of its 
establishment, he enlisted in the University Training Company, from which he went 
overseas in June 1917. He was appointed to the Imperial Machine Gun Corps and 
joined the 37th Battalion. Reaching France in November, he served on the Cambrai 
front in the Third Army. In the advance near Le Cateau on October loth, 1918, he was 
going forward to discover the enemy's position, when he saw signs of a detached party 
left behind by the Germans to convey news of the advance. After bringing up more men 
he was about to rush the position, when two machine guns opened fire, killing him 
instantly. Buried at Viesly near Caudry. 

ROY ANDERSON FORSYTH Feb. 19, 1895— Nov. 28, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of John A. Forsyth; b. Teeswater; ed. St. Thomas and London p.ss., London 
C.I., Jarvis Street C.i., and Oakwood c.i., Toronto; Trinity College 1912-13, University 
College 1913-14. 

In November 1914 he enlisted in the 19th Battalion, and was later promoted to 
Sergeant, Headquarters, 4th Infantry Brigade. He reached France in September 1915 
and served in the Ploegsteert-Ypres area, and through the battles of St. Eloi, Zillebeke, 
and the Somme. He obtained his commission in March 1917 in the R. Field Artillery, 
and in May transferred to the R. Flying Corps as an Observer in the 7th Squadron. On 
the morning of November 28th his plane went over the line with one other. They en- 
countered five German planes and after a severe fight drove them off. He and his Pilot 



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were last seen by their companions going apparently without difficulty, but were lost 
sight of in the fog. Some days later a German mesasge was dropped stating that the 
machine had landed within their lines and the Pilot had been killed, but no details were 
learned of the Observer's fate. 

FRANKLIN JAMES FOSTER July 23, 1890— Aug. 23, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Adam Foster; b. Clinton; ed. Clinton p.s., Goderich c.i.; University College 
1910-14, B.A. (Pol. Sci.); u.c. Literary Society executive; 'Varsity' staff; Regina Law 
School. 

In June 19 16 he enlisted in the Univ^ersity Overseas Training Company, and in 
September joined the R. Flying Corps, passing first in the qualifying examination. He 
went to France in April 1917 and joined the nth Squadron, 13th Wing, on the Lens- 
Cambrai front. On the day of his death he was out on patrol near Warlincourt, when 
a storm broke and a number of the machines made for the aerodrome. He had almost 
landed when another plane crossed his course. He might have landed safely himself, 
but in doing so would have endangered those in the other machine. To av'oid a collision 
he turned upwards again, but his engine stalled and the machine crashed, instantly 
killing him and his Observer. Buried at Saulty. 

FINLAY DAVID FRASER Dec. 2, 1886— Aug. 12, 1916 

Captain, Fourth Battalion. 

Sen of the late Robert I. Eraser; b. Brantford; ed. Barrie P.s., Brantford p.s. and 
C.I.; Ontario College of Pharmacy, phm.b. 1910; Druggist, firm of S. Tapscott & Co., 
Brantford; 38th Regt., Capt. 

In January 1915 he was appointed to the 36th Battalion, and went overseas in June. 
A year later he joined the 4th Batlalion in France. After only two days in the trenches 
he was taken ill with appendicitis. Though operated on at No. 10 Casualty Clearing 
Station he continued seriously ill and died a month afterwards at No. 14 General Hospital 
in Boulogne. Buried at Wimereux. 

GEORGE MATTHEW FRETWELL Oct. 28, 1893— Sept. 27, 1918 

Corporal, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of William Fretwell; b. Waterdown; ed. Waterdown P.s. and H.s.; Medicine 
1911-14; Canadian Express Co. 

He enlisted in January 1918, and went overseas in March. After training at the 
Machine Gun Depot, Seaford, he went to France in August 1915, joining the 2nd Motor 
Machine Gun Brigade. After serving at the Canal du Nord he fell near Cambrai, being 
instantly killed by a shell as he was carrying ammunition to one of the guns of the 
battery. Buried at Sailly. For his good work he had been promoted Corporal on the 
morning of his death. 

HARRY WILLIAM FROGLEY Nov. 2, 1887— April 30, 19 16 

Lance-Corporal, Canadian Engineers. 

.Son of Charles J. Frogley; b. Toronto; ed. St. Clement's School, N. Toronto; 
Applied Science 1908-10; Mainer Electrical Co., Winnipeg. 

In October 19 14 he enlisted in the Engineers of the Second Divisicn, and went o\er- 
seas in May 19 15. He went to France in July and served in the Ypres area. He was 
killed four miles south of Ypres when a shell exploded in his dug-out, none of the paity 
surviving. Buried at Dickebusch. 



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ALMIN MINOR FROOM iMay 24, 1893— Sept. 53, 1918 

Cadet, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Ambrose C. Froom; b. Ormonde; ed. Ottawa P. s. and c.i., Regina P.s. and 
C.I.; University College 1911-14; ]McMaster University, B A.; Vice-President, Western 
Club. 

In January 1918 he joined the R. Flying Corps as Cadet, and trained at Leaside and 
Beamsville. At the latter place he -was killed in an accident while making a solo flight. 
Buried at Regina. 

GEORGE GORDON GALLOWAY June 9, 1894— Feb. 10, 1916 

Corporal, Canadian Field Artillery'. 

Son of W. Oswald Gallowaj-; b. Toronto; ed. Borden Street p.s. , Harboid Streetc.i. 
Toronto; Prince of Wales Scholar; University College 1911-15, b.a. (Math. & Phys.); 
William Mulock Scholar; a.a.a.s. Scholar; Year President; u.c. Literary Society 
executive. 

After undergoing an operation in order to be accepted for ser^-ice he enlisted in 
March 1915, with a number of others frcm the Univ€rsity, in the 26th Batters^, c.f a., 
and before going overseas had qualified for Sergeant. The battery^ went to England in 
August, and reached France in Januarj^ 1916. On February' 7th just after the battery 
had moved4nto action, he went up to the front line in charge of the telephonists. The 
next afternoon he was hit by a sniper when passing an exposed corner of the trench. He 
was removed to No. 8 Casualty Clearing Station at Bailleul, where he died early In the 
morning of the second day. Buried at Bailleul. 

GERALD GALT Oct. 12, 1887— Dec. 25, 1916 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Sonof the Hon. Mr. Justice Gait; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto Church School; Applied 
Science 1903-07, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng.); Zeta Psi; Mining Engineer, Treadwell Mine, 
Alaska, and Braden Copper Co., Rancagua, Chile. 

In the summer of 1916 he returned to Canada from Chile and joined the 3rd Tunnel- 
ling Company, Canadian Engineers, at Ottawa. He reached France in September. After 
a brief service at the front, he was killed instantly by a shell on Christmas Day, when 
engaged in tunnelling operations near Messines. Buried at Hyde Park Corner Ceme- 
tery*, Ploegsteert. 

FRANCIS EGMONT GANE Feb. 4, 1885— :\Iay 13, 1916 

Captain, Forty-third Battalion. 

Son of the late Francis J. Gane; b. Normanby, New Zealand; ed. Normanby, n.z.; 
Mining 1903-05; Dawson, y.t., h.s. 1905-07; University College 1907-10, 1911-12, b.a. 
(Classics); Treasurer, u.c. Literary Society; m.a. 19 14; Staff, Manitoba College. 

In May 1915 he was appointed to the 43rd, Cameron Highlanders, Battalion, and 
went overseas in June. The battalion reached France in January 1916 and his serv'ice 
was mostly in the Ypres Salient. He was killed by a sniper on the evening of May 13th 
while he was in charge of a working party behind the front line. Buried at 'Railway 
Dug-outs', near Zillebeke. 

RUSSELL THOMAS GARDNER Sept. 25, 1895— Sept. 20, 1917 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Sen of John F. Gardner; b. Guelph; ed. Jesse Ketchum, Fern Avenue p.ss.. Park- 
dale C.I., Tcrcnto; Applied Science 1915-16; College Jr. Rugby team; c.o.T.c. 

In 1916 he enlisted in the 53rd Battery ,c.f.a., and went overseas in September. He 
was promoted Corporal in England, and was for a time attached to the Ammunition 



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Column, but reverted and rejoined the 53rd Battery in order to reach the front. He 
went to France in August of 1917, and served on the Lens front. A month later he fell — 
the first of the batter>-. The battel y was being shelled at interv-als, and the men weie 
working to build up cover for the gun position, when a shell splinter pierced hisheait 
killing him instantly and painlessly. Buried at Aix-Noulette. 

JOHN URE GARROW April 14, 1888— Sept. 12, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fourth Csnadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the late Hon. Mr. Justice Garrow; b. Goderich; ed. Goderich c.i., Toronto 
Church School, Upper Canada College; Univ-ersity College 1906-07, 1908-12, B.A. (Pol. 
Sc); XIII Club; Alpha Delta Phi; Law School; Called to the Bar 1915; c.o.T.c. 

In August 1915 he was appointed to the 74th battalion, and went overseas the 
following April. He crossed to France in June 1916 with a reinforcing draft to the 4th 
Mounted Rifles after the battle of Sanctuary Wood. He served first in the Ypres area 
and then went to the Somm.e with his battalion. At Courcelette he w-as fatally gassed 
while placing his f laloon in a section of the line. Buried at Puchevillers. 

JAMES ALEXANDER GARVIE May 13, 1896— Aug. 21, 1918 

Lieutenant, King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Son of William Alexander Garvie; b. Leith, Scotland; ed. Bonnington Academy, 
Leith; King Edward p.s., Oakwood c.i., Harbord Street c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 
I9I4-16; C.O.T.C. 

In the spring of 1916 he went overseas in a draft from the C.O.T.C, and obtained 
his commission in the King's Own Scottish Borderers, 2nd Battalion. He reached France 
in December and served through the Vimy campaign and the battle of Passchendaele. 
He was aw^arded the Military Cross fcr his service in this battle, when at Polderhoek on 
October 4-5, after all the other officers and riiost of the N.C.O.'s had become casualties, 
he took command of the company, and led his men with conspicuous bravery under 
hea\^ and continuous fire. At the end of the year he went with his battalion to the 
Italian front. Here he served on the Piave section till April 1918, when he returned to 
France. On the night of August 20th the battalion had gone into the trenches two miles 
in front of Gommecourt. The ne.xt day sone of his men were buried from the explosion 
of an enemy's shell in the trench, and when helping to dig them out he was instantly 
killed by a second shell. Buried at Gommecourt Chateau Cemetery. 

GORDON SMITH MELLIS GAULD May 22, 1893— March 25, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery and Royal Flying Corps. 

Sen of the Rev. William Gauld; b. Tamsui, Formosa; ed. Tuckersmith p.s., Exeter 
Ccntn. School, Seaforth ex.; University College 1911-15, b.a. (Philos.); Knox College; 
Year President; u.c, Y.M.C.A.; Vice-President, U.C. Literary Society; 'Varsity' staff. 

In February 1915 he enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery. He obtained a 
commission in the R. Field Artillery in England, and reaching France in April 19 16 
served with the 149th Brigade, mostly on the Somme front. He was awarded the Mili- 
tary Cross for his service on July 5th-6th, when as Forward Observation Officer at the 
Briquetterie, he kept up, under heavy fire, visual communication with Headquarters 
after the wires had been broken. He had already been recommended for his courage in 
putting out a fire in a gun f.it alter a premature explosion by which he himself had been 
wounded. In the spring of 19 17 he was seccnded to the R. Fying Corps, and spent four 
months with the 8th Squadron in France as Artillery Observer. He then went to 
England to train as a Pilot, and on finishing his course was employed as Instructor. 
When he was flying with a pupil at Harlaxton, the machine crashed, from an unknown 
cause, killing both instantly. Buried at Grantham. 
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JOHN D. GEAR Nov. 29, 1897— Nov. 10, 1918 

Surgeon Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Son of Dr. Henry Gear; b. Erin; ed. Erin P.s. and Continuation School; Medicine 
1915-18; C.O.T.C. 

In January 19 16 he tried to enlist with the Signallers but was rejected. He was 
accepted as Surgeon Probationer in the r.n.v.r. in April 19 18 and after training at 
the R. Naval Hospital, Haslar, was appointed to h.m.s. 'Melampus', Destroyer, on 
the North Sea patrol. After some months service he died following a brief illness from 
influenza at No. 3 London General Hospital, Wandswotrh. Buried at Brookwood, 
Surrey. 

WILLIAM MILLER GEGGIE Aug. 18, 1893— Oct. 4, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Imperial Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of the Rev. A. Logan Geggie; b. Truro, N.s.; ed. Queen Victoria P.s., Parkdale 
C.I., Toronto, St. Andrew's College; University College 1911-13; Law School; Firm of 
Douglas & Gibson; c.o.T.c. 

He went overseas in March 19 16 with the second draft of C.O.T.C candidates for 
Imperial commissions, and was appointed to the Machine Gun Corps in January 1917. 
After leaving the school at Grantham he was given the command of a section of machine 
gunners whom he had trained from the beginning He went to France with them in the 
227th Company in July. After a brief service at the front he was killed by a shell 
while he was giving supporting fire from his guns during an attack and was holding the 
foremost position of his company. 

DONALD PATZKI GIBSON May 2, 1891— July 6, 19 18 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Alfred E. Gibson; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto, Wingham, Seaforth p.ss., St. 
Andrew's College, Wesley College; University College 191 2-13; Chi Delta Psi (Psi 
Upsilon); Canadian Bank of Commerce. 

After being twice rejected for active service as physically unfit, he was accepted in 
March 1917 as Equipment Ofificer in the R. Fying Corps. In January 1918 he went to 
England. Here after some months of service he succumbed to the effects of hard work 
in carrying on while in ill health from which he had suffered for some years past. Died at 
Leeds. Buried at Toronto. 

FRANKLIN REGINALD GIBSON Sept. 18, 1894— Sept. 20, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Only son of Charles J. Gibson; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria and Rosedale p.ss., 
Toronto; Upper Canada College, University of Toronto Schools; Applied Science 1913- 
15; Alpha Delta Phi; c.o.T.c; loth Regt., Lieut. 

In 1915 he was appointed to the Mechanical Transport, and reached France in May 
1916, where he served in the 3rd Canadian Divisional Supply Column through the 
campaigns of that and the following year till October 1917. He then transferred to the 
R. Garrison Artillery, being appointed to the 176th Siege Battery, 80th Brigade. In 
January 1918 he went to the Italian front as Brigade Signalling Officer. While on this 
serA-ice he was taken ill at Genoa, and on his partial recovery was sent to England. A 
few days after hi's return he died at London Military Hospital. Buried at Bearwood 
Cemetery, Wokingham. 



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CHARLES RANDOLPH GILLAN July 10, 1892— March 16, 1919 

Seaman, Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve. 

Son of Charles H. Gillan; b. Eddy, N. Mexico; ed. S. Saanichton, B.C., P.S., Victoria 
U.S.; Columbian College; Trinity College 1911-12, 1913-14. 

In 1917 he enlisted in the R. Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve and served first 
at Esquimalt Naval Station. He transferred to Halifax Naval Station in June 19 18, 
and while still on service he died of pneumonia in hospital at Halifax. 

PAUL ARCHIBALD GILLESPIE Jan, 27, 1868— Mar. 23, 1916 

Major, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Malcolm Gillespie; b. Sunderland; ed. Cannington p.s., jarvis Street 
C.I., Toronto; Medicine 1887-91, m.b.; Practising at Penetanguishene and later at 
Winburg, S. Africa; Served in S. African War; md. Jane Satchwell. 

In 1914 he joined the R. Army Medical Corps, and served in the German West 
Africa campaign. When an outbreak of bubonic plague occurred he volunteered his 
assistance, and took charge till he contracted the disease himself and died at Winburg. 
Buried at Winburg, o.F.s. 

ERNEST RICHARD GILMER May i, 1889— Oct. 12, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

Son of William H. Gilmer; b. Nevvr>-; ed. Elma p.s., Listowel U.S., Regina C.I.; 
University of Saskatchewan; Medicine 1913-15; C.O.T.C. 

In April 1915 he enlisted in No. 5 Field Ambulance, c.a.m.c, of the Second Con- 
tingent, and reached France in September. He served with this unit in the Ypres area 
till the spring of 1916, when he was wounded in the hand. He received his commission 
in the ist Battalion of the R. Irish Fusiliers in July. On October 12th at Les Boeufs 
on the Somme front he was sent forward with 70 men to attack a position that was 
believed to be weakly held, but proved to be strongly defended by machine guns. He fell 
near the German parapet, and of the party none returned. 

STANLEY HILL GLENDINNING Sept. 10, 1893— July 18, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late H. Glendinning; b. Sunderland; ed. Sunderland P.s., Uxbridge U.S., 
Lindsay c.i.; University College 1913-15; c.o.t.c. 

Early in 1915 he enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery, and went overseas in 
June. He went to France in February 19 16 and was employed for some months as scout, 
despatch-rider and signaller, mostly in the Ypres Salient. He then returned to England 
to train for the R. Flying Corps, and went back to France in October as an Observer 
in the 6th Squadron. In 19 17 he qualified as Pilot and in October was sent to Fort 
Worth, Texas, as Instructor in gunnery. He was transferred to Heamsville, Ont., in 
April 1918, where some weeks later he resumed flying to qualify as Flight-Commander. 
On July i8th when he was flying, his machine took fire and crashed, injuring him so 
severely that he died within a few hours. Buried at Sunderland. 

GEORGE CLARENCE GLIDDON 1888— May 11, 1915 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps and Tenth Battalion. 
Son of John Gliddon; b. Rodney; ed. Rodney p.s., St. Thomas c.i.; Medicine 1909- 
14, M.n. 

He was beginning post-graduate work for his M.u., when the war broke out. He at 
once joined the First Contingent as Medical Officer to the loth Battalion, and went over- 
seas in October. Going to Fiance in February 19 15 he served through the second battle 
of Ypres. He was wounded on May 5th and succumbed to his injuries a few days later. 



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THOMAS LEON GOLDIE Nov. 6, 1882— Aug. 28, 19 16 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of ihe late Thomas Goldie; b. Guelph; ed. Guelph p.s. and c.i.; University 
College 190004, B.A. (Nat. Science); Geological Surveyor in Ontario and Alberta. 

When the war began he was working at Regina, and shortly afterwards he returned 
lo Ontario \o enlist. Early in 1915 he joined the i6th Battery, 4th Brigade, c.f.a., and 
wenl overseas in May. He reached France with the Second Contingent in September 
and seived on the Ploegsteert-Kemmel-St. Eloi front. His previous experience as a 
surveyor made him a valuable observer for the battery. Though needing a rest and 
relief for some time, owing to the shortage of men he held on too long till he was finally 
invalided with jaundice, just at the time when his battery was moving into the Somme 
front. He died in hospital at Manchester, where he was buried. He had been recom- 
mended for the Military Medal and for a commission shortly before his death. 

STEWART MARCON GOODEVE Oct. 5, 1896— Nov. 20, 19 17 
Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery and Royal Flying Corps. 
Son of the late Arthur S. Goodeve; b. Chesley; ed. Rossland, B.C., p.s. and H.s., 
Ottawa C.I. ; University College, 1914- 16; Phi Delta Theta; c.o.T.C; c.f.a., Lieut. 

In March 1916 he was appointed to the 51st Battery, and later transferred to the 
53id Battery, 13th Brigade, c.f.a., going overseas in September. He was seconded to 
the R. Flying Corps in England. After training in Artillery observation he went to 
France in July 19 17, joining the 21st Squadron. He was serving as Observer for the 
Artillery in the battle of Cambrai, when the machine was hit by the enemy's shell fire 
killing him and his Pilot. Buried at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, 

AMBROSE HAROLD GOODMAN Oct. 6, 1896— Aug. 15, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Only son of the late Ambrose K. Goodman; b. Cayuga; ed. Cayuga p.s.. Model 
School, University of Toronto Schools; University College 1914-16; C.O.T.C; 109th 
Regt., Lieut. 

In April 1917 he was appointed to the 'Great War Veterans Overseas Company' of 
the 109th Regiment, which later became a Company of the ist Central Ontario Regi- 
ment. He went overseas with its first draft in November 1917, and in April 1918 joined 
the Ii6th Battalion in France. On the first day of the battle of Amiens he was woundeld 
by a high explosive shell after his unit had successfully reached its objective. A week 
later he died from his injuries at No. 8 General Hospital, Rouen. Buried at St. Sever 
Cemetery, Rouen. 

HEDLEY JOHN GOODYEAR Aug. 18, 1886— Aug. 22, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-second Battalion. 

Son of Josiah Goodyear; b. Ladle Cove, Newfoundland; ed. Ladle Cove p.s.; 
Methodist College, St. John's, Nfld.; Teaching, Moreton's Harbour, Nfld.; Victoria 
College 1909-13, B.A.; m.a. 1915; Education 1914-15; Teaching at Regal Road P.s., 
Toionto; c.o.T.c; c.s.c.i., Lieut. 

In March 19 16 he enlisted in the 20l£t Battalion and was soon promoted Sergeant, 
and then Lieutenant. Later he transferred to the 208th Battalion, with which he went 
overseas in May 1917. In the spring of 1918 he joined the 102nd Battalion in France. 
He was slightly wounded near Oppy en April 7th. After serving through the battle of 
Amiens he was instantly killed by a machine gun bullet on the night of August 22nd. 
Buried at Le Quesnel. After his death it was announced that the Military Cross had 
been awarded to him for his service in the battle of Amiens when, regardless of danger, 
he led his platoon to the capture of a wood that was strongly defended by machine gun 



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fire, and after the other officers became casualties took charge of the whole skirmishing 
line in a successful charge. He was the third son of his parents to give his life in the war. 

 

ANDREW ROBERTSON GORDON April i, 1863— Dec. 16, 1916 

Lieut. -Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Rev. Daniel Gordon; b. Glengarry; ed. St. Mary's H.s.; Medicine 
1886-90, M.B.; Nu Sigma Nu; Practising at Toronto; Senior Assistant Physician, 
Toronto General Hospital; Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine; md. Emma Louise 
Wilson. 

In the spring of 19 15 he was appointed to No. 4, L'niversity of Toronto, General 
Hospital and went overseas with the unit in May. While at Shorncliffe he served on 
a Medical Board, but in July was forced by ill health to give up the work and return to 
Canada. Here he served for several monlhs at the Exhibition Camp in the Toronto 
Military District, until his beclth became loo seriously affected. On December i6th, 
19 16, he died at his home. Bulred at Toronto. 

HENRY ANDREW GORDON Oct. 15, 1895— July 7, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Alexander Gordon; b. Durham; ed. Durham p. s., Weyburn, Sask., 
p.s. and Contn. School; Oakwood c.i.; Dominion Business College, Toronto; L^nlversltj' 
College 1916-17; c.o.T.c. 

In April 19 17 he joined the R. Flying Corps as Cadet, and received his commission 
in August. After training in Canada and Texas he went overseas in January 1918 and 
reached France in May. He served in the 60th Squadron, r.a.f., in the area north of 
Lens and en the Amiens-Bapaume front. On his first offensive flight he wes forced to 
land within the enemy's lines to assist a comp?nion, but though fired at from close 
range succeeded in returning safely. On July 71 h his machine fell between Foucaucourt 
and Proyart, east of Amiens. Buried at Herleville. 

HENRY RUSSELL GORDON April 10, 1891— June 13, 1916 

Lieutenant, Third Battalion. 

Son of Henry B. Gordon; b. Toronto; ed. St. Alban's School, Toronto; L^niversity 
College 1908-12, B.A. (Eng. and Hist. -CI.); Historical Club; Staff, 'Toronto Daily Star'; 
2nd Regt. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the 3rd Battalion, and reached France In February 
1915. He served through the battle of Ypres and the fighting of that year. Having 
been promoted Corporal, he was chosen in 1916 for a commission in his battalion. 
After the capture of Mount Sorrel on the night of June 12th- 13th he was missing, and 
was later reported as believed killed in action in the early hours of the 13th. 

JOHN A. GORDON Feb. 25, 1892— April 4, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of Alexander C. Gordon; b. Toronto; ed. Givens Street, Dewson Street, Jesse 
Kelchum P.ss., Jarvis Street c.i., Dominion Business College, Toronto; Unhersity 
College 1911-14; Steele Briggs Co.; 12th Regt., Lieut. 

In January 1916 he was appointed to the 127th, York Rangers, Battalion and was 
placed In charge of recruiting at Newmarket. He was transferred to the 220(h Bal talion 
on Its organisation, to carry on the same work, and went over'scas with this unit. He 
joined the 4th Battalion in France in October 19 17 and served through the battle of 
Passchendaele and then on the Lens front. In the earl^ morning of April 4th, 1918, he 
took his platoon out on the Telegraph Hill sector, and was killed by a sniiicr shortly 
before the hour when he was to be rclic\cd. Buried at Wanquctin. 



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RALPH VYVIAN GORDON Jan. i8, 1896— Sept. 25, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force . 

Son of M. P. Gordon; b. Kamloops, B.C.; ed.'Kamloops P.S., South Park p.s., 
Victoria; Woodstock College; Applied Science 19 14-15; c.o.t.c. 

Though holding a Lieutenant's certificate in the C.O.T.C, in August 1915 he enlisted 
in the ranks of the 88th Battalion and served in the Signalling Section. After going 
overseas in May 19 16, he transferred to the 25th Battalion, which he joined in France 
in November. He served through the battles of the Somme, Vimy, Hill 70 and Pass- 
chendaele while with this unit. In January 19 18 he joined the R. Naval Air Service and 
obtained his commission in March, being appointed to the 55th Squadron, Independent 
Force, r.a.f. When on a bombing raid over the lines at Charmes, he was attacked and 
some of the main wires of his machine were shot away. He succeeded in returning and 
was just about to land, when the machine collapsed. The same evening he died from 
his injuries. Buried at Charmes. 

THOMAS SETON GORDON Nov. 29, 1890— Jan. 22, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Border Regiment. 

Son of Charles Gordon; b. Owen Sound; ed. Owen Sound p.s. and c.i.; Victoria and 
University Colleges 1908-12, B.A. (Pol.'Sc); Year President; Rec. Secretary, U.C. 
Literary Society, and Bristol Prize 1912; Psi Delta Psi; Law School; C.O.T.C. 

In May 1915 he enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and shortly 
after was promoted Sergeant. Going overseas in June, he obtained his commission 
in the Border Regiment, i ith Lonsdale Battalion. He went to France in November and 
served on the Albert sector of the Somme front. While the trenches were being shelled 
early in the morning of January 22, 1916, he heard the cry of wounded men. Fearing 
for the safety of his sentry, he left his dug-out to go to their assistance and was immedi- 
ately wounded by a shell. The same evening he succumbed to his injuries. Buried at 
Warloy-Baillon. 

WALTER HARVEY RUSSELL GOULD Nov. 4, 1893— Sept. 26, 1917 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Joseph Walter Gould; b. Uxbridge; ed. Uxbridge P.s. and H.s. ; Applied 
Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Electr. Eng.-Hon.); Year Secretary; C.O.T.C; Uxbridge Electric 
Light. 

Early in 1917 he was accepted for service in the R. Naval Air Service, but when he 
arrived in England transferred to the R. Flying Corps, and trained with the 63rd 
Squadron. On September i6th he joined the 70lh Squadron near Ypres. Ten days 
later he started with a formation from Ypres to bomb German stations along the coast, 
and did not return. Exact details were never learnt, but a message from a brother 
officer, who was taken prisoner, stated that they were attacked by a German formation, 
and a plane which was thought to be his was seen falling in flames. In his few days of 
service he had brought down two enemy machines. 

THOMAS EDWARD GOVENLOCK May 5, 1892— Sept. 30, 1916 

Private, Twenty-first Battalion. 

Son of John M. Govenlock; b. Seaforth; ed. McKillop Tp. p.s. and Seaforth c.i.; 
Education 1911-12; Teaching at Steelton, Sault Ste. Marie, and St. Catherines c.i. 

In October 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i. and went 
overseas in November. He joined the Signal Section of the 21st Battalion in France the 
latter part of August 1916, on the Somme front. Not long after, while ofi^ duty, he was 
instantly killed by a stray shell. Buried at Courcelette. 



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THOMAS FLECK GRAHAM Aug. 30, 1887— Sept. 20, 19 18 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Alexander Graham; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford p.s. and c.i.; 
Medicine 1909-14, M.B.; Graduate course in New York 19I-I-15. 

In 19 15 he was appointed Medical Officer to the 86th Machine Gun Battalion, and on 
reaching England was attached to the Canadian Machine Gun Depot. He was Men- 
tioned for Valuable Services in August 1917. Near the end of that year he went to 
France, being appointed to No. 3 Canadian Stationary Hospital. When this hospital 
was severely damaged by air raids he moved to Rouen. Here he died shortly after- 
wards, chiefly from exhaustion due to overwork during the period of the German 
oflfensive. Buried at St. Sever Cemetej-y, Rouen. 

FREDERICK NORMAN GRANDY April 28, 1892— Aug. 28, 1918 

Lieutenant, Twentieth Battalion. 

Son of the Rev. Thomas Grandy; b. Linwood; ed. Cayuga H.s., Woodstock c.i.; 
Education 1912-13; Teacher's course, summer session 19 13; Teaching at Barrie C.i., 
I9i3-i5;35th Regt., Lieut. 

In November 19 15 he was appointed to the 157th, Simcoe Foresters, Battalion, 
and went overseas with it as Captain and Adjutant in October 19 16. He was attached 
to the 5th Reserve Battalion in England till early in 1918, when he reverted to the rank 
of Lieutenant and joined the 20th Battalion in France. He served for some months 
on the Lens- Arras front, and through the battle of Amiens. Early in the advance from 
before Arras he was killed by a sniper's bullet. Buried at Vis-en-Artois. 

JAMES BURNESS GRANGE June 14, 1890— April 20, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, West Yorkshire Regiment. 

Son of Dr. W. D'Oyly Grange; b. Moffat, Scotland; ed. Repton School, Eng.; 
Ontario Agricultural College 1909-13, b.s.a.; Flax farming. 

He attempted to enlist early in the war, but was rejected owing to his eyesight. For 
some time he acted as Assistant Inspector under the Board of Agriculture, until he was 
accepted for service in the spring of 19 16, and was appointed to the 21st West Yorkshire 
Regiment. He went to France in January 19 17. After more than a year at the front, 
he was killed in action on the night of April 20th, 19 18, near Bethunc, when in charge 
of his platoon working to a new line of trenches. Buried at Gonnehem. 

OSWALD WETHERALD GRANT Dec. 27, 1892— June 13, 1916 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

"Son of the Rev. Dr. Andrew S. Grant; b. Almonte; ed. Dawson p.s.. Upper Canada 
College; University College 191 1-14, B. A.; Chi Delta Psi (Psi Upsilon) ; College Athletic 
executive; College Rugby team; Tennis team; Law School; 2nd Regt.; 27th Regt., 
Lieut. 

At the end of 19 14 he was appointed to the 33rd Battalion and went overseas with 
its first reinforcing draft in July 19 15. He joined the 1st Battalion in France in August 
19 15 and served with it for eight months mostly in the Ypres area. In May 19 16 he was 
appointed Brigade Bombing Officer. After the German advance before Zillebeke he 
returned to his own battalion as Machine Gun Officer for the drive to regain the lost 
ground. When the first and second German lines had been carried, he was instantly 
killed by a shell while he was holding an advanced machine gun position. It was an- 
nounced on January ist, 1917, that the Military Cross had been awarded to him for 
which he had been recommended shortly before his death on the ground of his consistent 
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HUGH ALEXANDER MACKAY GRASETT Feb. 3, 1894— June 13, 1916 

Lieutenant, Third Battalion. ^ 

Son of H. J. Grasett; b. Waterloo; ed. Barrie P.s. and c.r., Bishop Ridley College; 
Applied Science 1912-14; Phi Kappa Pi; 2nd Regt. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the 3rd Battalion, in which he was made Lance- 
Corporal. He reached France in the spring of 19 15 and served in the trenches near 
Armentieres. He was invalided to England in March, but rejoined his battalion on 
May 2nd. He served through the battles of Festubert and Givenchy, and then on the 
Ploegsteert front. In August he was given a commission and appointed to his own 
battalion. After a course of training in England, he returned to the front in January 
19 16. During the attack on Mount Sorrel he was the first to bring up reinforcements 
to an advanced position held by an officer with a small party against an encircling 
movement of the eneni}-. Just as he reached this post he was wounded in the face, but 
continued on duty, and was placed in command by the officer, who was wounded, and 
held it till further reinforcements arrived. Not long after he was instantly killed, being 
shot through the head while leading a party of bombers in clearing the enemy out of 
shell holes. Buried where he fell. 

ROBERT MURRAY McCHEYNE GRAY April 25, 1S91— Sept. 30, 1918 

Captain, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of George B. Gray; b. Gait; ed. Gait Central P.s. and c.i.; College of Pharmacy, 
PHM.B. 1914; Druggist at Gait; 29th Regt., Lieut. 

In September 1915 he W'as appointed Lieutenant in the 71st Battalion and wert 
overseas in March 19 16. He joined the 46th Battalion in France in August and served 
first on the Somme front. He was wounded on November 14th, and again at Vimy on 
April loth, 1917. During 1918 he served through the battles of Amiens and in the 
advance from Arras. He was severely wounded on September 28th at the Canal du 
Nord and succumbed to his injuries two days later. Buried at Duisans, Etrun, near 
Arras. After his death it was announced that the Military Cross had been awarded to 
him for his courage and skill on September 27th in handling his company under heavy 
fire and securing the capture of six enemy machine guns. The next day by his leadership 
he disposed of three machine gun nests and, though hit in the arm, continued to lead his 
company till he was again and fatally wounded. 

IVAN TREMAYNE GREEN Sept. 14, 1898— Oct. 21, 1918 

Private, First Canadian Tank Battalion. 

Son of Alfred G. Green; b. Tecumseth Tp., Beeton; ed. Beeton Junction and 
Pickering P.ss., Georgetown H.s.; Education 19 17-18. 

In April 1918 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company for the 
First Canadian Tank Battalion and went overseas in June. After training at Bovington 
Camp through the summer, he was taken ill with pneumonia on October ist and died 
on the 2 1st. Buried at Wool, Dorset. 

WILLIAM ROBERT GREEN Oct. 12, 1889— June 3, 1917 

Captain, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

.Son of the late Frederick William Green; b. Moose Jaw; ed. Boharm, Sask., p.s, 
Moose Jaw c.i.; Victoria College 1907- 11 b.a. (Philos.); Victoria College Book Room 
1911-12; Law Student, Moose Jaw and Osgoode Hall; Called to the Bar 1915; 60th 
Regt., Lieut. 

In December 19 15 he was appointed to 'd' Recruiting Area, later the 229th Bat- 
talion. From this he transferred to the 203rd Battalion in March 19 16 and was pro- 
moted Captain. He went overseas in October with the rank of Major, and in April 1917 , 



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after reverting to Lieutenant, joined the 44th Battalion on the Vimy-Lens front. He 
took part in the heavy fighting of May 2nd, when a trench changed hands eight times 
in 24 hours. For his service he was Mentionsd in Despatches, and recommended for 
promotion again to his Majority. He was given command of a company, when the 
battalion returned to the trenches on May 26th. On the night of June 2nd-3rd an 
attack was made on the Lens Electric Light Station. He was wounded in the arm, but 
went on until he was instantly killed by a bomb at the mouth of an enemy dug-out. 
His party was cut off, and later he was found there with his men lying round him. 
Buried at Villers-au-Bois. After his death his Captaincy was gazetted. 

HENRY GREENWOOD July 12, 1893— July 18, 1916 

Private, Twentieth Battalion. 

Son of William Greenwood; b. Whitemouth, Man.; ed. Kenora and Sudbury H.ss.; 
R. College Dental Surgeons 1914-15; c.o.T.c. 

In July 1915 he enlisted in the 76th Battalion and went overseas in April 1916. 
He went to France at the end of June to join the 20th Battalion, but when on his way 
to the front was taken ill with pneumonia, and died in hospital at Le Havre. Buried at 
Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre. 

WILLL^M HENDERSON GREGORY March 4, 1890— April 9, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of Robert Gregory; b. Toronto; ed. Dufferin Street p.s., Jarvis Street c.i., 
Toronto; University College 1908-11, 1912-13, b.a; Wycliffe College; Anglican Ministry, 
Curate at St. Thomas' Church, St. Catherines; 19th Regt., Lieut.; md. Esther Gilmour. 

In December 19 15 he was appointed to the 98th Battalion, and went overseas in 
July 19 16. He joined the 4th Battalion in France in October, and served through the 
winter on the Vimy front. At the time of his death he was Acting Adjutant to the 
battalion, his knowledge of languages proving serviceable. He was killed by shrapnel 
on the first day of the battle of Vimy while leading his men up the Ridge. Buried at 
Ecoivres near Mont St. Eloy. 

ARNOLD GRISDALE April 3, 1891— Oct. 12, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Chatficld Grisdale; b. Port Robinson; ed. Niagara Falls p.s. and c.i.; Medi- 
cine 1912-17, M.B.; Track team; C.O.T.C. 

In September 19 18 he was appointed to the c.a.m.c, Toronto Military District, and 
served at Niagara-on-thc-Lake Camp. He died from influenza after a short illness on 
October 12th. 

JOHN VINCENT GUILFOYLE Dec. 2, 1889— Jan. 29, 19 18 

Sergeant, York and Simcoe Foresters. 

Son of James Guilfoyle; b. Collingwood; ed. CoUingwood P.s. and c.l.; St. Michael's 
College; University College 1908-11, b..4l. (Pol. Sc); Law School, ll.b. 1915; Barrister, 
practising at Timmins; 2nd Regt. 

He joined the Queen's Own Rifles in August 19 14 in order to go overseas, but was 
invalided. In May 19 17 he enlisted in the York and Simcoe Foresters and was employed 
in recruiting for it in Northern Ontario. His health again failed him, and after spending 
some time in hospital, he died at Newmarket on January 29th, 19 18. Burled at Toronto. 

EDMOND ALAN GUNN April 2, 1898— Feb. 13, 19 19 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Son of Edmond Gunn; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale p.s., Model School, Jarvis Street 
C.I., Toronto; University College 1915-16; c.o.T.r.; 109th Regt., Lieut. 



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In October 19 16 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company, and 
went to England in March 1917, where he obtained his commission in the R. Garrison 
Artillery. He went to France in November 191 7, joining the 77th Siege Battery, with 
which he served on the Ypres, Arras and other fronts through the following year. After 
the Armistice, when on his way with his battery to join the Army of Occupation he was 
taken ill with pneumonia and died at Namur, where he was buried. 

MURRAY GRANT GUNN Nov. 15, 1894— Dec. 7. ^9^7 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of the late Andrew Gunn; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Upper Canada 
College; University College 191 1-16; Chi Delta Psi (Psi Upsilon) ; c.o.t.c; 40th Regt., 
Lieut. 

In May 19 16 he was appointed to the Divisional Signallers, Canadian Engineers, 
but in October transferred to the R. Flying Corps, going overseas immediately after- 
wards. He joined the 23rd Squadron at the front in October 19 17 and served in the 
Ypres area, flying over Passchendaele, Houlthulst Forest and Polygon Wood. He was 
killed on December 7th, when he was flying over the enemy's lines, his plane falling to 
the south-east of Passchendaele. Later it was reported through German sources that 
he had been buried at the place where he fell. 

WILLIAM THOMAS HACKETT June 14, 1876— Feb. 25, 19 19 

Captain, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of the late Thomas Hackett; b. Hockley; ed. Orangeville and Owen Sound 
Schools; R. College JDental Surgeons 1895-99, D-D.s.; Practising at Winnipeg; md. 
Evelyn Carruth. 

In March 19 16 he was appointed to the Canadian Army Dental Corps, and served 
during the summer at Toronto and Niagara Camps. He transferred to the Infantry in 
October and went to England the same month with the 169th Battalion. He was re- 
appointed to the C.A.D.C. in January 1917, and was stationed for the most part at 
Carlisle and Sunningdale with the Canadian Forestry Corps. Crossing to France in 
May 1918, he was attached to the c.f.c. in the Jura Mountains district. The following 
September he was Mentioned for Valuable Services. In February 19 19 he was taken ill 
with pneumonia and died at No. 20 General Hospital, Camiers. Buried at Etaples. 

DANIEL GALER HAGARTY Aug. 9, 1894— June 2, 1916 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Principal E. W. Hagarty, M.A.; b. Toronto; ed. Clinton Street p.s., Harbord 
Street c.i., Toronto; Cadets' Bisley team 1909; Cadets' representative at the Coronation 
1911; Applied Science 1912-15; First Vice-President, Engineering Society; Beta Theta 
Pi; 2nd Regt.; C.O.T.C, Lieut. 

In May 1915 at the close of the C.O.T.C. camp he was appointed to the 2nd Universi- 
ties Company, P.P.C.L.i., and went overseas in June. He was Instructor in the Canadian 
Machine Gun School at Shorncliffe from August till early in 19 16, when he joined the 
battalion in France. When his father was appointed to the command of the 20 1st 
Battalion he was oflfered the Adjutancy of that unit. Before the arrangements could be 
completed, he returned to the trenches on May 31st, after a short leave in England, and 
two days later was killed by a shell while commanding No. 7 platoon in the front line at 
Sanctuary Wood. Buried at Hooge Crater Cemetery, Menin Road. 



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DAVID ELLIOTT HAIG Aug. 2^, 1891— May 4, 1915 

Private, Second Divisional Cyclist Company. 

Son of Donald J. Haig; b. Cypress River, Man.; ed. Haldimand Tp., Northumber- 
land Cy., P.S., Jesse Ketchum p.s., Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto, Cobourg c.i.; University 
College 1911-15, B.A. (Eng. & Hist. -CI.); Year executive; Knox College; Working 
in missions during vacations; C.O.T.C. 

In the autumn of 19 14 he enlisted with a number of University men in the Cyclists 
of the Second Contingent, and trained at Exhibition Park, Toronto. He died of spinal 
meningitis in May 1915, and his degree was conferred a few days after his death. Buried 
at Toronto. 

ORVILLE DWIGHT HAIST March 3, 1894— July 5, 191 7 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Jacob M. Haist; b. Fonthill; ed. Fonthill P.S., Welland c.i; Victoria College 
I915-I7; C.O.T.C. 

In January 1917 he joined the R. Flying Corps and went to England for his training. 
He qualified for his commission in June, having passed all his examinations with marked 
success. A few days before he was to leave for the front, when he was making a trial 
flight at Scampton near Lincoln on the evening of July 3rd, the engine stalled and the 
machine crashed. The second day afterwards he succumbed to his injuries at No. 4 
Northern General Hospital. Buried at Newport Cemetery, Lincoln. 

JOHN PLAYFORD HALES Sept. 11, 1893— Aug. 23, 19 18 

Captain, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Alfred Hales; b. Guelph; ed. Guelph p.s. and C.i.; Ontario Agricultural 
College 1910-15, B.s..\.; Staff, o.A.c. 1915-16. 

In July 19 16 he joined the R. Naval Air Service, and was first employed on patrol 
duty off the coast of Scotland. He went to France in September 1917 and served as 
Fighting Scout for four months. Afterwards for some time he was employed as Ferry 
Pilot in taking machines from England to France. He was Mentioned in Despatches 
for moving planes out of the line of the enemy's advance in March 19 18. In April he 
was appointed Captain in the r.a.f., and was Flight Commander at the time of his 
death. He rejoined his Squadron, the 203rd, in the summer. Five weeks later he was 
reported missing; and later it was ascertained that he had been killed while leading a 
patrol on a reconnaissance over the lines on the Somme front. Buried near Bray-sur- 
Somme. 

WILLIAM TEASDALE HALL April 6, 1893— May 19, 19 17 

Captain, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of F. Asa Hall; b. Toronto; ed. Huron Street P.s., Harbord Street C.I., Toronto; 
Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng. -Hon.); C.O.T.C; Mining Engineer, Braden 
Copper Co., Rancagua, Chile. 

In April 1916 he left Chile and on his arrival in England was appointed lo (lie R. 
Flying Corps. He obtained his wings in August and joined the 21st Squadron, 14th 
Wing, as Fighting Scout on September 1st. On his first flight over the lines his engine 
stalled, but he succeeded in landing on the French side. He was injured on October 4th 
in making a descent after his first night flight. He served on the Amiens, Albert, and 
Monchy Lagache sections of the .Somme front. He was appointed Acting Flight-Com- 
mander in December and transferred to the 24th Squadron, being made permanent 
Flight-Commander in April 19 17. On May 19th, when he was trying a machine of a 
new type, the wings suddenly crumpled, and he was instantly killed by the fall. Buried 
at Monchy Lagache near P6ronne. 



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CLIFFORD ROBINSON HAMES March 5, 1895— April 25, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the Rev. Arthur B. Hames; b. Anworth, Man.; ed. Bartle, Cuba; White- 
vale and Markham p.ss.; Penetanguishene and Midland h.ss.; Applied Science 19 15-16; 

C.O.T.C. 

In February' 19 16 he enlisted with the Divisional Signallers, Canadian Engineers, 
and went overseas in May. He transferred to the R. Flying Corps in England in 
August 19 17, and received his commission In December. Shortly before he was to leave 
for France, he was accidentally killed near Dover, In attempting to land in a mist when 
the ground was almost invisible. Buried at the same time as the Zeebrugge heroes In 
Charlton Cemetery, Dover. 

CLARENCE DICKINSON HAMILTON Dec. 18, 1883— Oct. 9, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Dr. Charles J. Hamilton; b. Cornwall; ed. Cornwall P.s. and H.s.; Medicine 
1904-06; M.D., CM., McGIll University, 191 1; Practising at Cornwall. 

He was appointed to the R.A.M.C. in August 19 14, and went in August 19 15 with 
the 141st Field Ambulance to France, where he served for eighteen months. He was 
Medical Officer to the 2nd R. Sussex Regiment through the battle of Loos and on the 
HuUuch-La Bassee front. Later he was with the 1st Black Watch. He then transferred 
to the C.A.M.C. and after serving both In England and France, returned to Canada with a 
casualty transport. After staying in Canada for a time he left on September 26th, 1918, 
for England as Second In command of the Medical service on the transport 'Huntsend'. 
W'hile on the voyage he, with several others, succumbed to influenza, and was burled 
at sea. 

DOUGLAS KIPP HAMILTON April 15, 1893— Aug. 8, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of the Rev. Richard D. Hamilton; b. Port Stanley; ed. London P.s., Petrolea 
P.s. andn.s., ListowelH.s., Brantford c.i.; Victoria College 19 12-16, b.a; Year executive; 

C.O.T.C. 

In October 1915 he was appointed to the 125th Battalion, and went overseas in 
August 19 16. He joined the 54th Battalion in France In April 19 18 on the Lens front. 
The first day of the battle of Amiens he was killed in action by a machine-gun bullet, 
when advancing at the head of his platoon. His College friend Laurence H. Rehder, 
who had been with him In every unit since they joined the forces together, was killed 
in the same battle. Burled near Beaucourt-en-Santerre. 

ROBERT GORDON HAMILTON June 18, 1894— Sept. 27, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Horse Artillery. 

Son of the Rev. R. M. Hamilton; b. Toronto; ed. Weston p.s. and h.s.. University of 
Toronto Schools; University College 1911-14; Beta Theta Pi; Law School. 

In 19 15 he enlisted in the 34th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in June. He ob- 
tained a commission in England in the Royal Artillery In November 19 15, and went 
to France in January 19 16, being appointed to the 77th Brigade, i6th Division. He 
served during the following months first near Loos, La Bassee and Arras, then on the 
Somnie front. In the attack on Combles, Sept. 24th-26th, he was attached to the French 
Infantry as Liaison Officer. After the town had been captured by an encircling move- 
ment, he was returning through Combles early on the 27th, when a shell struck and killed 
him and two other officers, one of them Captain R. E. Horkins of this University. His 
battery had been through very severe fighting in 'Death Valley' for three weeks and 



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suffered heavy losses. He had served as Acting Lieutenant in conyiiand of the battery, 
and before his death had been recommended for a Captaincy. He had also been recom- 
mended for ihe Military Cross for rescuing a number of his men who had been buried 
by shell fire. Buried naar Maricourt. 

HAROLD LEANDER HANNA April i8, 1899— April 23, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery and Royal Air Force. 

Sonof Leander Hanna; b. Kaslo, B.c.;ed. KasloP.S. and H.s., Watford P.s. andn.s.; 
University College 1915-16; C.O.T.C.; 33rd Bty., C.F.A., Prov. Lieut. 

In November 19 16 he enlisted in the 71st Battery, c.f.a., and obtained his com- 
mission in the same unit in January 19 17. He went overseas in February 19 18, and was 
seconded to the R. Flying Corps. He had completed his training and was due shortly 
to leave for France, when he was accidentally killed at Salisbury Plain. He was prac- 
tising firing, when, as he was diving from twenty-five hundred feet, apparently one of the 
controls gave way, and his machine crashed, killing him instantly. Buried at Tidworth. 

WILLIAM NEIL HANNA Jan. 18, 1895— Nov. 20, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery and Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Hon. W. J. Hanna, K.c; b. Sarnia; ed. Sarnia P.s. and c.i., St. 
Andrew's College; Victoria College 19 13- 15; Delta Upsilon. 

In the spring of 19 15 he,enlisted in the 26th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in 
September. He obtained his commission in England in the R. Field Artillery, and went 
to France with his unit early in 19 16. He was severely wounded at Mametz Wood in 
July, and for some months was under treatment and came home on leave. On rejoining 
his unit he was unable to continue in the Artillery, and transferred to the R. Flying 
Corps, 36th Squadron. He returned to the French front in January 19 18 and in October 
went to Ital}-, where he was engaged in flying over the Austrian front. A few days after 
the Armistice, while observing the Austrian retreat, he was accidentally killed. Buried 
at Montecchio Precalcino, Italy. 

HENRY ARTHUR HARDING Aug. 25, 1883— June 6, T916 

Private, Fifth Battalion. 

Son of S. H. Harding; b. St. Mary's; ed. Port Rowan p.s. and H.s.; Trinity College 
1901-04, B..\.; Teacher and Journalist in the West; loth Regt., Ptc.; 33rd Regt., Lieut.; 
39th Regt., Lieut. 

Though he had had considerable experience in the Militia and held a Captain's 
certificate, he chose to enlist at once in the ranks of the 5th Battalion. He went over- 
seas in September 19 14 and for several months was employed in England as Instructor. 
In October 19 15 he joined his battalion in France. During the fighting before Zillebeke 
he was instantly killed by a sniper at a short distance from the trench. Buried at Larch 
Wood Cemetery. At the time of his death arrangements were being made for granting 
him a commission. 

THOMAS LESLIE HARLING July 27, 1895— June 2, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of R. Dawson Harling; 1). Liverjjool, Kng.; ed- Model School, Parkdale c.i., 
Toronto, University of Toronto Scliools; Ap()lied Science 1914-15; Aljiha Delta Phi; 

9th I Idisc, l.ieut. 



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In January 19 15 he was appointed to the 8th Mounted Rifles, and went overseas 
in October. He joined the 5th Mounted Rifles on the Belgian front in March 1916 and 
served in the Salient till his death. On May 31st his company had returned from rest 
billets to a position near Ypres. When the bombardment began on the morning of June 
2nd, it was quickly sent forward in support with another company to Maple Copse. 
Here he was struck by a shell, and died as he was being taken back to a dressing station. 
His last known words were "God bless the boys". Buried at Transport Farm near 
Ypres. 

HOWARD KILBOURNE HARRIS Jan. 14, 1887— Feb. 22, 1918 

Captain, Essex Regiment. 

Son of the late T. M. Harris; b. Brantford; ed. Huron Street P.s. Toronto, St. 
Andrew's College; University College 1904-05, 1906-09, b.a.; xiii Club; Year 
executive; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Law School; Bankers' Bond Co.; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

In April 1915 he went to England, where he obtained his commission in the ilth 
Essex Regiment. He went to France in April 1916, and served on the Somme and 
Ypres-Passchendaele fronts. He was promoted Captain in February 19 17, and in May- 
was awarded the Military Cross for successfully directing with great coolness and skill 
an attack on the enemy's trench near Albert. He was killed while making a reconnais- 
sance on an advanced German post near Bapaume. 

WEBSTER HENRY FANNING HARRIS Dec. 5, 1874— May 4, 1917 

Captain, Chaplain Service, att. Sixth Infantry Brigade. 

b. St. Thomas; ed. Brockville C.i.; Druggist in Brockville; Trinity College 
1907-10; Anglican Ministry at Stettler and Red Deer, Alta.; md. 

In January 19 16 he went overseas and the next month joined No. I Canadian 
General Hospital at Etaples as Chaplain. He was subsequently transferred to the 6th 
Infantry Brigade, 2nd Division. When serving en the Somme front in September he 
was wounded by shrapnel in the spine and paralysed from the hips downwards. He was 
admitted to the Empire Hospital, Vincent Square, London, where he remained for 
several months and died the following May. 

WILLIAM JAMES EUGENE HARRIS May 24, 1882— Aug. 8, 1918 

Private, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of the late William Harris; b. Halifax, N.s.; ed. Irish Church Mission, Dublin; 
University College 1906-I1; Wycliflfe College; Anglican Ministry. 

In June 1916 he enlisted in the 204th Battalion and went overseas in March 1917- 
He reverted from the rank of Sergeant to that of Private in November in order to reach 
the front, crossing over in January 19 18. He had been offered a commission in the 
Chaplain Service, but postponed accepting it, as he preferred to remain in the ranks till 
the immediate campaign should be finished. He served for some months on the Lens 
and neighbouring sections of the front. On the evening of the first day of the battle of 
Amiens he was killed in action at Le Quesnel, and was buried the next day at Beaucourt- 
en-Santerre. 

CHARLES EDWARD HARROP Oct. 4, 1895— May 2, 1917 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery'. 

Son of Thomas Harrop; b. Garnet; ed. Walpole p.s., Hagersville H.s., Caledonia 
H.S.; Applied Science 19 13- 15; c.o.t.c. 



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In April 19 16 he enlistedjin the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., on its 
formation, and went overseas in Juna. He joined the 22nd Howitzer Battery, 6th 
Brigade, in France in October, and served on the Somme and Vimy Fronts. After going 
through the battle of the Ridge he was wounded at Petit Vimy, when taking cover after 
his gun had been__shattered. He succumbed to his injuries on May 2nd, and was buried 
at Barlin. 

JAMES CUTHBERT HARTNEY May 21, 1885— May i, 1917 

Lieutenant, Forty-fourth Battalion and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of James Hartney; b. Pakenham; ed. Upper Canada College; Applied Science 
1903-06, B.A.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Beta Theta Pi; Electrical Engineer. 

In December 1914 he was appointed to the 44th Battalion, and went overseas in 
August 19 15. He was seconded in England to the R. Flying Corps, and at the end of 
April 1917 went to France, joining the 19th Squadron as Observer. Three days later he 
was killed in a collision while flying over the lines near Chocques. Buried at Choc- 
ques Military Cem2tery. 

ROY ANDREW HARTRY Oct. 30, 1897— Oct. i, 1918 

Corporal, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of Richard Hartry; b. Schreiber; ed. Schreiber P.S., Fort William C.I.; Applied 
Science 1916-17; c.o.t.c. 

In Febiuary 19 17 he enlisted in the 204th Battalion, and went overseas in March. 
He joined the 1st Battalion, Machine Gun Corps, in France in August, and served 
through the battle of Passchendaele. After going through the battles of Amiens, Arras, 
Drocourt-Queant, he was wounded in the attack on Cambrai at Blecourt While he was 
making his way back to the dressing station he was killed by a sniper. Buried at 
Sancourt near Cambrai. He had won the Military Medal, which was received by his 
mother after his death. 

JOHN IRVINE HARVEY March 6, 1888— Sept. 16, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifty-second Battalion. 

Son of Norman Harvey; b. Scott Tp.; ed. Udora P.S., Uxbridge H.S.; Education 
1910-11; Teaching at Chatham c.i. 

In September 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and 
before going overseas in November was promoted Sergeant. He received his commission 
in April 1916, and joined the 52nd Battalion in France in June after the battle of Zille- 
beke. He was killed in action at Courcelette while leading his men in the attack. 
Buried at Courcelette British Cemetery. 

NORMAN JOHN HARVIE Oct. 24, 1889— Oct. 15, 1916 

Sergeant Major, Canadian P'ield Artillery. 

Son of Dr. A. R. Harvie; b. Orillia; ed. Orillia p.s.'and C.I.; Second Hockey colours; 
Applied Science 1907-11, n..\.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Civil Engineer; Corps of Guides. 

In September 19 15 he enlisted in the 40th Battery, 8th Brigade, c.f.a., and went 
overseas in February 1916. He reached France with the battery in July, and served on 
the Somme front. M Courcelette on ()ctol)er 15th the enemy opened heavy fire on the 
battery, which was in an open position. He and Major Gordon Soutliun were engaged 
in getting their men into a position of safety, when a shell struck, killing both. Buried 
at Albert. 



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JOHN HATELY Aug. 17, 1S90— Aug. 21, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of George Hately; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford P.s. and c.i.; Trinity College 
1909-13, B..\. (Philos.); M..\. 1914: College Rugby, Hockey, Basket-ball teams. 

In November 1914 he joined the 14th Battery, 4th Brigade, c.f.a., in the Second 
Contingent. He served with this unit in France as a Signaller from September 1915 
till early in 19 17, in the Ploegsteert and Dickebusch areas, and through the battles of 
St. Eloi, Ypres and the Somme. Though he was offered a commission he preferred to 
continue in the ranks. When the 14th w^as broken up he transferred to the 27th Battery, 
and went through the Vimy campaign with it. In the attack on Hill 70 he was instantly 
killed while repairing a broken line to a post on Hirondelle Ridge on ground that was 
being heavily shelled. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

ROY RICHARD HAWKEY March 28, 1894— Oct. 29, 1917 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery'. 

Son of Charles P. Hawkey; b. Grimsby; ed. Grimsby P.s. and H.s., Hamilton c.i.; 
Applied Science 1913-16; c.o.t.c. 

In February 1916 he enlisted in the 47th Battery, 12th Brigade, c.f.a., and went 
overseas in September. He joined the i ith Battery in France in the spring of 1917, and 
went through the battle of Vimy and the Lens-Hill 70 campaign. At Passchendaele 
as he was serving in charge of his gun with marked courage and coolness, a shell burst 
near by killing three instantly, and severely wounding him and others. The same 
evening he succumbed to his injuries at the dressing-station. His College friend James 
Ronald Chapman, who had been with him in the nth Battery throughout, was fatally 
wounded by the same shell. 

HENRY STUART HAYES Feb. 21, 1890— Nov 2, 1916 

Sergeant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Henry W. Hayes; b. Murray; ed. Murray P.s., Tnnton H.s., Regina Normal 
School ; Teaching in the West ; Trinity College 1910-14, B.A. (Math. & Phys.) ; Wellington 
Scholar ; President College Athletic Assoc; College Football and Harrier teams; Harrier 
colours; Busjness Manager, 'Trinity Review'; Secretaij', University Students' Council; 
Law School; 3rd Dragoons. 

In August 1915 he enlisted in the 26th Battery, 7th Brigade, c.f.a., and reached 
France early in 1916. He served near Ypres and at the Somme. On the evening 
of his death he was sitting with his men in their dug-out, when a shell burst in their 
midst, wounding him so severely that he survived for only a few minutes. Buried at 
Pozieres. A few days later it was announced that the Military Medal had been awarded 
to him for his action, shortly before his death, in going to the rescue of a comrade and 
extinguishing a fire in a gun pit where the ammunition was exploding and the enemy's 
shells bursting around him. His Commanding Officer wrote that had he lived he would 
have been recommended for a commission. 

GEOFFREY HEIGHINGTON Jan. 8, 1896— Nov. 2, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the late Joseph Heighington; b. Toronto; ed. St. Alban's School, Jarvis 
Street C.i., Toronto, Bishop Ridley College; University College 1913-16; Zeta Psi; 
C.o.t.c; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

After serving for a time at Kapuskasing Camp, he was appointed in February 19 16 
to the 134th Battalion, and went overseas in August. Early in 1918 he joined the 4th 
Mounted Rifles in France, and served first on the Lens section of the front. He was 
awarded the Military Cross in March for his action as leader of a section of a raiding 



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party near Hill 70, which penetrated the enemy's defences and resulted in the capture 
of a machine gun. During the withdrawal he held the communication trench, enabling 
all the wounded to be evacuated. Following the battles of Amiens, Arras and Cambrai 
through which he served, he was taken ill with pneumonia at the end of October and 
died a few days later at Torquay, England, where he was buried. 

THOMAS HERMAN HEINTZMAN July 26, 1888— May 26, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Herman Heintzman; b. Toronto; ed. Annette Street p.s., Humber- 
side C.I., Toronto; Applied Science 1905-07; Heintzman & Co. 

In October 1917 he joined the R. Flying Corps,' and after training in Texas and at 
Armour Heights he was appointed Instructor at Deseronto. He was instantly killed 
in an accident near the Rathbun aerodrome. He was instructing a pupil in flying, when 
another machine suddenly appeared. A collision was inevitable, but in an effort to 
save the other machine he made a quick turn which, however, proved fatal. Buried at 
Toronto. 

JOSEPH GRANT HELLIWELL Nov. 26, 1888— June 15, 1915 

Captain, First Battalion. 

Son of Grant Helliwell; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale P.s., Jesse Ketchum p.s., Jarvis 
Street C.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1906-10, Diploma (Civ. Eng.); Theta Delta Chi; 
Canadian Bridge Co., Walkerville; 21st Regt., Capt. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion and went to 
France in February 1915. Shortly afterwards he was invalided to hospital in Rouen 
till May, when he rejoined his battalion at Festubert. At Givenchy his was one of the 
two companies leading in the attack. His Captain was wounded on reaching the first 
German trench. Taking over the command of the company, he led it forward to the 
second trench, where he was seen to fall struck by a bullet through the head. Buried 
where he fell. 

JAMES HENDERSON March 28, 1878— July 16, 1917 

Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late James Henderson; b. Toronto; ed. Barrie p.s. and c.i.; Trinity 
Medical College 1898-1902, m.d., cm.; Practising at Sudbury and Regina; Served in 
S. African War; 1 6th Light Horse, Capt. 

He joined the First Contingent in August 19 14 with the i6th Light Horse from 
Saskatchewan but was invalided the same autumn. A year later he was appointed to 
the R.A.M.c, and went to France in September 19 15, attached to the Meerut Indian 
Division (Sikhs and Gurkhas). In January 19 16 he went with the same force to Mesopo- 
tamia and served in the attempt to relieve Kut. He was invalided in Ma\' I9i6,and in 
May 19 17 he returned to Canada on leave and died two months later at his home in 
Toronto. 

MAURICE RUSSELL HENDERSON May 21, 1894— June 13, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of the late Ernest G. Henderson ; b. London ; ed. Windsor p.s. and c.i. ; Windsor 
private school; University College 1912-15; Delta Kapjia Epsilon; 25th Regt., Lieut. 

In 1915 he was api^ointed to the 33rd Battalion and went overseas in the spring of 
1916. He joined the 58th Battalion in Flanders and a few days later was killed in 
action in the counter-attack recovering the lost ground at Sanctuary Wood. Buried 
near Poperinghe. 
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ALFRED HALL HENRY July i, 1898— Sept. 4, 1918 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of O. B. Henry; b. Drayton; ed. Drayton p.s. and Contn. School; Victoria 
College 1915-16; C.O.T.C. 

In March 19 16 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery on its 
formation, and went overseas in June. He joined the 21st Howitzer Battery, nth 
Brigade, in France in March 19 17 and went through the battles of Vimy, Hill 70 and 
Passchendaele. He also served in the battle of Amiens and the first part of the advance 
from Arras. During the attack on the Drocourt-Queant Line he was wounded on the 
night of September 3rd near Rumancourt, as he was going back to the waggon lines, and 
died the next day at No. 42 Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Aubigny. 

LEWIS BROCK HENRY Sept. 23, 1892— Aug. 30, 1917 

Captain, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of J. Edgar Henry; b. Maple Grove, Winona; ed. Winona P.s., Grimsby H.s,, 
Hamilton c.i.; Ontario Agricultural College 1909-13, b.s.a.; Secretary, o.A.c. Literary 
Society; O.A.C. 'Review' staff; Fruit farming; 77th Regt., Capt. 

In the spring of 1915 he recruited a platoon at Dundas, and in July was appointed 
to the 76th Battalion. He went overseas in April 1916, and for a time was with the 
36th and the 3rd Reserve Battalions acting as Musketry Instructor. He was twice 
employed in taking drafts over to France. Early in July 1917 he joined the 58th 
Battalion and served on the Lens-Hill 70 front. i\fter less than two months' service 
there he was instantly killed by a shell when taking part in a successful attack on a 
German outpost. Buried at Aix-Noulette. 

LEONARD JOHN HEXTALL Nov. 6, 1890— Nov. 21, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fiftieth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Hextall; b. London, Eng.; ed. at Hastings and Whitgift 
Grammar School, Croydon, Eng.; Ontario Agricultural College 1909-13, b.s.a.; Year 
President; Government service at Calgary. 

In November 1914 he enlisted in the 50th Battalion, in which he later received his 
commission and was appointed Signalling Officer. He went overseas in October 1915 
and reached France the following August. He was injured by shell-shock while serving 
on the Somme front, and died near Contay, where he was buried. 

JOHN EMERSON HILL Jan. 20, 1891— March 28, 1916 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillety. 

Son of James Hill; b. Goodwood; ed. Whitchuch p.s., Aurora H.s.; University 
College 1911-15, b.a. (Pol. Sci.); 'Varsity' staff; c.o.t.c. 

In the autumn of 1914 he enlisted in the 14th Battery, 4th Brigade, C.F.A., and went 
overseas with the Second Contingent. He reached France in .September 1915 and 
served through the following months in the Ploegsteert-Ypres area. During the heavy 
fighting of March 27th, 19 16, at St. Eloi he went out to repair a broken wire. While he 
was in the communication trench he was wounded in the spine by a shell, and died the 
next day at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Poperinghe. He had been 
recommended for a commission, and the order to return to England came the day after 
his death. 

CHARLES RUSSELL HILLIS Oct. 11, 1886— Feb. 25, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of Frank Hillis; b. Watford; ed. Inwood P.s., W'atford H.s.; Applied Science 
1903-06, Diploma (Mech. Eng.); Course with Westinghouse Co., Pittsburgh; Canadian 
Westinghouse Co., Hamilton; 13th Regt., Lieut.; md. Helen Weeks. 



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At the end of 1915 he was appointed to the 120th Battalion, and went overseas 
in August 19 1 6. While in England he was Adjutant to the Brigade School at East 
Sandling. He joined the Ii6th Battalion in France in August 1917, and served first on 
the Lens front and then through the battle of Passchendaele. After the return of his 
unit to Lens he was wounded, as it was taking over the line from the 58th Battalion, and 
died the next day in No. 7 General Hospital at St. Omer. Buried at Longuenesse near 
St. Omer. 

HENRY BOYD HODGE Nov. 29, 1880— Dec. 2, 1915 

Lance-Corporal, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the late Robert Hodge; b. Clontibret, Ireland; ed. Clontibret P.s., Erasmus 
Smith School, Ireland; S. African War, served in 74th Imperial Yeomanry, Dublin Coy.; 
Cape Mounted Police; University College 1912-15; Wycliffe College. 

In January 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, in which he was 
promoted to Sergeant, and went overseas in July. Reverting to Lance-Corporal, he 
went to France in October and served on the Neuve Eglise section of the front before 
Messines. When his unit was in reserve on December ist he was wounded by a shell 
which burst over his tent. He died the next day and was buried at Red Lodge, Hill 63. 
He had acted at times for the Brigade Chaplain, and had been recommended for a 
Chaplaincy shortly before his death. 

JOHN EASTWOOD HODGSON July 28, 1888— Nov. 5, 1918 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the late John E. Hodgson; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Jarvis Street c.i., 
Toronto; University College 1905-09, b.a. (Pol. Sc.);Year Treasurer; Historical Club; 
'Varsity' stafT; Tennis colours; Chi Delta Psi (Psi Upsilon) ; Asst. Registrar 1910-11 ; 
Murray Mather Co.; 48th Regt., Lieut.; md. Dorothy Jean Murray. 

In August 1915 he was appointed to the 92nd Battalion, in which he was promoted 
Captain and made Paymaster. Going overseas in May 1916, he was attached to the 
5th Reserve, and then to the 134th Battalion as Paymaster. He reverted to Lieutenant 
in March 1918 and went to France, where he was first employed with the Pay Corps. 
In September he joined the p.p.c.l.i. at Bourlon. On October 25th while on leave, he 
was taken ill and some days later died in a London hospital. Buried_at^Brookwood 
Cemetery. 

HERBERT SPENCER HOLCROFT Sept. 4, 1877— July 8, 1916 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of the late Thomas Holcroft; b. Orillia; ed. Trinity College School, Upper 
Canada College; Applied Science 1896-1900, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng.); Engineering Society 
executive; Dominion Land Surveyor. 

At the end of 1915 he was appointed to the 2nd Tunnelling Company, Canadian 
Engineers, and went overseas in January 191 6. Reaching France in the spring, he served 
in the Yprcs Salient, where he was injured by shell-shock in June. Me was taken to 
No. 4 London Military Hospital, and died there suddenly on July 8th. Buried at Bolney, 
Sussex. 



ROBERT HOME Dec. 29, 1890— April 22, 1917 

Ca|»tain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Robert Home; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdowne P.S., Harbord Street c.i., Toronto; 
Medicine 1908-13, m.b.; Staff in Medicine 1913-15; Staff of Toronto General and Grace 
Hospitals. 



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In October 1915 he was appointed to the r.a.m.c, and went overseas in November. 
On February 1st, 1917, he went to France in charge of No. 75 Sanitary Section. During 
the following months he was on the strength of the 107th Field Ambulance, 35th Divi- 
sion, and served with it, or from time to time as Medical Officer to Artillery and Infantry 
units, firs.t in the Bethune-IMerville area, then in the summer on the Somme, and later 
on the Arras front. At the end of November he returned home for a short leave. When 
he reached France again in January 1917 he joined the 17th Field Ambulance, but for 
several weeks was attached to the 6th Divisional School and employed in giving in- 
struction at various places near Bethune and Noeux-les-Mines. At the end of March he 
rejoined the Ambulance. On April 21st he was in the front line near Loos, being tem- 
porarily attached to the i8th Field Ambulance, and worked all night. The next day 
he was leaving the aid-post with his Colonel to enter the ambulance car, when a shell 
struck, killing them both and the driver. Buried at Bethune. 

FRED HOLMES HOPKINS Oct. 31, 1880— Jan. 30, 1916 

Lieut. -Colonel, Fourteenth Battalion, and Headquarters Staff, Shorncliffe. 
Son of His Honour Judge Hopkins; b. Lindsay; ed. Lindsay p.s. and c.i.; Uni- 
versity College 1901-05, B.A. (Pol. Sc); ll.b. 1910; u.c. Literary Society executive; 
Vice-President, Students' Union; xiiiClub; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Barrister, practising 
at Lindsay; 45th Regt., Lt.-Col. 

In August 1914 he was appointed to the 14th Battalion and went overseas with the 
First Contingent. After a period in France he was appointed Chief Compensation Officer 
at Shorncliffe. He was killed in a motor accident at Clapham, Sussex. Buried at 
Lindsay. 

RICHARD EARL HORKINS Dec. 9, 1890— Sept. 27, 1916 

Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of T. J. Horkins; b. Campbellford; ed. Campbellford p.s. and H.S.; Medicine 
1909-14, M.B.; Lacrosse colours; Faculty Rugby and Hockey teams; House Surgeon, 
St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto. 

He was first appointed to the c.a.m.c, and went overseas in May 1915. He then 
transferred to the r.a.m.c. and reached France in the summer, being attached as Medical 
Officer to the 77th Howitzer Brigade, R.F.A. He served in the Loos and Hill 60 areas, 
and then through the Somme campaign. Shortly after the capture of Combles, as he 
was passing through the town with Lieut. R. G. Hamilton, also of this University, and 
the Major of the battery, a shell struck and killed all three. Buried at Maricourt. 

ASA MILTON HORNER Dec. 31, 1893— Sept. 16, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of William J. Horner; b. Shawville, P.Que.; ed. Beachburg p.s., Jarvis Street 
C.I., Toronto; Victoria College 1910-16, b.a.; President, College Athletic Union; College 
Basket-ball and Rugby teams; First. Rugby colours; c.o.T.c, Sergt. 

In December 191 5 he was appointed to the 74th Battalion, and went overseas is 
March 1916. He joined the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles in France in June. He was 
wounded by a shell at Courcelette as he was leading his platoon in the attack, and died 
from his injuries the next day in hospital at Warloy, where he was buried. 

ANDREW ALLISON HORTON April 19, 1896— Oct. i, 1918 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

Son of E. A. Horton; b. St. Thomas; ed. St. Thomas p.s. and c.i.; University College 
1913-16; Treasurer, u.c. Literary Society; C.O.T.C; 25th Regt., Lieut. 



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In November 1915 he was appointed to the 91st Battah'on, and went overseas in the 
spring of 1916. He was in charge of Physical Training and Bayonet' Fighting for the 
35th and 4th Reserve Battalions in England. In April 1917 he joined the ist Battalion 
in France. He served through the battles and campaigns of that year and of 1918 till 
his death. He was killed in action in front of Cambrai. Buried at Sancourt. 

ERNEST DRYDEN HOSKEN Nov. 6, 1889— Oct. 14, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders. 

Son of George H. Hosken;b. Smith's Falls; ed. Smith's Falls P.S., Dominion Business 
College; University College 1911-15, c.A. (Classics); Year executive; c.o.t.c. 

In January 1915 he enlisted in the 19th Battalion, receiving his degree shortly 
afterwards at a special Convocation. He reached France in September and was pro- 
moted to Lance-Corporal. He served with the battalion through the winter in the 
trenches and in the battle of St. Eloi near Ypres. In August 1916 he received his com- 
mission in the 7th Cameron Highlanders, 15th Division. He was wounded in October, 
and remained for several months in England. Shortly after his return to the front, he, 
went over with a small party in a raid from Monchy-le-Preux.  He had volunteered for 
this work, and owing to his good service on night patrols his request had been granted. 
None of the party returned, and several months later he was reported as killed in action. 

FRANCIS CARL HOWARD Sept. 24, 1894— Sept. 9. 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Sonof Lewis A. Howard; b. Toronto ;ed. Huron Street p. s., Toronto; Upper Canada 
College; Medicine 19 13- 14; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

After qualifying in both Cavalry and Artillery he was appointed to the 75th Bat- 
talion in June 1915, and went overseas in March 19 16. Not long after reaching the 
front, when the battalion was in the line before St. Eloi, he and Lieut. H. L. Devlin took 
out a party on a night raid. When they arrived at the German trench, about 12.30 a.m., 
the enemy opened fire with machine guns, seriously wounding him and killing his com- 
panion. He was carried by his men to a shell hole, but they had to leave him owing to 
the enemy's bomb fire. Later he was taken in by the Germans, but died without re- 
covering consciousness on the afternoon of the same day. Buried at Commines. 

GEORGE EDWY CALDWELL HOWARD July 27, 1896— Sept. 26, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Edward S. Howard; b. Brampton; ed. Owen Sound p.s., Belleville 
p.s. and C.I.; Victoria College 1913-17, B.A. (Pol. Sci.); Alexander Mackenzie Scholar; 
15th Rcgt.; C.O.T.C. 

In October 1916 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company, and 
went to England in January 1917. He qualified as Flight Sub-Lieutenant in the R. 
Naval Air Service in July, and went to France the next month. He was wounded near 
Ostend on September 3rd and the following winter was home on leave. On his return 
to duty he was engaged in flying over the Belgian coast area. He was reported as missing 
near Zeebrugge on September 26th, 19 18. 

JOHN TURNER HOWARD May 21, 1892— June 18, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. 

Son of Willson S. Howard; b. Toronto; ed. Bolton Ave., Withrow, Huron Street 
P.ss., Harbord Street c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1909-13, B..\.sc. (Civ. Eng.) ; 
'Varsity' staff; Beta Theta Pi; Staff in Applied Science 19 13-16; C.O.T.C; md. Ruth 
Loudon. 



70 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

In August 19 16 he was appointed to the Canadian Engineers at Headquarters, 
Exhibition Camp, Toronto. He went overseas in May 19 17 and was transferred to the 
Royal Engineers. He reached France in March 1918, being attached to the Sound 
Ranging Section of the 5th Field Survey Company. On May 31st he was severely 
injured in a motor accident near Amiens, on the St. Vaast Road. His right leg was 
amputated, and tetanus set in, to which he succumbed at No. 10 British Red Cross 
Hospital. Buried at Le Treport. 

DAVID EDWIN HOWES May 20, 1877— May 19, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Edwin Howes; b. Minto Tp., Harriston; ed. Minto p.s., Harriston 
H.S.; Ottawa Normal School; Teaching five years; Trinity Medical College, M.D., CM. 
1906; Practising at Shallow Lake; md. Margaret Young. 

In December 1915 he was appointed Medical Officer to the 147th, Grey County, 
Battalion, and went overseas in October 19 16. He was attached to the 8th Reserve 
Battalion and to Medical Boards in England. After going to France in November 1917 
he was first attached to the Base Depot and then to No. i Canadian General Hospital. 
On the evening when the air raid on the Hospitals at Etaples began he had just returned 
from Church Service and was about to retire. He went over to render assistance to the 
injured, when a second bomb fell close by and instantly killed him. Buried at Etaples. 

HUGH LEWIS HOYLES Nov 13, 1880— Aug. 12, 1918 

Lieutenant, Forty-second Battalion. 

Son of N. W. Hoyles, K.C., LL.D.; b. Toronto; ed. Bishop Ridley College; Univer- 
sity College 1899-1903, b.a. (Eng. &Hist.-Cl.); Year President ; Manager, Senior Rugby 
team; Captain, Second Rugby team; Secretary-Treasurer, Cricket Club; Kappa Alpha; 
Law School; Barrister 1906, firm of Aylesworth, Wright, Moss & Thompson; Solicitor 
and General Counsel to Bell Telephone Co., Montreal; 5th Rcgt , Capt. and Adjutant; 
md. Elizabeth Sankey. 

In 19 15 he joined the 5th Royal Highlanders in Montreal, and after reverting to 
Lieutenant, went overseas with a reinforcing draft in November 1916. He joined the 
42nd Battalion in France in March 1917, and served with it through the battles of 
Vimy and Passchendaele, in the latter of which he was slightly wounded. He was 
killed instantly at the battle of Amiens on the night of August 12th while leading his 
company in a successful attack. Buried at Bouchoir, near Roye. His name was Men- 
tioned in Despatches on November i8th, 191 8. 

CHESTER HUGHES March 30, 1888— Nov. 15, 1915 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Only son of James L. Hughes, ll.d.; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdowne p.s., Parkdale c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1905-09, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Railway Engineering; Can. 
Engrs. 

In the autumn of 19 14 he joined the 6th Field Company, Canadian Engineers, of the 
Second Contingent, and was promoted Lieutenant In December. He reached France 
in July 1915, and was employed in charge of the construction of strong points for machine 
guns. He was killed by a shell, while walking at night on the road from Kemmel to 
Lindenhock. Buried at Locre. 

HUGH LLOYD HUGHES Aug. 4, 1887— March 6, 1917 

Private, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of Joseph Hughes; b. Drayton; ed. Moorefield P.s., Fergus Contn. School, 
Guelph C.I.; Education 1911-12; Principal, Princeton Continuation School. 



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In December 1915 he enlisted in the 71st Battalion. He was transferred to the 54th 
Battalion in England, and reached France in August 19 16. Though he was offered a 
commission he preferred to remain in the ranks. Through the autumn of 1916 he served 
in the Somme campaign. On March ist, 1917, he was fatally wounded at Vimy Ridge, 
and succumbed to his injuries five days later. Buried at Barlin. A scholarship has been 
founded in his memory at the Princeton School. 

FRANK HUME Sept. 5, 1881— Oct. 31, 1917 

Sergeant, Forty-seventh Battalion. 

Son of Alexander Hume; b. Gait; ed. Gait p.s. and H.s., and Glasgow, Scotland; 
Applied Science 1903-04; Irrigation Engineer in Alberta and British Columbia; md. Ada 
Winnifred Grififiths. 

In February 1916 he enlisted in the 172nd Battalion. He transferred to the 47th 
Battalion after arriving in England and went to France in March 1917. He had reverted 
in order to reach the front, but was again promoted to Sergeant shortly before his 
death. Through the summer he served in the campaign before Lens. At Passchendaele, 
he was shot by a sniper when directing the evacuation of a trench by his section. Buried 
at Poperinghe. 

WILLIAM HUSTON March 4, 1887— Dec. 6, 1917 

Captain, Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 

Son of Mitchell Huston; b. Carman, Man.; ed. Carman P.s. and H.s.; Ontario 
Veterinary College 19 12- 15. #• 

In March 19 15 he was appointed to the R. Army Veterinary Corps. He served in 
France with the 37th Divisional Train and the 126th Brigade, r.f.a., and was ^Mentioned 
for his services. He was accidentally killed near Bailleul, when struck by a motor lorry. 
Buried at Bailleul. 

LINCOLN GEORGE HUTTON March 17, 1893— Dec. 13, 1916 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

Son of Frank Hutton; b. Windsor; ed. Windsor p.s. and c.r.; Victoria College 191 1- 
15, B.A. (Philos.); G. J. Blewett Scholar; Sanford Gold Medal; Fellow in Political 
Science 19 15; President, College Literary Society; Secretary-Treasurer, Inter-Collegiate 
Debating Union; c.o.t.c; 21st Regt., Lieut. 

In December 1915 he was appointed to the 99th Battalion, and went overseas in 
June 1916. The next month he joined the 1st Battalion in France as Bombing Officer. 
He was wounded at the Somme on September 21st. On the morning of December 13th, 
when his battalion was in the line on the Carency sector, near Vimy Ridge, he went 
over into 'No Man's Land' to make an important reconnaissance of the enemy's lines. 
Shortly after he was severely wounded by a sniper's shot. He was remo\ed back to 
hospital, but succumbed to his injuries a few hours later. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

FREDERICK ARTHUR IIUYCKE May 8, 1897— Sept. 3, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

Son of His Honour Judge Huycke; b. Cobourg; ed. Cobourg p.s.; Peterborough 
p.s. and C.I.; Victoria College 1915-17; C.O.T.C. 

In March 19 17 he enlisted in the Artillery', and in July obtained his commission in 
the 74th Batter>', c.f.a. He transferred to the R. Naval Air Service on going overseas 
in November, and reached France in March 19 18. He was employed mostly on flying 
patrol over the English Channel. On one occasion, about a month before his final flight, 
his plane fell into the sea, but he was rescued bj- a fishing boat. On September 3rd he 
flew out from Torquay on submarine patrol over the Channel, and did not return, and 
no trace was found either of him or of his Observer. 



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ALFRED WILLIAM HYDER May 4, 1889— Sept. 2, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Fifteenth Cyclist Battalion. 

Only son of Joseph W. Hyder; b.,Penshurst, Eng. ; ed. Penshurst and Palmers 
Grays Schools, Eng., Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; University College 1913-15, 1916-17; 
Wycliffe College; c.o.t.c. 

In Januarj^ 1917 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company, and 
went overseas in October. After training in England with the Artists Rifles, he received 
his commission in the 15th Corps Cyclist Battalion. He went to France in July 1918, 
and reached the front line in August. Two weeks later he was killed instantly by a shell 
when leading a platoon into action on the Bailleul-Armentieres road. Buried at Bailleul. 

JAMES HAMILTON INGERSOLL Oct. 30, 1895— Sept. 29, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Lincolnshire Regiment. 

Son of J. H. Ingersoll, K.c; b. St. Catherines; ed. Bishop Ridley College; Trinity 
College 1913-14; 19th Regt., Lieut. 

At the outbreak of the war he enlisted in the R. Canadian Regiment, with which he 
served on garrison duty at Bermuda for a time. He then went to England, and after 
taking a course at the R. Military College, Sandhurst, was appointed to the 2nd Lincoln- 
shire Regiment in September 19 15. He reached France in August 19 16 and served on 
the Somme front. At the time of his death he was attached to the 6th Service Battalion 
of the Regiment. He was killed in action at Ovillers on the Somme front and buried at 
Aveluy^near Albert. 

GEORGE LEYCESTER INGLES April 23, 1886— Jan. 1,-1915 

Captain, Chaplain Service, att. 3rd Battalion and No. i General Hospital. 
Son of the Ven. Archdeacon Charles L. Ingles; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., 
Toronto, Trinity College School, Toronto Church School; Trinity College 1905-08, b.a. 
19 13; College Rugby and Cricket teams; Teaching at Trinity College School; General 
Theological Seminary, New York; Anglican Ministry, at Coldwater, and Curate of St. 
George's Church, Toronto; 2nd Regt., Sergt. 

In August 19 14 he was attached to the 3rd Battalion which was in part composed 
of members of his Militia Regiment, the Queen's Own. He was transferred for duty 
while at Salisbury Plain to No. i General Hospital, intending to return to the battalion 
when it should cross to France. On the outbreak of spinal meningitis in the camp he 
worked unremittingly in attendance on the sick, till he incurred the disease himself and 
succumbed after a few days. Buried at Bulford. 

RIC'kARD ALFRED IRELAND Jan. 13, 1889— Oct. 30, 1917 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late William Henry Ireland ; b. Trenton ; ed. Trenton p.s. and h.s. ; Medi- 
cine 1907-11, M.B.; House Surgeon, Toronto General Hospital; Practising at St. John's, 
Nfld.; Staff, Homewood Sanitarium, Guelph. 

In the summer of 19 15 he was appointed Medical Ofificer to the 76th Battalion, and 
went overseas in April 19 16. After being attached for a short period to the 39th and 
36th Reserve Battalions in England he went to France in August. He first joined No. 3 
General Hospital, and then No. 7 Stationary Hospital and No. 10 Field Ambulance. 
Later he was Medical Officer to the 5th Mounted Rifles. He served in the battle of the 
Somme and the Vimy campaign. At Passchendaele on October 30th, 19 17, he had filled 
his dressing station, and then left it to tend to the wounded men lying in the open, 
when he was instantly killed by a shell. Buried near the place where he fell. 



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VAN RENSSELAER SCHUYLER VAN TASSEL IRVINE Jan. 26, 1896— July 
Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. [19, 19 18 

Son of William C. Irvine; b. Chicago; ed. Bishop Ridley College; University College 

1915-16; Kappa Alpha; c.o.t.c. 

He joined the R. Flying Corps in June 1917, and in May 1918 reached France, 

where he served with the 43rd Squadron, r.a.f. After two months flying on various 

parts of the front he was missing on July 19th. He was last seen flying about eight 

miles north-east of Chateau Thierry. 

THOMAS CRAIK IRVING Aug. 31, 1878— Oct. 29, 1917 

Lieut. -Colonel, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of Thomas C. Irving; b. Toronto; ed. Harbord St. c.i.; Applied Science 1900-02; 
Manager, Third Rugby team; Rec. Secretary, Engineering Society; McGill University 
1902-03, B.sc; Delta Upsilon; Engineer, Robert W. Hunt & Co.; 2nd Fd. Coy., C.E., 
Capt.; md. Jessie Edna Murray. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed Captain in the c.e.f. and Commanding Officer of 
the 2nd Field Company, First Divisional Engineers, which he recruited in Toronto. He 
reached France in February 1915 with his unit, and served through the battles of Ypres, 
Festubert and Givenchy. Later in the year he was promoted to the rank of Major. 
He was, awarded the d.s.o. for his services in the third battle of Ypres in June 19 16. In 
the following autumn he was gazetted Lieut.-Colonel and appointed to the command 
of the Engineers of the 4th Division, which he commanded in the battles of the Somme 
and Vimy and through the following campaign before Lens. On October 29th, 1917, when 
the battle of Passchendaele was in progress, he was killed in his Headquarters by a 
fragment of a bomb dropped from an enemy's aeroplane. Buried at Brandhoek Military 
Cemetery. On January ist, 1918, his name was Mentioned in Despatches for his services 
at Passchendaele. 

OSCAR IRWIN Oct. I, 1885— Aprir23, 1915 

Captain, y.m.C.A., attached Tenth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Irwin; b. Collingwood Tp., Grey Cy.; ed. Redwing p.s., Colllng- 
wood p.s. and c.i.; University College 1908-12; Knox College; Assistant at Victoria 
Church, W'est Toronto, and Mount Albert Presbyterian Church. 

He went overseas as Honorary Lieutenant with the Y.M.C.A. of the First Contingent, 
being promoted later to Captain. His service was chiefly with the loth Battalion, with 
which he went to France in February 19 15. At the battle of St. Julicn he was reported 
wounded and missing, and later as killed in action on that day. 

THOMAS BARCLAY JACK Dec. 30, 1894— Aug. 24, 1918 

Captain, Queen's Westminster Rifles, London Regiment. 

Son of Arthur J. Jack; b. Seaford, Eng.; ed. London House School, Scaford, Wel- 
lington College, Brighton Technical School, Eng., Hamilton c.i.; Applied Science 1914- 

15; C.O.T.C. 

In May 19 15 he was gazetted to the Army Service Corps, in which he was promoted 
Lieutenant in September 1915 and Captain in November. He went to France in 
January 1916 and served with the A.s.c. till December 1917. He was appointed to the 
Queen's Westminster Regiment in May 1918 and returned to France. Three months 
later he was reported as having died of wounds. 

FRANKLIN PALMER JACKES Jan. 26, 1888— April 18, 1918 

Corporal, Seventh Canadian Railway Troops. 

Only son of F. W. Jackes; b. Markham Tp.; ed. Tliornhill p.s., Richmond Hill H.s.; 
Applied Science 1906-09, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Traffic Engineer, Bell Telephone Co. 



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In January 19 17 he enlisted in the 257th Battalion, and went overseas the next 
month. He went to France at the end of March with the 7th Canadian Railway Troops, 
'e' Company. After a year of service at the front he was killed instantly by a shrapnel 
fragment, when he was moving to a new position after having completed urgently 
needed work in a section that was heavily shelled by the enemy. Buried at Lillers. He 
had been Mentioned by his Commanding Officer for his service in carrying out a danger- 
ous and extensive sur\'ey in an advanced area under heavy shell fire. 

JAMES HARVEY JACKSON June 9, 1894— Oct. 16, 1918 

Corporal, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Abraham Jackson; b. Kendal; ed. Kendal p.s., Port Hope H.s.; Victoria 
College 1912-14, 1915-16, B.A. (Math. & Phys.); c.o.t.c. 

In May 1916 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.F. A., and 
went overseas in a draft the next month. He joined the i8th Battery in France in 
October, and served with it through the battles of the Somme and Vimy. On July 6th, 
19 17, he was wounded at Bois de Rollencourt. He served through the battle of Pass- 
chendaele, and in 1918 on the Lens-Arras front, then through the battles of Amiens, 
Arras, Drocourt-Queant and Cambrai. He was instantly killed in action by a shell 
splinter while serving his gun at Iwuy. Buried at Naves, near Denain. He had been 
recommended for the Military' Medal for carrying out a wounded comrade under shell 
fire on September 27th near Buissy in the attack on Bourlon Wood. 

LEONARD FOSTER JAMIESON Aug. 18, 1883— June 27, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the Rev. W. H. Jamieeon, d.d. ; b. Port Hope; ed. Blenheim p.s., Ridgetown 
C.I.; Western University 1904-06; Medicine 1906-08; Graduate work in New York; 
Practising at Grimsby; md. Janet Edith Yuill. 

In October 19 17 he was appointed to the R.ArM.C, and after a short period of training 
in England reached Alexandria in December. He was sent immediately to Palestine 
being attached to the 2/5th London Field Ambulance. After six weeks at the base in 
Jerusalem he was sent forward to the advanced dressing station. Later he was Medical 
Officer to the 302nd Artillery Brigade. He served in the capture of Jericho, the crossing 
of the Jordan, and the raids on Es Sault. When he had returned to Alexandria on sick 
leave, he was accidentally drowned while bathing. Buried at the Military Cemetery, 
Alexandria. 

ROBERT CRAWFORD JAMIESON May 4, 1892— April 23, 19 15 

Private, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Robert Crawford Jamieson; b. Toronto; ed. Rose Avenue P.s., 
Jarvis Street C.l., Farquharson School, Toronto; University College 1910-11; 48th Regt. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the 15th Battalion, and reached France with the First 
Contingent in February 1915. He was reported as missing after the battle of St. Julien 
and later as killed in action on that day. 

RALPH HIMSWORTH JARVIS Oct. 22, 1890— Feb. 27, 19 18 

Captain, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Edmund M. Jarvis; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, and Jarvis Street c.i., 
Toronto; University College 1907-0S; Applied Science 1908-12, b.a.sc (Civ. Eng. — 
Hon.); Psi Delta Psi; Civil Engineer; Corps of Guides; md. Evelyn Mary Jarvis. 

In 19 15 he began training with the Curtiss School, and in December went to 
England. He reached the Somme front in May 19 16, and in August was appointed 
Flight Commander. He was awarded the Military Cross for his service In driving off 



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three enemy machines, after which he returned to complete his work of observation, and 
for carrying out later a reconaissance in a strong gale. From March to July 1917 he 
was on the Home Establishment at Brooklands. He then returned to the front, serving 
in the Ypres section till February 19 18, and was awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre. 
Returning to England he was posted, as Acting Major, to the school at Grantham. 
Shortly afterwards he was accidentally killed while flying with a pupil. Buried at 
Weybridge. At the front he served with the 4th, 5th, and 7th Squadrons, and was 
several times Mentioned in Despatches. 

ERIC FRANKLIN JOHNSTON June 11, 1889— Nov. 18, 1918 

Captain, Chaplain Service. 

Son of J. Reynolds Johnston; b. Carleton Place; ed. Raleigh, N.C., London, Ont.; 
Western University ; Victoria College 1906-07. 1909-13, b.a.; b.d. 19 16; c.o.t.c; Metho- 
dist Ministry, Assistant Pastor, Elm Street Church, Toronto; md. Jessie Louise Loveys. 

In Februaiy 19 16 he was appointed to the 201 st Battalion, and was transferred later 
to the 198th Battalion. He went overseas eaily in 19 17, and in England transferred to 
the Chaplain Service. After a short period of duty in various camps he went to France 
on August 2nd, 19 18, and was attached to the 2nd Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun 
Corps. He was with this unit through the battle of Amiens and the following engage- 
ments till November 8th, when he was invalided with pneumonia to No. 20 Hospital at 
Camieis, where he died ten days later. Buried at Etaples. 

SINCLAIR BEATTY JOHNSTON Nov. 5, 1897— May 27, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, East Kent Regiment— Buffs. 

Son of Adam Johnston; b. Toronto; ed. Withrow Ave. P.s., Riverdale CI , Toronto; 
University College 19 15- 16; c.o.t.c. 

In March 1916 he went overseas with a draft of Imperial Commission candidates 
from the c.o.t.c, and in October was gazetted to the 7th East Kent Regiment. He 
reached the Somme front at the end of 1916 and served there during the German retreat 
in the spring of 1917. After a short period spent north of Lens till after the battle of 
Vimy, the battalion returned again to the front south-east of Arras. On May 27th at 
dusk he went out to reconnoitre for an attack that was planned for the next morning, 
and did not return. Later it was reported that he had died as a prisoner of war, and it 
is believed that he was mortally wcunded and carried into the German lines, dying 
shortly after. 

REGINALD HEBER MANNING JOLLIFFE Nov. 24, 1893— April 9, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Thirty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of the late Rev. T. W. Jolliffe; b. Campbellford; ed. Cannington p.s., Bownian- 
ville p.s. and h.s.; Victoria College 1913-14; c.o.t.c 

In the fall of 19 14 he enlisted in the 19th Battalion. He was invalided from it for 
several weeks and was eventually discharged as physically unfit. In 19 16 he was ap- 
pointed as Signal Officer to the 182nd Battalion, but went overseas with a draft of 
officers in September. After taking special courses in England he joined the 38th Bat- 
talion at the front in the spring of 19 17. Not long after, on the first day of the battle of 
Vimy, he was killed in action after he had passed the first German line and was ap- 
proaching the second trench. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

HERBERT JONES Sept. 2, 1874— March 5, IQI? 

Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Thomas Jones; b. Hamilton; cd. Hamilton c.i.; Medicine 189S-1900, 
1902-1904, M.B.; Graduate work in Germany and in New York; Practising in Hamilton; 
C.A.M.C, No. 12 Field Amb., Capt.; md. Nellie Paulin. 



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In the autumn of 19 14 he was appointed to No. 5 Field Ambulance of the Second 
Contingent, with which he served till his death. In Canada and England and for six 
months in France he acted as Paymaster to the unit in addition to his other duties. He 
reached France in the autumn of 19 15 and during the remainder of that year and through 
19 16 he served in the Yprcs and Somme areas. On February 23rd when his unit was 
on the Vimy front he was taken ill with pneumonia, to which he succumbed some daj's 
later at No. 42 c.c.s. Buried at Aubigny. Shortly before his death he had been recom- 
mended for theD.s.o. 

TRAFFORD JONES Oct. 19, 1SS5— May 16, 19 16 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of the late George A. Jones; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale p.s.. Upper Canada 
College; Applied Science 1902-06, B.A.SC. (Mech. Eng.); md. Madeline Smith. 

In May 19 15 he was appointed to the Second Divisional Ammunition Sub-Park and 
went overseas the same month. He transferred to the R. Flying Corps in England, and 
reached the front in January 19 16, He was killed in an engagement with three enemy 
machines. His Observer was wounded but succeeded in bringing the plane down 
within the British lines. Buried at Reninghelst, Poperinghe. 

ALBERT CATON JOURDAN July 9, 1893— Aug. 8, 1918 

Private, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of the late Rev. P. A. Jourdan; b. Newmarket; ed. Meaford and Markham 
H.S.; Victoria College 1915-16; Preparing for Ministry; c.o.T.C. 

In January 1916 he enlisted in the 157th Battalion, Simcoe Foresters, with the rank 
of Sergeant, and went overseas in October. For a year he was Instructor in Lewis-gun 
work to the 157th and the 125th Battalions. He then transferred to a Reserve battalion 
with a view to training for a commission, but postponed the opportunity in order to 
reach the front without delay. Reverting in rank he joined the 54th Battalion in France 
in February 19 18 and through the spring served on the Lens front. On the first day of 
the battle of Amiens he was killed in action while leading a machine gun section at 
Beaucourt. Buried at Beaucourt-en-Santerre. 

KENNETH WILLIAM JUNOR Aug. 3, 1894— April 23, 19 18 
Captain, Canadian Machine Gun Corps and Royal Air Force. 
Son of William Junor; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., Toronto, St. Andrew's 
College; University College 1912-15; Kappa Alpha; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

In March 19 15 he was appointed to the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, from which 
he transferred in July to the 75th Battalion. Going overseas in March 19 16, he joined 
the nth Machine Gun Company in England. He went to France in July and served 
first on the St. Eloi and then on the Somme front. In 19 17 he was seconded to the R. 
Flying Corps, being appointed to the 56th Squadron in France in December. He served 
on the Third, Fourth, and Fifth Army fronts from Arras to St. Quentin. On April 23rd, 
19 18. it was announced that he had been awarded the Military Cross for his courage and 
resourcefulness, with particular reference to his destroying two enemy planes and 
driving down two others out of control. On the same day he was reported as missing at 
Bray-sur-Somme. 

ERNEST REECE KAPPELE June 25, 1893— April 9, 1917 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of the late George Kappele, K.c; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale p.s., Toronto, St. 
Andrew's College; University College 19 10-12; Law School; 9th Horse, Lieut. 



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In the summer of 19 15 he was appointed to the 75th Battalion, and went overseas 
in March 19 16. He served with the battalion in France through the summer and autumn 
of 19 16 on the St. Eloi and Somme fronts. In January 19 17 owing to ill health he was 
given lighter work on the Staff of the 3rd Brigade, but returned to his battalion to the 
command of his former company in March. He was instantly killed by a shell as he was 
leading his men into action at Vimy Ridge on the first day of the attack. Buried on the 
Ridge. 

HUGH REID KAY June 17, 1890— Nov. 6, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of William Kay; b. Bearsden, Glasgow, Scotland; ed. Bearsden p.s.; Ontario 
Agricultural College; University College 1911-15, b.a. (Philos.); y.m.c.a. executive; 
Year executive; 'Varsity' staff; Knox College; c.o.t.c. 

Early in 19 16, with a number of Knox College men, he enlisted in the 43rd Howitzer 
Battery, C.F.A., and reached France in July. He served first on the Ypres and Kemmel 
fronts, then through the battle of the Somme, and in the next year through the Vimy 
campaign and at Hill 70. He was awarded the Military Medal in the summer of 19 17 
for his work as a linesman in keeping up telephone communication. At Passchendaele 
on November 6th he was detailed with an officer and two other signallers to go over 
with the Infantry. When the officer was wounded and taken back by one of the men, 
Kay with the other signaller went on and through the fighting continued to send back 
information. He was wounded but refused to leave. Later when he went to an 
advanced dressing station he was instantly killed by a shell. Buried near Passchendaele 
village. 

JOHN KAY July 29, 1892— Dec. 15, 1918 

Major, First Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of John B. Kay; b. Toronto; ed. St. Andrew's College; Applied Science 1909-14, 
B.A.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Faculty Rugby team; Zeta Psi; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed to the 15th Battalion, and reached France the 
following May. He served with the battalion till January 19 16, when he transferred to 
the 13th Machine Gun Company, which later became part of the 1st Battalion, c.m.g.c. 
During three years at the front he served in the battle of Festubert, the winter campaign 
on the Messines front 1915-16; then through the battles of Sanctuary Wood, the Somme, 
Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, Passchendaele, and in the first part of 1918 on the Arras front 
till he was invalided. He was Mentioned in Despatches in April 19 17 and awarded the 
Military' Cross for his energy and foresight in directing the work of his guns during the 
attack on Vimy Ridge. Not long after returning to Canada for duty he died of pneu- 
monia at Ottawa. Buried at Toronto. 

GORDON JACKSON KEAN Feb. 28, 1899— Oct. 24, 19 18 

Gunner, Canadian Heavy Artillery 

Only son of John Kcan; b. Chicago; ed. Line p.s., Chicago, Kew Beach p.s., River- 
dale c.i., Toronto; Medicine 1917-18. 

At the end of his first year he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, B;,ittery, 
c.F.A. After training at Pctawawa he went overseas in September, and transferred to the 
Heavy Artillery in England. Shortly afterwards he was taken ill with influenza and 
died at Kinmel Park Camp, Wales. Buried at Bodelwyddan Churchyard, Rhyl. 



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WILLIAM .AIOSES KEDEY Oct. 4, 1888— Sept. 3, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Heman Kedey; b. Fitzroy Harbour; ed. Fitzroy Harbour p.s. and H.s.; 
Ontario Agricultural College iQii-15, B.s.A.; College Athletic Association executive; 
Students' Association executive; Year Hockey team, Captain. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the McGi 1 Company of the 38th Battalion, which 
shortly afterwards became the ist Universities Company reinforcing the p.p.c.l.i.'T In 
July he joined the battalion in France. During a year's service at the front he served 
on the Somme, Armentieres, Messines, Kemmel and Ypres fronts. After the battle 
of Sanctuary Wood in July 1916 he joined the machine gun section of the battalion. 
A few days later he was severely wounded in the head and hand near Ypres. Some 
weeks later he succumbed to his injuries in hospital at Derby. Dying with no kindred 
or intimate friends near him, he was given a public and Masonic funeral at Derby, with 
many British and Australian wounded men in attendance. Among the wreaths was 
one given by the Governor-General of Canada as Provincial Grand Master of the 
Derbyshire Lodge. 

WILLIAM JOHN KEE Jan. 9, 1894— Dec. 20, 19 18 

Captain, Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 

Sonof John C. Kee; b. St. John, n.b.; ed. St. John p.s. and h.s.; Ontario Veterinary 
College 1913-16; c.o.T.c. 

In May 19 16 he was appointed to the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, and arrived 
at Havre in July. He was attached to the Royal Horse Artillery, of the 14th Army 
Brigade, and in the next two years served in the Somme, Ypres and Arras areas. He 
crossed into Italy with the British force in November 19 17, returning to France at the 
beginning of the German offensive the following March. After the Armistice he was 
taken ill and died at No. 3 General Hospital, Wandsworth. Buried at St. John, n.b. 

CHARLES EDMUND KEEMLE Aug. 14, 1894— June 15, 1915 

Private, First Battalion 

Son of Samuel Keemle; b. Wilmington, Del.; ed. Washington, D.C., p.s., Erie, Pa., 
P.S., St. Michael's College; St. Michael's College 19 11- 14; 27th Regt. 

In August 1914 he enlisted at Sarnia in the ist Battalion, and became one of the 
scouts of that unit. He reached France in February 19 15, and served through the battle 
of Ypres and the fighting of that May. The next month he was killed in action at 
Givenchy. 

THOMAS EWART KELLY Dec. 29, 1889— April 23, 1915 

Private, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of Thomas Kelly; b. Toronto; ed. Park p.s., Dufferin p.s., Toronto; Private 
School and Y.M.C.A.; University College 19 10-14, b.a. (Pol. Sci.); 12th Regt. 

He had but recently graduated when the war began, and in August 19 14 he enlisted 
in the 4th Battalion. He went overseas in October and reached France in February 
1915. He was reported as wounded and missing while serving as battalion runner in 
the second battle of Ypres, and later as having been killed on that day. 

HENRY ALEXANDER TAYLOR KENNEDY Nov. 29, 1894— Aug. 22, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Thirteenth Battalion and Royal Flying Corps 

Son of James F. Kennedy; b. Hamilton; ed. Central p.s., and c.i., Hamilton; 
Trinity College 1912-14; University College 1914-15; College Rugby and Basket-ball 
teams; Basket-ball colours. 



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After serving for a time with the Welland Canal Guard, he was appointed to the 
37th Battalion in July 19 15. The next month he went overseas with a draft, and after 
a short period in England joined the 13th Battalion in France. From this unit he was 
seconded to the 3rd Brigade Machine Gun Company, ist Division. He was wounded 
on September 14th, 19 16. He then joined the R. Flying Corps, and served with the 
40th Squadron in the Arras-Lens area. On August 22nd, 19 17, he was reported missing. 
The circumstances were never learnt, and some months later it was reported that he 
was presumed to have died on that day, 

STUART KENNEDY Dec. 28, 1887— July 2, 1915 

Corporal, Second Battalion. 

Son of J. W. Kennedy; b. Apple Hill, Glengarry Cy.; ed. Apple Hill p.s., Alexandria 
H.S.; Ontario Agricultural College 1906-10, B.s.A.; College Athletic executive; Rugby 
team; Heavy-weight wrestling champion; Staflf, 'o.A.c. Review'; Department of 
Agriculture, Ottawa, Live Stock Branch; District Representative at Perth; Queen's 
University 1912-14; 51st Regt. 

He was working on railway construction in the vacation when the wai began, and 
at once enlisted in the 5ist,Soo Rifles, Regiment, from which he joined the 2nd Battalion, 
C.E.F. Going overseas with the First Contingent, he reached France early in 19 15. He 
served in the machine gun section of the battalion through the second battle cf Ypres, 
and was wounded in May. He had been promoted to Corporal in April after the battle. 
He was killed in action not long afterwards at Ploegsteert Wood, as he was preparing 
an emplacement for his gun. Buried at Ploegsteert Wood, and later in Strand Military 
Cemetery extension. 

NELSON CLARKE KENNY Aug. i, 1891— May 18, 1917 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of James Milton Kenny; b. Guclph; ed. Guelph p.s., Swan River, Man., p.s.. 
New Westminster, E.C., p.s.; Columbian College 1907-0S, 1910-12; College athletic 
teams; Victoria College; Land Surveyor in British Columbia. 

In October 19 15 he enlisted in the ranks of the 67th Battalion, and went overseas 
in April 19 1 6. He reached France in August with his unit, which became the Pioneer 
Battalion of the 4th Division. After several months at the front he was recommended 
for a commission. About the time that he returned to the line his unit was broken up, 
and he was transferred to the 54th, British Columbia, Battalion, and shortly after to the 
75th. After Vimy Ridge had been taken, a Canadian Composite Corps was formed for 
the purpose of building light railways up to the front line, and he was appointed to the 
command of a company. He had been in charge of the repair of a damaged track, and 
his party was being relieved, when the enemy artillery opened fire searching a concealed 
battery near by. A shell struck the culvert where he had taken shelter and instantly 
killed him and the Corporal who was with him. Buried at Villcrs-au-Bois. 

CLEVELAND KEYES Sept. 29, 1893— March 24, 1918 

Major, Royal Field Artillery. 

Son of Sidney Killworth Keyes; b. Dartford, Kent, Eng.; ed. Abbey School, Bccken- 
ham and Haileybury College, Eng.; O.T.C.; Trinity College 1911-14, B..\. 1919; Delta 
Upsilon. 

On the outbreak of the war he returned to his home in England and obtained his 
commission in the R. Field Artillery. He was appointed to 'C Battery, 83rd Brigade, 
l8th Division, in October 19 14 and reached France in July 1915- During nearly three 
years' continuous service at the front, he was promoted through all grades from Second 
Lieutenant to Major. On January ist, 1917, lie w.is Mentioned in Despatches, and won 



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the Military' Cross for his courage and resourcefulness in withdrawing his battery with- 
out casualties from an exposed position at Caterpillar Wood on the Somme on July 17th, 
1916. Early in the morning of March 21st, 1918, the enemy opened a heavy barrage 
tire on his battery, which was stationed at La Fontaine near St. Quentin. He was 
severely wounded and carried to a dug-out, and shortly afterwards the Germans sur- 
rounded the position. Later it was reported that he had been taken prisoner and died 
three days later near Guise, where he was buried. His degree was conferred after his 
death. 

LILY DENTON KEYS July 12, 1889— Sept. 28, 1918 

Nursing Sister, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Daughter of the late Frank Denton, K.c; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdowne P.s., Harbord 
Street c.i., Havergal College, Toronto; Victoria College 1907-11, b.a.; y.w.c.a. and 
Athletic executi\"es; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Graduate study in Munich and Paris; 
Education 19 13-14; Toronto Public Library; md. Lieut. Norman Keys, M.c. 

In August she began her training in the Nursing Service, and later was appointed 
to the Sandford Fleming Military Hospital at Ottawa. After a short illness she died of 
pneumonia contracted while on duty. Buried at Toronto. 

VERNON KING Aug. 28, 1886— April 11, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force. 

Son of William John King; b. Gravensend, Eng.; ed. Gravesend Proprietary School 
and Grays College, Essex; Ontario Agricultural College 1907-11, B.s.A.; United States 
Department of Agriculture, Wellington, Kansas. 

In November 19 14 he enlisted as Driver in the R. Naval Division, and in March 
19 15 obtained his commission in the Royal Marines. He served with the Egyptian 
Expeditionary Force from May 19 15 to May 19 16 in Egypt and Lemnos. He then went 
to France with the R. Naval Division, with which he remained till October 19 17, when 
he was attached as Observer to the i6th Squadron, R. Flying Corps. He was killed in 
action, together with his Pilot, while flying near Arras. Buried at Aubigny. 

JOHN RICHARD KIRBY Aug. 14, 1890— Dec. 16, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late John C. Kirby; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., Parkdale c.i. , 
Dominion Business College, Toronto; Applied Science 1912-16, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); 
Fourth Year President; Canadian Fire Underwriters Association; c.o.x.c. 

In November 19 17 he joined the Royal Eying Corps, and after training in Canada 
and Texas went overseas in July 19 18. He had received his commission and was about 
to leave for France, when the Armistice was signed and he was retained for flying duty 
in England. He was accidentally killed at Worthy Down when, from an unknown 
cause, his machine fell fjom 200 feet. Buried at Morn Hill, Winchester. 

HERBERT NORMAN KLOTZ Jan. 19, 1887— April 23, 19 15 

Lieutenant, Second Battalion. 

Son of Eniil W. Klotz; b. Hamilton; ed. Huron Street P.S., Harbord Street c.i., 
Toronto; University College 1904-05; Applied Science 1906-09, b.a.sc. (An. & Appl. 
Chem.); Phi Kappa Pi; Analytical Chemist, Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Toronto; 9th 
Horse, Lieut. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed to the 2nd Battalion and went overseas at the 
end of September. He reached France In February 1915, and was one of the first 



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members of the Univeisity to fall. He was instantly killed in the battle of Ypres, 
when leading his platoon in attack against the German trenches at daybreak on April 
23rd. Buried near Langemarck. 

ARTHUR GERALD KNIGHT July 30, 1895— Dec. 21, 1916 

Captain, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Arthur Cecil Knight; b. Bedford, Eng.; ed. Upper Canada College; Applied 
Science 1913-15; Beta Theta Pi; c.o.T.C. 

In 19 15 he was appointed to the R. Flying Corps, and reached France in February 
19 16. He served in the 4th and 24th Squadrons on the Somme front. After ten months 
service he was reported as missing and later news came that he had fallen in flames 
after a combat behind the German lines at Douchy near St. Quentin. Buried at 
Moyenville. He has been awarded the Military Cross for his skill and gallantry on 
several occasions, particularly when he attacked at close range and brought down an 
enemy machine that was interfering with a reconnaissance. In January 1917 it was 
announced that he had also been awarded the D.s.o. for his continued skill and courage 
as a leader of offensive patrols, especially on one occasion when he led four machines 
against eighteen of the enemy, driving down four and dispersing the remainder. 

JOHN HENRY KNOX Feb. 7, 1895— March 30, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Second Canadian Railway Troops. 

Son of the late Thomas H. Knox; b. Toronto; ed. Orillia P.s. and H.s.; University 
College 1914-15; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Second Basket-ball colours; 12th Regt., Lieut. 

In January 19 16 he was appointed to the 127th Battalion and went overseas in 
August. He crossed to France in January 19 17 with the 2nd Canadian Railway Troops, 
and during the year served on various sections of the British front. His unit took part 
in the resistance to the German attack in March 19 18. At a point south-east of Amiens 
he left his trench to attend to a machine gun emplacement some distance away, and 
was killed by a shell fragment when he was returning. Buried at Sains-en-Amienois. 

EDWARD JOSEPH KYLIE Sept. 19, 1880— May 14, 19 16 

Captain, One-hundred-and-forty-seventh Battalion. 

Only son of Richard Kylie; b. Lindsay; ed. Loretto Nuns' School, and Lindsay C.I.; 
University College 1897-1901, B.A. (Classics, Eng. & Hist. -CI.); Mary Mulock Scholar- 
ship; Year President; Editor 'Varsity'; Delta Upsilon; Flavelle Scholarship; Balliol 
College, O.xford; B.A., Oxon. (Mod. Hist.) 1904; m.a.; Lecturer in Modern History, 
University of Toronto 1904-7; Associate Professor; Historical Club; Editor, 'University 
Monthly'; President, u.c. Literary Society; President, Students' Council; C.O.T.C, Capt. 

After organising and training 'e' Company of the C.o.T.C. through the session of 
1914-15, he acted as Recruiting Officer in Toronto for the Universities Companies re- 
inforcing the P. p. C.L.I. In November 19 15 he was appointed Captain and Adjutant to 
the 147th, Grey County, Battalion, which was trained at Owen Sound during the follow- 
ing winter. After a brief illness he died of typhoid pneumonia at Owen Sound, and was 
buried at Lindsay. 

RURIC HARRY LALANDE Feb. 2, 1889— Oct. 6, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of J. T. Lalandc; b. Morrisburg; ed. Cobourg c.l.; Medicine 1907-10; Queen's 
University 19 14-18, m.b. 

He joined the c.a.m.c. in 1917, and in May 1918 was appointed lo tiic staff of 
Cobourg Military Hospital. He left Canada for England on September 25th and died 
from bronchial pneumonia during the \oyage. Buried at sea. 
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BERTR.\M HOWARD LANDELS May 20, 1881— Sept. 26, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of Alexander Landels; b. Lower River, Hebert, n.s.; ed. Lower River School; 
Ontario Agricultural College 1907-11, b.s.a.; Staff, Agricultural College, Truro, N.s. 

In July 19 15 he enlisted in the 3rd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.I., and joined the 
battalion in France in November. After several months' service with the Princess 
Patricias, mostly on the Ypres front, he obtained his commission, and was appointed 
in August 19 16 to the 15th Battalion. He was severely wounded on the Somme, near 
Courcelette, and with others was placed in a shell hole for protection, it being impossible 
to take the wounded back at the time. Shortly afterwards he was killed by a shell that 
exploded near by. Buried where he fell. 

HENRY DRUMMOND LANG March 24, 1897— Dec. 31, 19 17 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of James Lang; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., Parkdale c.i., Toronto; 
University College 19 15- 16; c.o.t.c. 

In November 19 15 he enlisted in the 5th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.I., and went 
overseas in the spring of 19 16. He joined the battalion in France in June and served 
through the battle of the Somme in September and October. He was wounded at Vimy 
on April 9th, 19 17, but returned to the front in three weeks and served through the 
campaign before Lens, and the battles of Hill 70 and Passchendaele. On December 24th, 
when in an exposed part of the trench, he was shot in the neck by a sniper. He was 
removed to No. i S. African General Hospital at Abbeville, where a week later he died 
of his injuries. Buried at Abbeville. 

SIDNEY ALBERT LANG Aug. 25, 1884— Oct. 6, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of John J. Lang; b. Omemee; ed. Omemee p.s. and H.s., Peterborough c.i. : 
Applied Science 1910-14, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng. — Hon.); With Braden Copper Co., Ran- 
cagua, Chile. 

Being disabled for service overseas, he enlisted in the Engineers in the autumn of 
19 17, and shortly afterwards was given his commission. He served on duty at the 
Engineers' camp at St. John's, Que., and died there from influenza after a few days' 
illness. Buried at Toronto. 

JAMES MILES LANGSTAFF July 25, 1883— Mar. i, 1917 

Major, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of the late Dr. James Langstafif ; b. Richmond Hill; ed. Richmond Hill p.s. and 
H.s., Whitby C.I., Harbord Street C.I., Toronto; Matriculation Scholarships; University 
College 1900-01, 1906-07; Imperial Life Assurance Co.; F.I. A.; F. A. s.; c.a.; Law School, 
Gold Medallist and Van Koughnet Scholarship; Firm of Rowell, Reid, Wood & Wright; 
University Staff, Lecturer in Accountancy 1909-15; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

In the summer of 19 15 he was appointed to the 75th Battalion, in which he became 
Adjutant and eventually Senior Major and Second in command. He reached France in 
August 1916, and served first near Ypres and then through the later stages of the battle 
of the Somme. He was Mentioned in Despatches for his services, and before his death 
he had been selected for the command of a battalion in the near future. In the raid of 
March ist, 1917, at Vimy Ridge he led the battalion and fell in front of the German 
trench. Buried, together with his Commanding Officer, Lt.-Col. Beckett, at Villers-au- 
Bois. 



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JOHN GRAHAM LARMOUR Nov. 16, 1893— Nov. 16, 19 17 

Driver,, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late Rev. Dr. J. M. Larmour; b. Maitland; ed. Albert College, Belleville; 
R. College Dental Surgeons 1913-15. 

In April 1915 he enlisted in the 26th Battery, C.F.A., and went overseas in June. 
He transferred in England to the 23rd Howitzer Battery, 5th Brigade, and reached 
France in January 1916. He served first in the Ypres area, and then through the battles 
of the Somme, Vimy and Hill 70, and Passchendaele. He was awarded the Military 
Medal for bringing ammunition up to the guns under heavy shell fire. At the close of 
the battle of Passchendaele he was instantly killed by a shell. Buried at Vlamertinghe. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH LATORNELL Dec. 18, 1882— Nov. 18, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Fourth Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops. 

Son of Thomas Latornell; b. Meaford; ed. Meaford P.s. and H.s.; Applied Science 
1900-03, B.A.sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); City Engineer at Edmonton. 

Early in 19 16 he was appointed to the 75th Battery, C.F.A., and went overseas with 
a draft of men in April 19 17. Reverting in rank from Captain to Lieutenant in October, 
he joined the 4th Canadian Railway Troops in France. On November 9th he was 
seriously wounded in the head by the explosion of a bomb dropped in a raid of the enemy 
over the camp at Zuydcoote, and succumbed to his injuries a few days later. Buried 
at Zuydcoote. 

NORMAN LAWLESS Dec. 16, 1887— Feb. 19, 19 15 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of the late Thomas Lawless; b. Hamilton; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., Parkdale C.I., 
and Technical h.s., Toronto; Applied Science 1908-1 1, Diploma (Civ. Eng.) ; City Works 
Dept., Toronto. 

In August 19 14, with several of his fellows in the City Works Department, he 
enlisted in the 2nd Field Company, Canadian Engineers. When crossing from England 
to France he contracted a severe cold which developed into pneumonia. He was taken 
from the troop train at Le Mans and removed to the Red Cross Hospital, where he died 
three days later. Buried at Le Mans. 

HENRY LAWRENCE Nov. 22, 1890— Jan. 17, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Yorkshire Regiment. 

Son of James Lawrence; b. Scarborough, Eng.; ed. AH Saints School and Municipal 
School, Scarborough; University College 1911-14; W'yclifle College; C.O.T.C. 

In May 19 15 he enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and went 
overseas in June. He joined the battalion in France in August and served in it with the 
rank of Corporal for nine months, first on the Somme, and then on the Armcntieres and 
Ypres fronts. He returned to England in May 1916 to train for a commission, and was 
appointed to the 5th Yorkshire Regiment, crossing to France again in October and 
going to the Somme front. On January 17th, 1917, he went out on night patrol with 
two others near Beaucourt. One of the party returned shortly afterwards fatally 
injured, and reported that the others were wounded. Search parties sent out at the 
time could not discover them, but a few days later their bodies were found in a shell 
hole and buried there. 

ALFRED EDWARD LAWTON Jan. 5, 1891— Nov. 11, 1915 

Private, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Alfred Lawton; b. Birmingham, Eng.; ed. Aston p.s. and Clarke's College, 
Birmingham; University College 1911-12; Wycliffc College. 



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In 1914 he joined the 17th Battalion with which he went overseas. He transferred 
to the C.A.M.C. in April 1915 and joined the 2nd Field Ambulance in France on the 
Ploegstecrt front. He served in this unit under great stress and danger throughout the 
summer. On October 28th he was with a stretcher party carrying out wounded from 
the front line to the ambulance post at Wulverghem, when he was shot through the chest 
by a sniper. Some days later he died from his injuries in hospital at Etaples where he 
was buried. 

HAROLD OAKLEY LEACH Feb. 5, 1890— Sept. 2, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of the late Rev. John Joshua Leach, ph.b.; b. Calgary; ed. Neepawa, Man., 
p.s. and H.S., Winnipeg Normal School; Applied Science 1910-15, b.a.sC. (Civ. Eng. — 
Hon.); Hydrographic branch, Dept. of Interior, Winnipeg!; C.O.T.C., Band Sergt.; io6th 
Regt., Lieut. 

In February 1916 he was appointed Machine Gun Officer to the 184th Battalion, and 
went overseas in November. He then transferred to the 12th Canadian Machine Gun 
Company, and reached France in May 1917. He served first on the Avion-Lens front, 
and then through the battle of Passchendaele, in which he won the Military Cross for 
his service in bringing his guns into a commanding position, from w^hich, though under 
hea\'y fire, he did valuable service in the pursuit of the enemy and in dispersing troops 
that were massing for counter-attack. In 1918 he served through the battle of Amiens, 
and the first days of the advance from Arras. At the breaking of the Drocourt line near 
Dury he was Acting Captain of his battery, in No. 2 Company, 4th Battalion, being in 
support of the 87th Infantry. When they had passed over the enemy's main and support 
trenches, he moved forward with two runners to choose an advanced position. After 
they had gone but a short distance a shell exploded near by, killing all three. Buried 
near Dury. 

HARRY ERLAND LEE April 8, 1889— Sept. 17, 1916 

Gunner, First Motor Machine Gun Brigade. 

Son of Marcus Lee; b. Stoney Creek; ed. Wentworth p.s. and h.s., Hamilton c.i.; 
Education 1907-08; Teaching at Miniico Industrial School and Annette Street School, 
Toronto; Militia training 19 13. 

In January 19 15 he enlisted in the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles and went overseas 
in July. After a short period with the Fort Garry Horse he transferred to the 1st Motor 
Machine Gun Brigade, and reached France at the end of June 19 16. A few weeks 
later he was killed in action by a shell while he was serving his gun at Courcelette. Buried 
at Pozieres. 

AYTON RICHEY LEGGO Oct. 11, 1895— March 24, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Light Horse and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Dr. William A. Leggo; b. Ottawa; ed. Ottawa Model School and c.i.; R. 
College Dental Surgeons 1911-15, d.d.s.; College y.m.c.a. executive; 'Varsity' staff; 
c.o.T.c, Lieut.; 43rd Regt., Lieut. 

In the summer of 19 15 he was appointed to the 58th Battalion, and went oveiseas 
in December. He was Instructor in Signalling at Shorncliffe Military School till July 
1916, when he went to France as Signalling Officer with the Canadian Horse. After 
serving for some months on the Belgian front, at the end of the year he joined the 
R. Flying Corps as Observer with the 13th Squadron. As he was directing an engage- 
ment near Arras he and his Pilot were killed, the plane being struck and brought down 
by an anti-aircraft shell. Buried at Aubigny. 



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ARTHUR VINCENT LEONARD Oct. 29, 1890— June 27, 1918 

Captain, Cacadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Owen Leonard; b. Warkworth; cd. St. Mary's s.s., Hamilton, St. 
Michael's School, De La Salle Institute, Toronto; Medicine 1906-11, m.b.; First Rugby 
colours; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Isolation and Sick Children's Hospitals, Toronto. 

In August 1915 he was appointed to the c.a.m.c, and served for a month at Niagara 
Camp before going overseas. He crossed to France in November 19 15 and was attached 
as Medical Officer to the 2nd Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery, later joining No. 2 Field 
Ambulance. He took part in the battles of the Somme, Vimy, and Hill 70. In November 
19 1 7 he returned to England and joined the staff of No. 16 Canadian General Hospital 
at Orpington. In December of the same year he was attached to the Hospital ship 
service, first with H.M.H.s. 'Araguaya', and later, in March 1918, with h.m.h.s. 'Llan- 
dovery Castle '. He was drowned at sea when this ship was sunk by an enemy submarine. 

JOHN LEONARD Dec. 5, 1896— July 13, 1918 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Charles J. Leonard; b. Toronto; ed. St. Peter's s.s., and Harbord Street C.I., 
Toronto; University College 1913-15; Edward Blake Scholar; William Mulock Scholar; 
2nd Regt., Lieut. 

At the end of 1915 he was appointed to the i66th Battalion and went overseas in 
October 19 16. He joined the 75th Battalion in France in April 19 17 on the Vimy front, 
and served through the battles of Hill 70 and Passchendaele. He was awarded the 
Military Cross in January 1918 for his service in capturing" two prisoners in an attack 
by the enemy on the 1st, and in reconnoitring the German line during the following days 
in preparation for a successful raid. On the night of July I2-I3th, while with a fighting 
partrol near Gavrelle, he observed and attacked an enemy working party. The next night 
he took a patrol to the same place to obtain information, but was discovered and in- 
stantly killed. His companions were unable to recover his body, which it is believed 
was taken and buried by the enemy. 

GORDON FRANKLIN LESLIE June 26, 1894— Oct. 26, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of the late James B. Leslie; b. Erin; ed. Erin and Fergus P.ss., Guelph C.i.; 
Education 1913-14; Teaching at Kimberley 1914-15; Resident Dean at Alberta 
College. 

In April 1916 he enlisted at Edmonton in the 196th, Western Universities, Battalion, 
and went overseas in November. He received his commission in England, being ap- 
pointed to the 46th Battalion, which he joined in France in September 1917. A month 
later he fell at Passchendaele. He had just finished clearing a copse of the enemy, when 
he was instantly killed by a bomb. Buried at Decline Copse near Passchendaele Road. 

WILLIAM BROWN LESLIE April 5, 1893— Sept. 28, 19 18 
Lieutenant, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Sonof the late James B. Leslie; b. Erin; c(l. Erin and Fergus P.ss., and Guelph c.i.; 
Education 1912-13; Principal of Kimbcrky School; Teaching at Emo; 98th Rcgt.' 

He enlisted in December 19 15, shortly afterwards reneiving his commission in the 
141st Battalion. He went overseas in May 1917, and in November joined the 44th 
Battalion in France. In July 19 18 he was wounded in a raid on Oppy, but rejoined his 
battalion on the second day of the battle of Amiens. He was instant ly killed by shrapnel 
on September 28th at Cambrai. Buried at Cambrai. 



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NEVILLE HALL LITTLE June 24, 1893— Oct. 29, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Lewis A. Little; b. Trenton; ed. Trenton P.s and H.s.; Medicine 1911-16, 
M.B.; Toronto General Hospital staff; m.r.c.s.; l.r.c.p.; c.o.t.c. 

In October 1916 he was gazetted to the c.A.M.c, and went overseas in February 
1917. He was appointed to No. ii Canadian General Hospital, Moore Barracks, 
Shorncliflfe, being placed in charge of a new ward. He went to France with No. 13 Field 
Ambulance in July 19 18 and served through the campaign of that summer. On October 
20th, at Denain shortly after the capture of the town, he was wounded in the thigh. He 
was taken to No. 4 Casualty Clearing Station, where he succumbed to his injuries a few 
days later. Buried at Duisans. 

HUGH D'ALTON LIVINGSTON Jan. 30, 1891— Aug. 27, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of W. Churchill Livingston; b. Hamilton; ed. Brantford p.s. and c.i.; Applied 
Science 1909-13, b.a.sc. (Architecture — Hon.); Secretary-Treasurer, Tennis team; With 
firm of Angus & Angus, North Bay; Graduate course in Paris; 38th Regt., Lieut.; md. 
Florence Alexander. 

In March 19 16 he was appointed to the 125th' Battalion, and went overseas in July . 
He was in England with the 5th Division till April 1918, when he joined the Ii6th 
Battalion in France. At the battle of Amiens he was wounded in the arm but remained 
on duty. He was killed by- a machine gun bullet as he was leading his platoon in the 
attack at Bois du Vert, at the beginning of the battle of Arras. Buried at Monchy-le- 
Preux. 

MELVILLE ELLIOT LOBB July 20, 1892— April 23, 1915 

Lance- Corporal, Third Battalion. 

Son of the late S. W. Lobb; b. Nanaimo, B.C.; ed. Model School, Toronto, Woodstock 
College; University College 1908-09. 1910-13, b.a. (Math. & Phys.); Canada Life 
Assurance Co.; 2nd Regt. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the 3rd Battalion, and went overseas at the end of 
September. He went to France with his battalion in February 19 15, and served first in 
the Armentieres section of the front. At the battle of St. Julien he was last seen carrying 
up ammunition; then was reported as missing, and later as killed in action on that day. 

WILLIAM ERIC LOCKHART Mar. 8, 1893— June 12, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers, Signals, and Royal Flying Corps. 
Son of the late W. T. Lockhart, m.p.p.; b. Newcastle; ed. Newcastle p.s. and H.s., 
Bowmanville H.s.; Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Psi Delta Psi. 

In November 19 14 he enlisted in the 2nd Divisional Signal Company of the Cana- 
dian Engineers, in which he was later promoted Sergeant, and went overseas in May 
19 15. He went to France with this unit in September, and served at the front, mostly 
in the Ypres area, till December when he was invalided with pleurisy and remained in 
England for several months. In February 19 17 he received his commission in the 
Engineers, and shortly afterwards was seconded to the R. Flying Corps. He returned 
to France on June 2nd, being appointed to the looth Squadron, and began night flying 
over the lines. Ten days later, when he was acting as machine-gunner, the plane fell 
just before crossing the enemy's lines, killing him instantly. Buried at Aire near 
St. Omer. 



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HAROLD LAMONT LONGWORTHY May 24, 1894— April 8, 19 17 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of William M. Longworthy; b. Regina; ed. Regina P.s. and C.I.; Applied Science 
1913-14; Phi Sigma Tau; Treasury Department, Saskatchewan Government 1914-15. 

In October 1915 he enlisted in the 38th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in 
February 1916. He crossed to France with his battery the following July, and served 
first near Ypres and then through the battle of the Somme. The day before the 
capture of Vimy Ridge he was instantly killed by a splinter from a shell which pierced 
his chest. Buried at Villers-au-Bois Cemetery. 

LOUDON BRIAN MELVILLE LOUDON Oct. 3, 1892— Sept. i, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late President James Loudon; b. Toronto; ed. Harbord Street c.i., Jarvis 
Street c.i., Toronto; University College 1910-15, B.A.; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

In August 19 15 he was appointed to the 92nd Battalion, and went overseas in May 
19 16. A month later, reverting to the rank of Lieutenant, he joined the 15th Battalion 
in France. He was wounded severely in the foot at Courcelette on September 15th and 
returned home on leave in November. He went back to England in February 19 17 
and for several months was on duty at West Sandling and Otterpool Camps. He had 
again been promoted Captain, but again reverted to Lieutenant in order to return to 
France in March 19 18. After serving through the battle of Amiens, he was killed near 
Hendicourt, east of Arras. He was leading his platoon forward and approaching the 
objective, when he was obliged to halt owing to the British barrage. As he was seeing 
that his men had cover he was struck in the heart by an enemy shrapnel bullet. Buried 
at Cagnicourt Wood. 

SIDNEY JAMES LUCK May 9, 1889— April 9, 19 17 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of John Luck; b. Leighton Buzzard, Eng.; ed. Henley-on-Thames School, Eng.; 
Methodist Probationer at Matheson and Cochrane; Victoria College 19 15-16. 

In September 19 15 he enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and went 
overseas the next month. The following spring he joined the battalion in France, and 
was wounded near St. Eloi in April 19 16. He returned to France in February 19 17. Two 
months later he was wounded in the back on the first day of the battle of Vimy. He was 
carried to a dressing station, but died shortly afterwards. Buried at Bruay. 

JOHN GORDON LUMSDEN Jan. 21, 1891— May 9, 1916 

Lance-Corporal, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of PVcd.H. Lumsdcn; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton P.s. and c.i.; Victoria College 
1912-15; 13th Regt., 91st Regt.; c.o.t.c; 77th Regt., Lieut. 

In March 19 15 he resigned his commission in the Militia, and enlisted in the 5th 
Field Ambulance, C.A.M.C. He reached France in September, and in January 1916 was 
attached to the Y.M.C.A. for work with the 2nd Divisional Artillery, with which he 
served in various places during the following months. On the evening of May 9th he 
was making arrangements for opening a new y.m.c.a. branch at Dickebusch when a shell 
burst near by and instantly killed him. Buried at Renlnghelst. At the time of his death 
he was about to be transferred to the Artillery to train for a commission. 

ROBERT EDWARD MACBETH July 18, 1890— Aug. 19, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of William John MacBeth; b. Toronto; ed. Parkdale P.s. and c.r., Toronto; 
Applied Science 1907-11, it.A.sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); Assistant Roadways Engineer, 
City of Toronto. 



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In November 1915 he joined the R. Flying Corps, and after qualifying as Pilot was 
employed as Instructor. He was injured by a fall in May 1916 when flying over the 
North Sea and returned home on sick leave in August. He went to the Bahamas, b.w.i., 
to survey for an aerial school, and then returned to England. Having undergone two 
serious operations in February and June 19 17, and being in consequence unfit for flying, 
he was employed for several months as Instructor in the theory of flying and compass 
work. He was offered the position of Chief Compass Officer in England, but declined 
as he wished to resume active service flying. In July 191 8 he was engaged as Ferry Pilot 
between London and Boulogne, and on August loth was passed as fit for general service. 
On the day of his death he was testing a Handley-Page machine and instructing another 
officer, at Maxstoke Castle near Birmingham, when it collapsed and fell. He and six 
others were instantly' killed in the crash. Buried at Maxstoke Castle. 

DOUGLAS SHERWOOD McCARTER March 8, 1895— Sept. 28, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of George S. McCarter; b. Calgary; ed. Revelstoke, B.C., p.s. and H.s.; Trinity 
College 1914-16; c.o.T.c. 

After being rejected a number of times on account of his eyesight, he was accepted 
for ser\ace in September 19 16, when he enlisted in the 78th Battery, c.f.a., at Calgary. 
He then trained for a commission at Kingston, coming out second in his class, and went 
overseas in April 1917 in charge of a draft from the 75th Battery. In November he 
joined the 33rd Battery, 9th Brigade, in France. At Passchendaele he was gassed. 
After going through the battles of Amiens and Arras, he was killed in action on Sep- 
tember 28th. He was acting as Forward Observation Officer at Bourlon Wood before 
Cambrai, and during the morning had kept up communication with Headquarters and 
sent back valuable information. Early in the afternoon he was instantly killed by a 
machine gun bullet. Buried at Bourlon Wood. 

THOMAS ALLAN McCOMB April 10, 1882— Aug. 30, 1917 

Lance-Corporal, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of the late James McComb;b. Melancthon; ed. Granger p.s., Shelburne Contn. 
Sch.; Methodist Probationer at Trout Creek and Orville; Victoria College 1914-16; 
C.O.T.C. 

In April 1916 he enlisted in the 201st Battalion, and after transferring to the 170th 
Battalion went overseas in October. The next month he joined the 58th Battalion 
in France. He served through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the following engagements 
before Lens. Shortly after the capture of Hill 70 he was instantly killed by shell con- 
cussion at St. Pierre. Buried at Aix-Noulette. A month before his death he had been 
ordained on the field to the Ministry of his Church. 

JOHN McCRAE Nov. 30, 1872— Jan. 28, 19 18 

Lieut.-Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Lt.-Col. David McCrae; b. Guelph; ed. Guelph p.s. and C.i.; University 
College 1889-92, 93-94, B.A. (Nat. Sci.); Medicine 1894-98, m.b.; m.d. 1910; Zeta Psi; 
Fellow and Lecturer, McGill University; Staff, Alexandra and R. Victoria Hospitals, 
Montreal; f.r.c.p.; Association of American Physicians; c.f.a., Lieut., S. African War, 
Queen's Medal with three clasps; c.f.a., O.C. l6th Bty. 

When war was declared he was on his way to England. At the end of August 19 14 
he returned to Canada to become Medical Officer to the ist Artillery Brigade, c.e.f. 
With this unit he went to France and served through the battle of Ypres and the suc- 
ceed^g weeks. During those days "In Flanders Fields" was composed. In June 19 15 
he was transferred, with the rank of Lieut.-Colonel, to No. 3, McGIll, General Hospital 



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at Boulogne, with which he served in charge of Medicine till his death. On January 
23rd, the day on which his appointment was announced as Consulting Physician to 
the British Forces in the Field, he was taken 111 with pneumonia, and five days later 
died in No. 14 General Hospital. Buried at Wimereux. 

LORNE HASTINGS McCURDY Nov. 27, 1893— Aug. 22, 19 17 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of D. G. McCurdy; b. Tottenham; ed. Tottenham p.s. and Contn. Sch.; Orillia 
Model School; Teaching in Ontario and Alberta; University College 1914-16; C.O.T.C. 

In April 1916 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., and 
went overseas in its first draft in June. He reached France in the autumn, joining the 
29th Battery, nth Brigade, and served through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the 
following engagements. On August 22nd, near Hill 70, he was gassed and was removed 
to No. 6 Casualty Clearing Station, where he died on the same afternoon. 

HUGH EDWARD McCUTCHEON Aug. 8, 1888— Sept. 3, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Hugh McCutcheon; b. Kamloops, B.C.; ed. Pictou, N.s., and Greenwood, 
B.C., P.S.; Ithaca, N.Y., H.S.; University College 1909-11; Delta Upsilon; Murray, 
Mather & Co. 

In August 19 14 he enlisted in the 2nd Field Company, Canadian Engineers, and 
was promoted Corporal before going overseas. He reached France in February 19 15, 
and served at the front for eleven months, through the battle of Ypres and the following 
engagements. In January 1916 he obtained his commission in the 7th Worcestershire 
Regiment, and shortly afterwards transferred to the R. Flying Corps. He left for 
France again on August 23rd and joined the 4th Squadron on the Somme front. Two 
weeks later, when he was on Artillery patrol, his machine was struck and damaged by 
an anti-aircraft shell. He brought it back under difficulty for a considerable distance, 
but just before gliding to land, a gust of wind caused it to side-slip and crash. His 
Observer was severely injured and he himself was instantly killed. Buried at Warloy, 
near Albert. 

ALEXANDER GILMOUR MACDONALD 1888— May 18, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-second Battalion. 

Only son of Sheriff Charles Macdonald; Applied Science 1907-10; Land surveyor 
in Yukon, Alaska and British Columbia. 

He enlisted on the outbreak of the war in the i6th Battalion and went overseas in 
October 19 14. Reaching France in February' 1915 he served through the second battle 
of Ypres, and at Festubert, where he was severely wounded on May 15th. On his 
recovery he received his commission and was appointed as Lieutenant in the 102nd, 
North British Columbia, Battalion. Returning to France in August 1916 he was again 
seriously wounded on October 20th at Regina Trench. After some time in England he 
was returned to Canada as no longer fit for front line service. Following an operation 
which he underwent on his knee, infection developed, to which he succumbed. Buried 
at Vancouver. 

ARCHIBALD WALTER MACDONALD June 12, 18S9— Sept. 15, 1916 

Lieutenant, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of Dr. Albert A. Macdonald ; b. Toronto; cd. Upper Canada College; University 
College 1906-09; Al])ha Delta I'hi; Swimming colours; loth Regt., Lieut. 

In November 1914 he was appointed to the I9lh Battalion, and went overseas in 
May 19 1 5. He reached France in September, and served on the Ploegsteert- Ypres 



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front, and through the battle of St. Elol. At Courcelette, when in command of his 
company, he captured the trenches that were its objective, making many prisoners. 
Just after he had sent back his report that the position was consolidated and his task 
completed, he was struck by a piece of shrapnel and instantly killed. Buried at Sunken 
Road Cemetery, Contalmaison. 

RUSSELL HUGH MACDOUGALL Oct. 24, 1897— Aug. 22, 1916 

Lance-Corporal, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of Hugh Macdougall; b. Fenelon Falls; ed. Owen Sound and Lindsay c.i.; 
Applied Science 1907-08; Faculty Hockey team; Employed in steel construction work. 

He enlisted in November 1915 in the 109th, Victoria and Haliburton, Battalion. 
On reaching England in July 19 16 he was transferred to the 44th Battalion. The 
following month he died of pneumonia after a short illness. Buried at Bramshott. 

JOHN WILLIAM McDOWELL Dec. 9, 1892— Dec. 13, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Heavy Artillery. 

Son of the late William McDowell; b. Glen Allan; ed. Glen Allan p.s., Drayton H.s.; 
Medicine 1914-16; c.o.t.c. 

In March 19 16 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., on 
its formation, and went overseas in October. He received his commission in June 1917, 
being appointed to the ist Canadian Siege Battery. Reaching France in October he 
served through the battle of Passchendaele. He was killed on the Menin Road when 
the Divisional Headquarters were destroyed by a bomb. Buried at Menin Cemetery. 

GEORGE ARTHUR McEWEN Feb. 15, 1894— Sept. 30, 1918 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Austin Eber McEwen; b. Bathgate, N. Dakota; ed. Yellow Grass, Sask., 
P.s. and H.S., Regina C.I.; Applied Science 1913-16; c.o.t.c. 

In February 19 16 he enlisted in the 47th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in 
September. After a period with the 80th and 54th Batteries in England, he went to 
France in March 1917, joining the nth Battery at the front. He served through the 
battle of Vimy, and the campaign before Lens. He was wounded at Passchendaele and 
invalided for some months. Returning to France in March 19 18 he was in action near 
Amiens, and then employed as draughtsman at the 3rd Brigade Headquarters. In the 
fighting before Cambrai on September 29th, he was wounded in the back by a fragment 
from a shell that burst near the Headquarters dug-out. Though he immediately re- 
ceived every possible attention he succumbed to his injuries on the next day at No. 33 
Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Ficheux, near Arras. 

AUBREY THOMAS McFADDEN Feb. 19, 1896— Nov. 25, 1917 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of C. A. McFadden; b. Burk's Falls; ed. Penetanguishene Prot. s.s. and H.s.; 
Victoria College 1913-15; c.o.t.c. 

He first enlisted in the 157th Battalion, and then transferred to the Canadian 
Engineers, Signals. He went overseas in May 19 16 and reached France in, October. 
After some months at the Base Signal Depot at Abbeville, he joined the nth Brigade 
Signal Section, 4lh Divisional Signal Company, in March 1917. He served through 
Vimy-Lens campaign of that spring and summer. In the latter days of the battle of 
Passchendaele, when he was resting with his section, the running of a line proved so 
costly that additional help was required. He volunteered, and it was while leading his 
section in this service that he was overcome by gas and succumbed not long after. 
Buried at Mendinghem Cemetery, Proven, near Poperinghe. 



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PETER LYDELL McGAVIN March 28, 1896— Aug. 14, 1917 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son 'of Josiah McGavin; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto P.ss. and Technical School; 
Applied Science 1914-16; c.o.T.c. 

He went overseas with the second draft of c.o.T.c. candidates for Imperial com- 
missions in March 1916. After training first for the Artillery, he transferred to the 
R. Flying Corps and received his commission in March 191 7. The next month he 
joined the 25th Squadron on the Lens-Arras front. On August 14th, when he was 
returning from a bombing expedition over the German lines south-east of Lens, his 
formation was attacked by a stronger force of the enemy. His machine was seen to 
fall, and later he was reported to have been killed on that day. 

GEORGE ALLAN McGIFFIN Dec. 8, 1881— Aug. 27, 1918 

Captain, Twenty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Sumner McGiffin; b. Oakville; ed. Dufferin P.s., Jarvis 
Street c.i., Toronto; University College 1899-1903, b.a. (Pol. Sci.); Staff of Toronto 
'Star', 'Mail and Empire', 'News'; Gagnier's Ltd. ; Canadian Associated Press; 36th 
Regt., Lieut. 

At the end of 1914 he was appointed to the 74th Battalion, from which he trans- 
ferred to the 37th in June 1915. Going overseas in October, he joined the 24th Battalion, 
Victoria Rifles, at the front in May 1916. He served in the battle of Zillebeke in June, 
and then in the St. Eloi section before going to the Sonime at the end of July. On 
September 17th he was severely wounded at Courcelette, being shot through the lung. 
After being home on leave for a time he returned to England in January 1917. He 
crossed to France again in October and served during the following months on the 
Lens front till he went to Amiens in August 1918. He was promoted Captain in July. 
He was killed in action on the first day of the advance from before Arras to the Drocourt- 
Queant line, while taking part in the attack on Upton Wood. Buried at Sun Quarry 
Cemetery, Cherisy. 

ROBERT BLANEY McGUIRE Nov. 17, 1894— April 30, iQi? 

Second Lieutenant, Middlesex Regiment. 

Son of Blaney McGuire; b. Orangeville; ed. Orangeville P.s. and H.s.; R. College 
Dental Surgeons 1914-16; c.o.T.c. 

At the end of 1915 he was accepted as a c.o.T.c. candidate for an Imperial com- 
mission, and went overseas in January 1916. He was appointed to the 15th Middlesex 
Regiment, and after a course at Oxford was sent to Ireland for duty, where he remained 
three months. He then completed his training, qualifying as a bombing Instructor. 
On March 20th, 1917, he joined the 23rd Middlesex Regiment In France. Not long 
afterwards he was killed near Ypres by the premature explosion of a bomb. Burled at 
Renlnghelst. 

ANGUS McINTOSH Dec. 19, 1883— Aug. 4, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Andrew Mcintosh; b. Elsinore; ed. Amabel Tp. p.s., Port Elgin H.s., 
Owen Sound C.I. ; Farming; University College 1910-11 ; Queen's University. 

He enlisted in October 1915 in the 46th, Queen's Battery, C.F.A., and went over- 
seas In February 1916. He went to France In July, and served In the 9th Brigade at 
the Sommc, Vimy and Lens. He was instantly killed by a long distance shell, when 
in rest back of the lines on the Lens front. Burled near where he fell. 



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GORDON KING MACKENDRICK June 9, 1894— Oct. 8, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battahon. 

Son of Lt.-Col. William Gordon AlacKendrick, d.s.o. ; b. Toronto; ed. Welleslej' 
P.S., Toronto; Trinity College School; Applied Science 1914-15; c.o.t.c. ; 12th Regt., 
Lieut. 

In October 1915 he was appointed to the 8ist Battalion with which he went over- 
seas in the spring of 1916. He joined the 58th Battalion on theSomme in September, 
The second time that he was in the line before Courcelette his company reached Regina 
Trench, and beat back two counter-attacks, in which fighting he was wounded in the 
leg. As only a few men were left, they were ordered to retire, and while withdrawing 
between the trench and the wire he, with his Company Commander, was killed by a 
shell. Buried where he fell. 

ALISTER MUNRO MACKENZIE Feb. 18, 1885— March 30, 1916 

Lance-Corporal, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Norman Ambrose William Mackenzie; b. Burlington; ed. Bur- 
lington and Staney Brae P.ss. ; Forestry 1909-10; First Swimming colours; Canadian 
champion canoe paddler, doubles and single; Intercollegiate wrestling champion; 
Surveying and building; Beil Telephone Co., Montreal. 

In ]\Iarch 1915 he enlisted in the Machine Gun vSection of the 19th Battalion, and 
reached France in September. Through the winter he served in the Wulverghem — St. 
Eloi area, and distinguished himself in several reconnaissances. When on duty with 
his section in the trenches at Ridgewood he was instantly killed by a bomb. Buried at 
Ridgewood Cemetery. He had been mentioned for a commission, and been recom- 
mended for the D.C.M. for his service in a trench raid. 

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DOUGLAS FRASER MACKENZIE June 16, 1894— Aug. 4, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the Rev. Murdoch MacKenzie, d.d.; b. Chefoo, China; ed. Georgetown 
H.S., Harbord Street C.i., Toronto; First Mary Mulock scholar; University College 
1913-14; u.c. Literary Society executive; Knox College. 

In October 1914 he enlisted in the 19th Battalion, but was subsequently^ discharged 
as physically unfit. Shortly afterwards, however, he was again accepted for service 
with the 35th Battalion. When a draft of signallers was called for in May 1915 he 
volunteered and went overseas with the Second Divisional Signal Company. He 
reached France in September and for 25 months served in the Second Division through 
the fighting around Ypres, at the So^nme and from Vimy to Hill 70. In October 191 7 
he joined the Royal Flying Corps as Cadet, and received his commission in February 
1918. For some time he was employed in flying machines from one camp to another 
in England, which delayed the completion of his training as a fighting scout. He was 
accidentally killed when flying near the home of his uncle. Col. Grant Morden, Hether- 
den Hall, Bucks. Buried at Iver Heath. 

GEORGE LAWRENCE BISSET MACKENZIE Jan. 4, 1892— June 7, 1916 

Lieutenant, Third Battalion. 

Only son of George A. Mackenzie; b. Toronto; ed. privately and at Upper Canada 
College; University College 1909-13, b.a.; All Souls Prize; Phi Kappa Pi; Law School; 
I2th Regt., Lieut. 

On the outbreak of the war he volunteered for service in the ranks, but owing to 
his eyesight was refused. He then obtained a commission in the 12th York Rangers, 
from which he was appointed to the 35th Battalion early in 1915. In June, with his 
close friend Errol Piatt, he was sent overseas with a draft, and in October they both 



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joined the 3rd Battalion in France. He served through the following winter and spring 
in the area south of Ypres and in the Salient. It was during the interval between the 
losses at Sanctuary Wood and the recapture of the line that he was sent with one non- 
commissioned officer to reconnoitre the trenches that were temporarily held by the 
enemy. Though his companion was wounded he brought him safely back, after having 
obtained valuable information. He had made his report and was returning to his 
company when he was instantly killed by a sniper. Buried at Lyssenthoek, near to 
Errol Piatt, who had fallen a few days before. 

WALTER WAKE McKENZIE April 28, 1891— Feb. 19, 1917 

Captain, Canadian Army iVIedical Corps. 

Only son of Thomas McKenzie; b. Point Edward; ed. Sarnia p.s., Parkdale c.i., 
Toronto; Medicine 1909-14, m.b.; Vice-President, Medical Society; Staff, Hamilton 
Asylum. 

In August 19 1 5 he was appointed Medical Officer to the 83rd Battalion, with which 
he went overseas in April 191 6. In October he was transferred to Shorncliflfe Military 
Hospital. When on duty there he was taken ill on February 17th with spinal meningitis 
to which he succumbed after two days. 

WILLIAM STEWART McKEOUGH Sept. 2, 1893— Sept. 15, 1916 

Major, Eighteenth Battalion. 

Son of W. E. McKeough; b. Chatham; ed. McKeough P.s. and Chatham c.i.; 
University College 1910-12, Medicine 1912-14; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Manager, Third 
Hockey team; Medical Athletic executive; Track team 1912-14, First colours and 
Captain 1914; Intercollegiate high jump record; Athletic directorate 1914-15; 24th 
Regt., Lieut. 

In the fall of 1914 he was appointed to the iSth Battalion, and went overseas in 
April 1915. Reaching France in September he served through the autumn and winter 
on the front south of Ypres. He was promoted Captain in January 1916, and Major 
in July. At St. Eloi he distinguished himself by his bravery in bringing in the wounded 
after the unsuccessful attack on Crater 3. On the morning of the battle of Courcelette 
his battalion, despite heavy casualties, took part in the capture of the Sugar Refinery, 
and he was killed in action as he reached the German parapet when leading his company 
in the attack. 

ARTHUR EDWARD McLAUGHLIN Jan. 5, 1870— Sept. 11, 1916 

Major, Canadian Mounted Rifles, att. Second Battalion. 

Son of the late James Wellington McLaughlin; b. Bowmanville; ed. Bowmanville 
H.s. ; University College 1889-92, b.a.; Kappa Alpha; Barrister, practising at Bowman- 
ville; 3rd Dragoons, Major. 

In April 1915 he was appointed to the 8th Canadian Mounted Rifles and went 
overseas in October. He twice went to France for instruction, being in the trenches by 
Easter 1916. Early in August he was attached to the 2nd Battalion, as it was moving 
to the Somme front. He was severely wounded on September 9th in the successlul 
attack made by his battalion on a salient near the Windmill on the Bapaume Road, 
and died of his injuries two days later in hospital at Warloy-Balllon, where he was 
buried. 

HOWARD JAMES MACLAURIN July 26, 1887— June 14, 1916 

Captain, Sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of John R. MacLaurin; b. Vanklcck Hill; ed. Vanklcek Hill r.s. and c.i.; 
Woodstock College; R. College Dental Surgeons 1905-09, n.n.s.; Year Vice-Presi- 
dent; College Football and Hockey teams; Practising in Winnipeg. 



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In December 1914 he was appointed to the 43rd Battalion, and went overseas in 
June 1915. He was chosen as one of the officers in the first draft from this unit to the 
1 6th Battalion, which he joined in France in the same month. A year later he was 
killed in action in the fighting at Sanctuary Wood. Buried at Poperinghe. During his 
year's service at the front he had been three times wounded, twice recommended for a 
decoration and four times Mentioned, the last time in March 1916 for his work in making 
a reconnaissance of a German listening post. His Captaincy was gazetted shortly after 
his death. 

ALLAN PRATT MACLEAN Dec 18, 1896— March 18, 1918 

Captain, Twentieth Battalion and Royal Flying Corpe. 

Son of William B. Maclean; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College; University 
College 1913-15; Alpha Delta Phi; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

In January 1915 he was appointed as Lieutenant and Signalling Officer to the 20th 
Battalion. With this unit he went to France and served for several mcnths on the front 
south of Ypres, and through the battle of St. Eloj. In July 1916 he joined the R. Flying 
Corps, nth Squadron, with which he served on the Scmme, and later on the Ypres 
section of the front. He was promoted Captain in June 19 17. He was killed in action 
on March 18th, 1918, being shot down while flying in the vicinity of Arras. 

DONALD GORDON MACLEAN Feb. 9, 1898— Feb. 4, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Duncan J. MacLean; b. Bridgeburg; ed. Bridgeburg p.s. and h.s., London 
C.I.; Applied Science 1915-17; c.o.t.c. 

Early in 19 17 he joined the R. Naval Air Service and shortly afterwards transferred 
to the R. Flying Corps. He obtained his commiseion in May, and after completing his 
training joined the 45th Squadron on the Italian front in January 1918. A few days 
after his arrival he was flying in a formation of five, which attacked eight enemy planes 
over the Piave and drove down five. He himself had driven and followed one down, 
and was on his way back while still flying low, when he was killed by an anti-aircraft 
shell, his machine crashing as it crossed the lines. Buried at Giavera Cemetery, 
Montello. 

DUGALD BLACK MACLEAN March 12, 1889— Aug. 29, 1916 

Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Sod of the late Dugald MacLean; b. Burgoyne; ed. Paisley p.s., Owen Sound c.i.; 
Applied Science 1907-08; Medicine 1908-13, m.b.; President, Medical Athletic executive; 
Association Football first and second colours; House Surgeon, Winnipeg General 
Hospital. 

In June 19 15 he was appointed to the r.a.m.c. and reached France the next month 
with the 48th Field Ambulance, in which unit he remained during most of his service. 
He won the Military Cross in July 19 16, at the Somme near Delville Wood, for gallant 
action under shell fire whije acting as Medical Officer to the 8lh East Lancashire Regi- 
ment. A month later he was killed near Loos. Buried at Philosophe. 

GORDON DAVIS McLEAN Nov. 18, 1889— Aug. 21, 1918 

Lieutenant, Imperial Tank Corps. 

Son of the late Dr. Peter McLean ; b. Ayton; ed. Ayton and Hanover p,ss., Guelph 
C.I., Ottawa C.I.; University College 1907-11, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Alexander Mackenzie 
Scholar; Historical Club; Vice-President, u.c. Literary Society; Law School; ll.b. 
1914; Barrister, C.P.R. Legal Dept., Calgary; c.o.t.c. 



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Early in 19 16 he was accepted as a c.o.x.c. candidate for an Imperial commission, 
and went overseas in Match. Receiving his commission in the Machine Gun Corps in 
November, he began his training with the Tank Corps shortly after, and reached France 
with the 7th Battalion in May 1917. In June 1918 he was promoted First Lieutenant, 
and was about to be made Captain at the time of his death. In the advance of August 
1918 he was instantly killed by a shell just after the tanks had rallied from the attack at 
Bucquoy near Bapaume. Buried at Queen's Cemetery, Bucquoy. 

DONALD MURDOCH McLENNAN Aug. 25, 1889— Sept. 20, 1917 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of A. A. McLennan; b. Lancaster; ed. Lancaster p.s.; Farming; Ontario Agri- 
cultural College 1910-13; Associate Representative, Department of Agriculture, Hast- 
ings Cy i9i4-i5;o.A.c. 1915-16, B.s.A. ; Staff o.A.c. 'Review'; Year executive; President, 
O.A.C. Literary Society. 

He enlisted in March 191 6 with the 56th, o.A.c, Battery, C.F.A., and went overseas 
in September. When this unit was broken up in England his section was transferred to 
the 55th Battery, with which he went to the Lens front at the end of August 1917. Less 
than a month later he was instantly killed by shrapnel when he was relieving the aero- 
plane sentry at the guns. Buried at Aix-Noulette. 

GEORGE GORDON MACLENNAN 1887— July 20, 1917 

Flight Commander, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of the late Rev. Alexander MacLennan; Applied Science 1907-10, b.a.sc. (Civ. 
Eng.) 1912. 

In 19 16 he was appointed to the R. Naval Air Service, and was promoted Flight 
Lieutenant at the end of the year, and Flight Commander in June 1917. He served 
with the 6th Squadron in the Verdun area, and on the Alsace-Lorraine front. On April 
2nd, 191 7, he was awarded the French Croix de Guerre. On July 20th he was killed 
while leading his flight in action. 

DAVID DOUGLAS MACLEOD Feb. 12, 1890— June 8, 1916 

Captain, Foity-ninth Battalion.' 

Son of David Noble Madeod; b. Parkhill; ed. Parkhill P.s. and H.s.; Applied Science 
1907-11, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Civil Engineer and Surveyor; loist Regt,. Lieut. 

In January 1915 he was appointed as Lieutenant to the 49th Battalion, in which he 
was later promoted Captain. Going overseas in May 1915 he reached France with his 
unit in October, and served through the following winter and spring in the area south of 
Ypres and in the Salient. On June 3rd, 1916, he was severely wounded when in command 
of his company in the counter-attack on Sanctuary Wood. He succumbed to his injuries 
five days later in hospital at Le Touquet. Buried at Etaples. 

JOHN DEWAR McMURRICH April 20, 1874— Dec. 9, 1917 

Corporal, Seventy-second Battalion. 

Son of the late William Barclay McMurrich; b. Toronto; ed. Ujipcr Canada 
College; Trinity College 1892-95, b.a.; m.a. 1904; College football and hockey teams; Law 
School 1897- 1901; Barrister, practising at Vancouver; md. Evelyn Temple. 

After being twice rejected for a commission owing to a weak knee, he was accepted 
for service in the ranks in 1916, and went overseas in March 1917. Reverting from 
Sergeant to Private he went to France in July, joining the 72nd Battalion, and served in 
it on the Lens and Passchendaele fronts. He was wounded by a bomb near Arras on 
December 7tli, and died in hosjjital two days later. Buried at Duisans. 



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WILLIAM GORDON MACNEVIN Dec. 27, 1893— Feb. 3, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of William J. MacNevin; b. Exeter; ed. Goderich p.s. and c.i.; R. College 
Dental Surgeons 1911-15, d.d.s.; c.o.t.c; md. Myrtle Irene Stewart. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the 26th Battery, c.f.a., but not long afterwards 
received his commission in the Army Dental Corps. Going overseas at once, he served 
for a short time in England and then went to France. During this period he was at- 
tached in succession to the 2nd c.m.r. Brigade, No. i Field Ambulance, No. i Casualty 
Clearing Station and No. 2 Canadian Field Ambulance, at various points on the front. 
In December 19 16 he returned to England, being attached to No. 13 General (No. i 
Stationary) Hospital at Hastings. He was invalided to Canada in May 19 17, and some 
months later he died from tubercular meningitis at Gravenhurst Sanatorium. Buried at 
Goderich. 

CHARLES KENNETH MACPHERSON Nov. 24, 1890— Oct. 25, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Forty-second Battalion. 

Son of the late Duncap Ferguson Macpherson; b. Cljnton; ed. Clinton Model School 
and C.I. ; Goderich C.I. ; Applied Spience 1911-14; Theta Delta Chi; Mining engineering 
and munition work; 33rd Regt., Lieut. 

At the end of 19 15 he was appointed to the i6ist, Huron, Battalion, and went over- 
seas in October. In 19 17 having reverted from Captain to Lieutenant, he joined the 
42nd Battalion in Frnace. In the battle of Passchendaele he was killed in action at 
California Trench in the forward area east of Ypres. Buried at Vlamertinghe. 

STUART MACDONALD MACPHERSON Dec. 18, 1890— Oct. 20, 1916 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Archibald MacPherson; b. Ringwood; ed. Woodstock p.s., Petrolia h.s., 
Woodstock C.I. ; Canada Business College, Chatham; Chartered Accountant, Henderson 
& Co., Winnipeg; University College 1914-15; Knox College; c.o.t.c. 

In March 19 15 he enlisted, with many other LIniversity men, in the 25th Battery, 
7th Brigade, c.f.a. He reached France in January 19 16 and served through the spring 
and early summer in the Ypres area, and later on the Somme. He was regarded as one 
of the most efficient gunners in the battery, and had been offered promotion. After a 
period spent in the horse-lines he had but recently returned to the guns, when he was 
instantly killed by a fragment from a shell that had struck the next gun-pit. Buried 
at Bapaume Post Cemetery, near Albert. 

EDGAR HAROLD McVICKER Oct. 12, 1892— Sept. 9, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Only son of Samuel McVicker; b. Toronto; ed. Gladstone Avenue p.s., Parkdale c.i., 
Toronto; Medicine 1910-15, m.b.; House surgeon, St. Michael's Hospital; c.o.t.c 

In October 1915 he was appointed to the r.a.m.c, and reached France in January 
1916. The next month he went to the front with the 2/ist Wessex Field Ambulance, 
55th Division. He served in the Abbeville, Armentieres and Arras areas, and then on 
the Somme front. In the battle of the Somme he was present at the fighting round 
Longueval, Guillemont, Delville and Ginchy Woods. Here the 2/5th Lancashire 
Fusiliers, to which he was attached as Medical Officer, had made an attack, and he was 
dressing the wounded at the regimental aid post at Waterloot Farm, when a shell ex- 
ploded near by and instantly killed him. Buried near Mametz. 

MAURICE IRVING MACHELL May 6, 1891— Sept. 15,. 1916 
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Son of Dr. Henry T. Machell; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto Church School, Upper 
Canada College; Trinity College 1908-13, b.a.; New York General Theological Seminary 
1913-14; 2nd Regt. 

In the autumn of 1914 he enlisted in the 19th Battalion, in which he was later made 
Lance-Corporal, and went overseas in the following spring. In August 1915 he was 
appointed to the 3rd King's Shropshire Light Infantry. After serving for some months 
as Musketrv' Instructor in this unit, he went to France in June 19 1 6, joining the 5th 
Battalion of the Regiment at the front. Early in the morning of the attack on Delville 
Wood, as it proved impossible to advance through the wood, he took a party round one 
side to clear out a number of snipers who were threatening his platoon. He was hit in 
front of a communication trench leading towards Flers, and died almost instantly. The 
work that he had begun was successfully completed by the Sergeant of his part}-. 

JOHN REGINALD MAGUIRE Dec. 28, 1896— Aug. 17, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, West Yorkshire Regiment. 

Son of the late James W. Maguire; b. Corunna; ed. Huron Street P.S., Jarvis Street 
C.I., Toronto; Applied Science 1915-16; C.O.T.c. 

He left Canada at the end of his first term with the first draft of C.O.T.c. candidates 
for Imperial commissions. Early in 1916 he was appointed to the 14th We.st Yorkshire 
Regiment and joined the 12th Battalion of the Regiment in France in July, intending to 
return in September to take a course with the R. Engineers. Three weeks after his 
arrival in France he was instantl}' killed on the Somme front when leading his men in 
attack on the night of August l6th-i7th. Buried near Guillemont. 

HENRY LAWRENCE MAJOR Nov. 21, 1897— June 15,^917 

Lieutenant, One hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Only son of Albert Edward Major; b. Whitevale; ed. Whitevale p.s., Markham h.s. ; 
University College 1914-15; 2nd Regt., Pte.; 34th Regt., Lieut. 

In September 1915 he was appointed to the i i6th Battalion, in which he was later 
promoted Captain. He went overseas in July 1916. Early in 1917, reverting to Lieu- 
tenant, he went with his battalion to France. On April i8th he was in charge of a work- 
ing party a mile beyond Vimy Ridge, when the enemy opened fire. As he was in the 
open seeing his men to a place of safety, he was hit by shrapnel in the knee. He was 
removed to hospital in Bristol, where he succumbed to septicemia arising from his 
injuries. Buried at Bristol. 

WILLIAM JOHN OGILVIE MALLOCH Aug. 10, 1869— Feb. 18, 1919 

Lieut. -Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Donald McG. Malloch; b. Clinton; ed. Clinton p.s. and H.s.; 
University College 1887-91, B..\.; Medicine 1892-96, M.B.; Alpha Delta Phi; f.r.c.s. 
1906; Practising in Toronto; Staff, Toronto General Hospital; StaflF, Faculty of 
Medicine, University of Toronto. 

In the spring of 1915 he was appointed to No. 4, LIni\ersit) of Toronto, General 
Hospital. He reached Salonica with this unit in November 1915, and served with it 
throughout till he returned to England in 1917. For a short period he was in charge of 
surgery at No. 16, Ontario, General Hospital in Orpington, and then rejoined the L'ni- 
versity Hospital at Basingstoke. He arrived in Canada on February 5th, 1919, and was 
almost immediately taken ill with pneumonia, to which he succumbed some days later. 
Buried in Toronto. In .Ajjril 1919 his name was among those Mentioned for Valuable 
Services. 

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IAN CAMERON MALLOUGH July 5. 1896— Nov. 14, 1917 

Private, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Robert Mallough; b. Dungannon, Huron Cy.; ed. Dungannon and Teeswater 
P.ss., Wingham H.s.; R. College Dental Surgeons 1915-16; C.O.T.C. 

In November 1916 he enlisted in the c.a.m.c. and went overseas. At the end of 
May 1917 he joined No. i Field Ambulance in France, and through the summer served 
on the Lens front. He was instantly killed by a shell while carrying a wounded man from 
the front line at Passchendaele. Buried at Brandhoek. 

MAURICE EDWARD MALONE April 2, 1895— June 3, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fiftenth Battalion. 

Son of E. T. Malone, K.c; b. Toronto; ed. Huron Street p.s., Toronto; St. Andrews' 
College; University College 1913-15; Hockey colours; Beta Theta Pi; c.o.t.c, Col.- 
Sergt.; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

In June 1915 he was appointed to the 58th Battalion at Niagara, and in August 
went overseas with a draft from that unit. He joined the 15th Battalion in France 
in November and served with it through the winter and spring in the area south of Ypres 
and in the Salient. When the battle of Sanctuary Wood began on June 2nd his platoon 
was back in billets for a rest. They were immediately called up, and after marching 
several miles through the night, advanced in the counter-attack at Observatory 
Ridge on the morning of the 3rd. Just as they reached the farthest point of the advance, 
and when he was looking for means to get through a thick hedge, he was struck. Calling 
out "Never mind, it is all right", he fell. Buried at Lyssenthoek. 

ROBERT JAMIESON MARION Oct. 26, 1898— April 21, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Peter Marion; b. Wallace Tp., Palmerston; ed. Palmerston P.S., 
Strathcona, Alta., c.i.; R. College Dental Surgeons 1916-17; c.o.t.c. 

In his first year he joined the Army Dental Corps and went overseas as Sergeant 
in March 1917. He transferred in England to the R. Flying Corps, and received his 
commission in November. On April loth, 191 8, he went to France, joining the 54th 
Squadron. Eleven days later he was reported as missing, having last been seen flying 
over the enemy's lines. 

AUBREY MILTON MARSHALL Aug. 30, 1889— Sept. 15, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Edward Marshall; b. Strange; ed. King p.s., Aurora H.s.; Methodist Pro- 
bationer, Cochrane District; Victoria College 1906-07, 1915-16; C.O.T.C. 

In December 1915 he enlisted in the 5th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and went 
overseas the following April. He joined the battalion in Flanders shortly after the battle 
of Sanctuary Wood in June 1916. Three months later he was killed in action at 
Courcelette. 

FREDERICK JOHN STRANGE MARTIN Aug. 23, 1875— Aug. 30, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of the late Edward Martin, D.c.L.; b. Hamilton; ed. Trinity College School; 
Trinity College 1893-96, b.a.; m..\. 1898; Barrister, practising at Sault Ste. Marie; 
Crown Attorney; 51st Regt., Lieut. 

In the latter part of 1915 he was appointed to the 119th Battalion, and went over- 
seas in August 1916. He joined the 58th Battalion in France in February 1918. After 
service on the Lens- Arras front, he was in the battle of Amiens, and was recommended 
for the Military Cross for his bravery in the field on that occasion. Later in the month 



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he was detailed for duty behind the lines, but on his own request was allowed to remain 
with the battalion. On August 27th, during the attack on Bois du Sart near Monchy 
in the battle of Arras, he was taking his platoon up a shallow communication trench 
under heavy machine gun fire when he was wounded in the abdomen by a bullet. With 
some difficulty his Platoon Sergeant and two Privates brought him back. He was 
conveyed to No 7 Casualty Clearing Station, where he underwent an operation, but 
succumbed to his injuries shortly afterwards. Buried at Ligny St. Flochel. 

IVAN BERNARD MARTY April 12, 1879— April 6, 1917 

Private, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Dr. John Marty; b. New Hamburg; ed. New Hamburg Cont. Sch.; Medicine 
1915-16. 

In May 1916, at the end of his first year, he enlisted in the iiith Battalion and went 
overseas in September. He joined the 75th Battalion on the Vimy front in December. 
When acting as stretcher-bearer he was wounded in the early hours of April 4th, 1917, 
and died two days later at No. 22 Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Bruay. 

GORDON McMICHAEL MATHESON May 29, 1892— Aug. 11, 1918 

Lieutenant, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of George A. Matheson; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton p.ss., Highfield School; 
Trinity College 1910-14, b.a.; Medicine 1914-15; Basket-ball colours; College Rugby 
team; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 120th Battalion in December 19 15, and went overseas the 
following August. After being attached to the 134th in England, he joined the 44th 
Battalion at the front in March 1918. On the third day of the battle of Amiens he was 
severely wounded when leading his men, under hea\'y machine gun fire, into the ^■illage 
of Fouquescourt, and died shortly afterwards. Buried at Crucifix Corner near War- 
villers. 

GEORGE GEOFFREY MAY Sept. 25, 1893— April 9, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of A. F. May; b. Ottawa; ed. Ottawa p.s. and c.i.; University College 191 1-15, 
B.A. (Pol. Sc); Kappa Alpha; xiii Club; c.o.t.c, Sergt.; g.g.f.g., Lieut. 

At the end of 1915 he was appointed to the 130th Battalion, and went overseas with 
a draft in September 1916. In March 191 7 he joined the 75th Battalion at the front. 
A month later he fell at Vimy. The battalion was temporarily held up by uncut wire, 
and he was bringing up men in support, when he was instantly killed by the concussion of 
a shell. Buried at Vimy Ridge. 

JOHN FREELE MEEK July 19, 1893— Aug. 14, 1918 

Lieuttnant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of James Meek; b. Southwold Tp.; ed. Southwold P.s., St. Thomas c.i.; 
University College 1912-16, b.a. (Pol. Sc); 'Varsity' staff; u.c. Literary Society, 
Treasurer; c.o.T.C; 25th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in the autumn of 1915 to the 70th Battalion, with which lie went 
overseas in April 1916. In July he joined the 24th Battalion on the Ypres-St. Eloi 
front. He was severely wounded in the arm on September 28th at Courcclctte, and 
returned home at the end of the year. For a time he resumed his studies, but thoui^li 
his arm was permanently injured and he had been refused for further scr\ ice in tlic 
Canadian forces, he volunteered for the R. Flying Corps. He trained in Canada and 
returned overseas in May 1918. After flying in France for a month he had conic back 



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to England in July for a course in gunnery, and was about to leave for the Italian front. 
As he was flying on target practice over the sea, apparently he fainted and was instantly 
killed when the machine overturned and fell into the sea. Buried at Frieston. 

GERALD JAMES WALLACE MEGAN Aug. i6, 1884— Sept. 26, 1918 

Lieutenant, Thirteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Peter Megan; b. Stratford; ed. Stratford s.s. and c. I.; University 
College 1902-06, B.A. (Classics); Editor, 'Varsity'; Undergraduate Union executive; 
Delta Upsilon; Financial News Bureau, Montreal; C.o.T.C. (McGill). 

He was appointed to the 148th Battalion in the autumn of 1915, and went overseas 
in August 1916. In October he joined the 13th, Royal Highlanders, Battalion in 
France and served in it first on the Somme front. In March -1917 he was appointed 
Assistant Adjutant, and during that year went through the battles of Vimy, Hill 70, 
and Passchendaele. In 19 18 he served on the Lens- Arras front, and through the battles 
of Amiens and Arras. He was killed in action at the Canal du Nord in the advance on 
Cambrai. Buried near Cambrai. 

MALCOLM SMITH MERCER Sept. 17, 1859— June 3, 1916 

Major-General, Commanding Third Division. 

Son of the late Thomas Mercer; b. Etobicoke Tp., York Cy. ; ed. Delmer p.s., St. 
Catharines c.i. ; University College 1881-85, B.A. (Philos.); Recording Secretary, u.C. 
Literary Society; Law School 1885-88; Barrister, practising in Toronto, firm of Mercer 
& Bradford; 2nd Regt., Sec. Lieut. 1885, Lieut. 1887, Captain 1891, Adjutant 1892-97, 
Bt.-Major 1902, Major 1906; Lt.-Col., o.c. ist Bn. 191 1; Commandant 1912. 

As an undergraduate he received his commission in the Queen's Own Rifles. 
Devoting special attention to rifle shooting, he was a number of times on the Bisley 
team, and was its Adjutant in 191 1. In 1913 he visited the ground where later the 
troops under him were destined to fight. He had also taken special Staff courses. On 
the outbreak of the war he left Toronto as Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion, 
and at Valcartier was appointed to command the ist Infantry Brigade. In this com- 
mand he served through the battle of Ypres and the following campaign of 1915. In 
January 191 6 he was promoted Major-General and appointed to command the newly 
formed Third Division, which when completed took over the Hooge — Zillebeke sector 
in March. Early on the morning of June 2nd he was making a tour of inspection of the 
front trenches, and had just left the position occupied by the 4th Mounted Rifles, when 
the enemy's bombardment began. Being severely shocked by a shell, he made his way 
to a dug-out some yards back with Lieut. L. Gooderham, his a.d.c, where they remained 
for four hours till the bombardment slackened. They then began to go back over the 
open, but after having gone a short distance he was wounded in the leg. Lieut. Gooder- 
ham dragged him into a ditch and bandaged his wound. Meanwhile the advancing 
Germans had passed them. In the evening the British guns opened a barrage to check 
the enemy's reserves. During the night engagement of June 2-3 he was instantly killed 
by a piece of shrapnel about one o'clock a.m., and the next day Lieut. Gooderham was 
taken prisoner. General Mercer's body was found on June 13th, when the ground was 
recaptured, and buried at Poperinghe. Just before his death he was awarded the c.b., 
and he was Mentioned in General Haig's Despatches of April 30th and November 13th, 
1916. 

JOHN REDMOND WALSINGHAM MEREDITH May 22, 1878— Nov. 25, 1916 

Major, Ninety-fifth Battalion. 

Only son of Chief Justice Sir William Meredith, Chancellor of the University; b. 
London; ed. Trinity College School; Huron College; University College 1895-99, 



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B.A.; Alpha Delta Phi; Law School; Barrister, practising in Toronto, firm of Hellmuth, 
Cattanach & Meredith; Asst. Ofilcial Guardian; 9th Horse, Lieut.; 2nd Regt., 
Lieut.; md. Miriam Isidore Hellmuth. 

In the spring of 1915 he was one of the Examining Officers to the c.o.t.c. in Camp 
at Niagara. Shortly afterwards he was appointed Adjutant to the 95th Battalion, 
with which he went overseas in May 1916. When he was preparing to go to France 
he died suddenly in London. Buried at Toronto. 

HENRY KEBLE IMERRITT Sept. 26, 1919 

Major, American Expeditionary Force. 

Trinity College 1883-84; Living at Mprristown, N.j. 

He went overseas as a member of the Accounting Staff" of the American Red Cross 
in February 1918. He was later appointed as Captain in the a.e.f. to the American 
Bureau of Reconstruction and Relief, and then Associate Direc or of the Bureau of 
Insurance. He died while still serving in France. Buried at Tureuse Cemetery, Paris. 

CHARLES ALBERT VON HOLT MICHELL Aug. i, 1897— May 24, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Dr. A. Von Holt Michell; b. Dublin, Ont.; ed. Dublin P.S., Stratford C.i.; 
Applied Science 1915-16; C.O.T.C. 

In April 1916 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., on its 
organisation, and went overseas in June. He joined the i8th Battery in France in 
September, and served with it through the battle of the Somme. In February 1917 
he was invalided to England. Though the medical authorities hesitated, he obtained 
permission to return to his battery at the end of March. After the battles of Vimyand 
Fresnoy, he was killed by a shell near the "New Brunswick Road," east of the Ridge, 
where the battery had been posted in an advanced position. Buried at Aux Rietz. 

REUBEN DELEMME MILLYARD Sept. 22, 1893— Sept. 30, 1918 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the late Rev. R. W. Millyard; b. St. Thomas; ed. Exeter and Lucknow p.ss., 
Woodstock C.I. ; Victoria College 1911-15 ,b.a. (Math, and Phys.); President, Mathe- 
matical and Physical Society; c.o.t.c. 

In November 1915 he enlisted in the 5th Universities Company, P.P.C.1..1. and 
went overseas the next spring. During the next year he was employed as Instructor 
at the Depot in Shorncliffe. In April, 1917 he received his commission and in June 
joined the battalion in France. He was wounded at Passchendaele while temporarily 
with the 38th Battalion. He was home on leave, and then after service in England 
rejoined his own battalion early in September 1918. At the end of the same montli he 
was killed in action near Tilloy before Canibrai. Buried at Tilloy. 

RICHARD ARTHUR MITCHELL June 8, 1894— Sept. I5. 1916 

Private, Canadian Army Medical Corps, att. Fourth Machine Gun Company. 
Son of the late W. H. Mitchell; b. Kingston: ed. Kingston P.s., Trinity College 
School; Trinity College 1912-15; Preparing for the Ministry; 47th Regt. 

In November 19 14 he enlisted in the 5th Field Ambulance and went overseas in 
April 1915. Reaching France in June he served through the following months in the 
area south of Ypres and in the Salient. In November he was attached to the 4th Brigade 
Machine Gun Company At Courcelette when an Officer and Corporal of his company 
had been hit he went forward to render assistance. F^inding that they were both killed, 
he was making his way back, when he was severely wounded by a sniper's bullet and 
died a few minutes later. Buried at Adanac Cemetery. 



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JOHN ROY MITCHENER March 14. 1897— Sept. 2-], 1916 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of John George Mitchener; b. N. Toronto; ed. Deer Park p.s., Jarvis Street c.i., 
Toronto; Apph"ed Science 1914-15; Gymnasium colours; 2nd Regt. Cadet Cps., Lieut.; 
C.O.T.c, Lieut. 

He was appointed from the c.o.t.c. to the 3rd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., 
in June 1915, but being ill with typhoid fever when it went overseas, left in November 
in command of the 4th Company. He joined the battalion in France in June 191 6 
after the battle of Zillebeke. In the attack at Courcelette on September 15th the two 
platoons under his command became joined to the 42nd Battalion and went through 
with it. Early next day he got into touch with his own Commanding Officer and re- 
ceived orders to bomb down the trench to his right. This he did successfully, thereby 
assisting the Patricias to gain their second objective. In carrying out this task he was 
wounded and removed to hospital at Le Touquet. At first he seemed to be doing well, 
but on the 27th his heart failed and a few hours later he succumbed. Buried at Etaples. 

HERBERT STANLEY MONKA/fAN Oct. 3, 1876— Dec. i, 1915 

Captain, Third Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of John Monkman; b. Brussels; ed. Watford P.s., Strathroy C.I.; Ontario College 
of Pharmacy, phm.b., 1897; Trinity Medical College 1902-06, m.d., CM.; College Liter- 
ary Society executive; Assistant Treasurer, College Medical Society; Practising at 
Vegreville, Alta.; 19th Dragoons, Capt.; md. Margaret Walker. 

He was appointed to the 3rd Mounted Rifles early in 191 5, and went overseas in 
June. At the end of September he reached France. A few weeks later he was killed in 
action at La Petite Douve, near Ploegsteert. Buried at Ploegsteert Military Cemeterj\ 

CHARLES WESLEY DEEPROSE MOONEY Aug. 31, 1898— Oct. 8, 1918 
Gunner, Canadian Heavy Artillery, att. Canadian Corps Signal Company. 
Son of the late Samuel W. Mooney; b. Inverness, P.Q.; ed. Inverness Academy and 
Stanstead College; Victoria College 1915-16; College Rugby team; C.O.T.C. 

In March 1916 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., on its 
organisation. After going overseas he transferred to the 1st Canadian Heavy Battery 
and reached France in May 1917. He served as a Signaller in wireless through the 
campaign before Lens and at Hill 70 and Passchendaele, and again on the Lens front 
through the following winter and spring. After going through the battles of Amiens 
and Arras, he was wounded near Cambrai on October 3rd. He was removing wireless 
equipment from a post that was being threatened by heavy shell fire to a safer position, 
when he was struck in the neck and leg by shrapnel. Though his friends gave Immediate 
aid and he was quickly taken back for treatment, he died from his injuries five days 
later in hospital at Camiers. Buried at Etaples. 

JAMES GORDON MOORE Sept. i, 1895— Aug. 13, 1919 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of W. J. Moore; b. Toronto; ed. Annette Street P.s., Parkdale c.i., Toronto; 
University College 1914-17; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company in December 1916, and 
qualified for a Lieutenant's commission in the Infantry. In 1917 he transferred to the 
R. Flying Corps. He went in March 1918 to France, where he served with the 56th 
• Squadron in bombing raids over German territory. He was fatally injured on October 
18th near Boulogne. As he was flying the machine crashed and burst into flames. He 
was found trying to rescue his Pilot from the burning wreckage, although his own 
clothing was on fire. This action cost him his life, as he was severely burned and after 
several months of suffering he died at Kensington Hospital. Buried at Hampstead. 



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EDWARD CLARENCE MORGAN Dec. 16, 1894— June 2, 1916. 
Lance-Corporal, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 
Son of John W. Morgan; b. Cookstown; ed. Weston H.s.; Education 1914-15; 

C.O.T.C. 

He enlisted in May 1915 in the 4th Mounted Rifles, and reached France in October . 
He served with the battalion machine gun section through the following months on the 
Ploegsteert-St. Eloi front and in the Salient. When the battle of Sanctuary Wood began 
his machine gun was blown to pieces and all of the crew were buried. It appears from 
the report of one of his companions, who was eventually dug out by the Germans, t hat 
he was either instantly killed or died shortly afterwards. He had been badly wounded 
at the beginning of the fight but, being in charge of the gun, refused to leave his post. 

BASIL MENZIES MORRIS May 19, 1895— March I7. iQi/ 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of James L. Morris, c.E.; b. Pembroke; ed. Pembroke P.s. and H.s.; Applied 
Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); 42nd Regt., Lieut., att. c.o.t.c. 

In May 1915 he was appointed to the 59th Battalion as Machine Gun Officer. He 
transferred at the end of the year to No. i Tunnelling Company, C.E., with which he 
went to France in Februar>' 1916. He served with this unit in the Ypres Salient till 
January' 1917, when he was seconded to the 6th Squadron, R. Flying Corps. He received 
his Observer's wing in February. A month later he was killed in action. As he was 
flying over the lines before Ypres his machine was hit and eventually collapsed. Buried 
at Remy Siding, Poperinghe. 

DONALD WHITCOMBE MORRISON Aug. 23, U9C— Aug. 8, 1918 

Lieutenant, Third Battalion. 

Only son of Charles E. Morrison; b. Toronto; ed. St. Andrew's College; Howe 
Military School, Indiana; University College 1915-16; Beta Theta Pi; c.o.t.c; loth 
Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 213th Battalion in May 1916, and went overseas in the 
following January. At the end of May 1917 he joined the 3rd Battalion in France, and 
served in it through the battles of Hill 70 and Passchendaele. He was killed in action 
at Bois Gentelles when serving as Lewis-gun officer to the battalion on the first da}- of 
the battle of Amiens. Buried at Hangard Wood. 

FRANK RAYMER MORTIMER March 11, 1889— Oct. 29, 1918 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Only son of John Mortimer; b. Cedar Grove; ed. London p.s. and c.i. ; Applied 
Science 1906-10, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Hydrographic Dept., Ministry of Marine. 

He enlisted in the Heavy Artillery at Ottawa in May 1917, and at the end of 
September joined the 23rd Howitzer Battery, c.f.a., in France. He was invalided 
from Passchendaele in November, and returning home in March 1918 went to hospital, 
where he died some months later. 

EDWARD BASIL GOWAN MORTON April 10, 1898— July 16, 1918 

Captain, Royal Air Force. 

Son of F, G. Morton; b. Barrie; ed. Private School, Barrie P.s. and c.l.; Applied 
Science 1916-17; c.o.t.c. 

In April 1917 he applied to join the R. Naval Air Service and was accepted. As 
no more were needed at the time for this service, he transferred to the R. Flying Corps. 
After training in England he went to France in November 1917 with the 49th Squadron. 
He was stationed first at Bcllcvue near Arras, and then near Dunkerquc, where the 



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squadron cooperated with the Na\^ in blocking Ostend. In June 1918 he was promoted 
to Captain and Flight Commander in the 98th Squadron, r.a.f., and shortly after went 
to the French front on the Marne. On July i6th he was reported missing while flying 
near Dormans, where it is believed he was killed in action on the same day. 

FRANCIS VIVIAN MORTON Dec. 11, 1896— Nov. 10, 191 7 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of J. D. Morton; b. Portage la Prairie; ed. Bridgewater p.s.. Model School and 
Oakwood H.S., Toronto, University of Toronto Schools; University College 19 13-15; 
Theta Delta Chi; C.O.T.C. 

In March 191 5 he enlisted with several other University men in the 25th Battery, 
7th Brigade, c.f.a. Reaching France with the same unit in January 1916, he served 
in it continuously for nearly two years, through the battles of St. Eloi, Ypres, the 
Somme, Vim}', Fresnoy, and Hill 70. He was killed at Passchendaele, when he 
was in charge of his gun which was in action on the afternoon of November loth. 
A German shell burst a few feet behind the gun, and a piece of shrapnel pierced his 
heart instantly killing him. Buried at Vlamertinghe. 

HEBER HAVELOCK MOSHIER Jan. 11, 1889— Aug. 29, 1918 

Lieut. -Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of David D. Moshier; b. Sombra, Lambton Cy.; ed. Sarnia P.ss. and C.I.; 
Medicine 1905-09, m.b.; Staff, Toronto General Hospital 1909-11; Practising at 
Calgary 1912-13; Professor of Physiology, University of Alberta 1914-16; md. Ida 
Winnifred Griffith. 

In the spring of 1916 he was appointed to No. 11 Field Ambulance, c.a.m.c, as 
!Major and Second in command, and went overseas in May. He reached France in 
August, and served through the Somme, Vimy-Lens, and Passchendaele campaigns. 
In October 1917 he was appointed to the command of his unit, as Acting Lieut. -Colonel, 
the full rank being confirmed some months later. In April 191 8 he was Mentioned in 
Despatches for his services in the field. After serving through the battle of Amiens, 
he was killed in the advance from before Arras near Wancourt as he was going forward 
to choose the position of an advanced dressing station. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

CHARLES ALEXANDER MOSS June 19, 1872— Oct. 24, 1916 

Major, Third Battalion. 

Son of the late Chief Justice Sir Charles Moss; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, 
Upper Canada College; University College 1890-94, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Zeta Psi; Rugby 
and Lacrosse colours; ll.b. 1895; Barrister, firm of Aylesworth, Wright, Moss & 
Thompson; Bencher, Law Society , loth Regt., Lieut.; md. Elizabeth Britton. 

In the summer of 1915 he was appointed as Captain to the 8ist Battalion, and was 
later promoted Major. When his unit was broken up in England, he joined the 3rd 
Battalion on July ist, 1916. To go to France he had reverted to the rank of Captain 
but was again promoted Major on the field. On October 8th he was wounded before 
Courcelette, and was removed to hospital in Rouen, where some days later he succumbed 
to his injuries. Buried at Rouen. 

GORDON MUCKLOW Aug. 28, 1892— Sept. 27, 191 8 

Private, Seventh Battalion. 

Son of Edward Mucklow; b. Bury, Lanes., Eng.; ed. Malvern College, Eng.; 
Ontario Agricultural College 1911-15, b.s.a.; Farming in British Columbia. 

After being rejected several times owing to defective eyesight, he was accepted for 
service in October 1917, when he joined the British Columbia Regiment, in which he 



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was later promoted Corporal. After reverting in rank he joined the 7th Battalion in 
France on August 20th, 1918. A month later he was killed in action as the battalion 
was advancing across open ground at Haynecourt near Cambrai. Buried at ALarquion. 

ARTHUR EDWARD MUIR Jan. 19, 1889— May 21, 1915 

Lieutenant, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of Robert Muir; b. Winnipeg; ed. Winnipeg p.s. and c.i.; University College 
1908-09; First Rugby colours; Zeta Psi; Manitoba College; Winnipeg Rowing Club 
Rugby team; In grain business and automobile agencies. 

In September 19 14 he was appointed to the 15th Battalion and went overseas in 
October. Reaching France early in 1915 he served through the battle of Ypres in 
April. At Festubert he was wounded in the knee early in the day, and later in the 
throat. Keeping on, he was then killed in the charge by machine gun bullets. Buried 
at point s. 27, B.2.0., near Festubert. 

HAROLD GLADSTONE MURRAY March 7, 1894— Dec. 16, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Alexander George Murray, ll.b.; b. Toronto; ed. Wellesley Street P.s., 
Toronto; Gore JBay p.s. and Contn. Sch.; Owen Sound C.i.; University College 191 1- 15, 
B.A. (Math. & Phys.); Class Asst. in Physics, 1914-15; c.o.T.C. 

In the spring of 1915 he enlisted in No. 4, University of Toronto, General Hospital, 
with which he served for several months as assistant X-ray operator. Leaving Salonica 
he returned to England to train for a commission in the Canadian Field Artillery. He 
was attached in March 191 6 to the 1st Divisional Trench Mortar Brigade, in which he 
served first on the Ypres front, and then as commander of 'y' Battery at the Somme. 
He then transferred to the R. Flying Corps and early in December joined the 12th 
Squadron as Observer. A few days afterwards, when he was on photography patrol on 
the Arras front, his machine was attacked by three enerry planes. It is believed that 
he succeeded in shooting down one of these, but the controls of his own machine were 
damaged, and though the Pilot brought it back over the lines, it crashed from a hundred 
feet, instantly killing him. Buried at Avesnes-le-Comte. 

JOHN CARR NEWTOMBE Dec. 22, 1893— March 21, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. 

Son of the late Octavius Newcombe; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale p.s., Lansdowne 
P.S., Model School, Harbord Street c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1911-12, 1913-16, 
B.A.sc. (Mech. Eng.). 

He enlisted in the University of Toronto Overseas Training Company and went 
overseas in August 1916 with a draft of candidates for Imperial commissions. In 
January 1917 he was appointed to the R. Engineers, and the next month joined the 12th 
Field Company, 6th Division, in France, and served in it on the Lens .sector. After 
coming home on leave in November, he returned to France early in January 19 18, but 
remained at the R.E. Base, Rouen, for three months. While there he prepared a manual 
on "Man and Vehicle Loads for r.e. Stores" which was adopted by all the Allied 
armies. He rejoined his unit on the Arras front early in March. About ten days later, 
on the first day of the great German offensive, he was killed at Morchies, near Bapaume. 
On the opening of the attack his company moved up through an intense enemy barrage, 
to occupy trenches in support of the Infantry. Later in the day, while defending these 
positions he was wounded in the foot and arm, and three of his own men were carrying 
him to a dressing station when just as they reached the door a shell burst, killing him 
and two of the bearers and severely wounding the third. 



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HARRY REID NICHOLSON April 12, 1896— April 24, 1917 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of William Nicholson; b. Hamilton; ed. Ryerson P.S., Hamilton, and C.I.; 
Applied Science 1913-16; Beta Theta Pi; c.o.T.C. 

In April 19 16 he was appointed to the 234th Battalion and went overseas in August. 
He joined the ist Pioneer Battalion in France in September and served with it on the 
Somme front. He was transferred in February 19 17 to the R. Flying Corps, 20th 
Squadron, as Observer. On April 24th, 1917, he and his Pilot were with the squadron 
flying in battle formation over the German lines about twenty miles from Vimy. They 
became separated from the others and were attacked by three enemy machines. They 
succeeded in bringing down one of these but in doing so had to drop to a lower level, 
where they were shot down by the other planes. 

ARMINE FRANK GIBSON NORRIS April 20, 1893— Sept. 28, 1918 

Lieutenant, First Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Only son of Frank H. Norris; b. Chapleau; ed. Mattawa P.s., Sault Ste. Marie 
P.s. and H.S., OrilliaH.s.; Applied Science 1914-15; C.O.T.C. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the Machine Gun Section of the 20th Battalion, with 
which he went to France in September. During the following winter and spring he 
served on the front south of Ypres and in the Salient, taking part in the battle of St. 
Eloi. In the autumn he went through the Somme campaign and was made Lance- 
Corporal after Courcelette. He was recommended for promotion early in 1917, and 
receiving his commission in the Machine Gun Corps, trained in England. In March 
1918 he returned to France and was posted to No. 2 m.g. Company. After going 
through the battles of Amiens and Arras, he was killed near Haynecourt before Cambrai. 
Having pushed his guns forward as far as possible under heavy fire he went on to make 
a reconnaissance in order that he might find a safe approach for his men, when he was 
shot through the heart. Buried at Crucifix Cemetery, near Sains-les-Marquion. It 
was announced after his death that the Military Cross had been awarded to him for his 
service at Buissy Switch in the battle of Arras, when he took charge of his battery after 
its commander had been wounded, brought his guns forward to the exposed flank of the 
infantry which he was supporting, and by his skilful dispositions under heavy fire 
assured their protection. 

HERBERT BRAID NORTHWOOD Sept. 9, 1884— Sept. 27, 1918 

Lieutenant, Seventy-eighth Battalion. 

Son of William Northwood; b. Ottawa; ed. Waller Street p.s., and c.i., Ottawa; 
University College 1904-05; Chi Delta Psi; Manufacturer's Agent, Real Estate and 
Insurance; 43rd Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 77th Battalion in August 1915, and went overseas in June 
1916. In July he joined the 78th Battalion and went to France a month feter. He 
was appointed Bombing Ofiicer to the 12th Brigade at the end of the year. He served 
at the Somme and through the battles of Vimy and Passchendaele. From March to 
June 1918 he was with the ist Divisional and the Canadian Corps Headquarters, and 
then returned to his battalion. After serving through the battle of Amiens he fell in 
the advance from Arras to Cambrai, being instantly killed by a shell fragment as he 
was leading his men, on the morning of September 27th near Quarry Wood during the 
storming of the Canal du Nord. Buried at Quarry Wood. He had been recommended 
for an award for his courage and skill as Brigade Bombing Officer at Passchendaele, and 
after his death it was announced that he had been given the Military Cross for his 
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JAMES HENRY OLDHAM Sept. 29, 1884— Sept. 24, 1916 

Captain, Third Battalion. 

Son of the late James Henry Oldham; b. Manchester, Eng. ; ed. Cobourg p.s. and 
C.I.; Victoria College 1904-08, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Vice-President, College Literary Society; 
College Athletic executive; Phi Delta Theta; Law School; ll.b. 1912; Barrister, firm 
of Ritchie, Ludwig & Ballantyne, Toronto; Working in the Evangelia Settlement, 
Toronto; c.o.t.c; loth Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in the summer of 1915 to the 83rd Battalion, in which he was 
promoted Captain, and acted as Quarter- Master. Going overseas in April 1916, when 
his unit was broken up he joined the 3rd Battalion in France on July 1st. After a brief 
service at the front he fell at Courcelette. While holding an enemy trench he was 
instantly killed in trying to recover a bomb, from which he endeavoured to save his 
men. Buried at Pozieres. 

JOHN ANTHONY NINIAN ORMSBY Oct. 15, 1893— Aug. 2, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of John Y. Ormsby; b. Danville, p.q.; ed. Upper Canada College; Applied 
Science 1912-15; Alpha Delta Phi; loth Regt., Lieut. 

In January 1915 he was appointed as Lieutenant to the Eaton Machine Gun 
■Battery and went overseas in June. He transferred in England to the R. Flying Corps 
and joined the 6oth Squadron on the Somme front in July 1916. Early in the next 
month he was killed while on reconnaissance over the enemy's lines. Buried at Beaumetz. 

HAROLD HEBER OWEN July 2, 1894— Jan. 31, 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventh Battalion. 

Only son of the Rev. Cecil C. Owen, B.A.; b. Toronto; ed. London p.s., Vancouver 
P.ss. an(3 H.S.; Vancouver College; Medicine 1912-14; Wycliffe College; Faculty Base- 
ball team; College Hockey team; Boxing and wrestling; Preparing for medical missionary 
work; 6th Regt., Lieut. 

In August 1914 he was appointed as Lieutenant to the 7th Battalion, but on the 
reduction of its establishment he resigned his commission and joined the 3rd Field 
Ambulance as Staff Sergeant. Reverting to the rank of Sergeant, he went to France in 
February 1915 and served with the Ambulance through the battles of Ypres and Festu- 
bert. He then obtained his commission again and joined the 7th Battalion at Givenchy 
a few days after the battle of June 15th. Owing to his medical experience he frequently 
gave first aid to the wounded. During the following months he organised night patrols 
and trench raids with such success that his battalion had control of 'No Man's Land'. 
On the night of his death he, with a small group of scouts, met a working party of the 
enemy and drove them back to the trenches, from which they opened fire with machine 
guns. When two of his party were wounded he ordered them all to withdraw while he 
covered their retreat with his revolver. Seeing that after a few moments he was not 
following, the two wounded men and another made their way back and found him lying 
on the ground shot through the head. They carried him back, but he died before they 
could reach the trench. Buried at Red Lodge. He had been recommended for a 
decoration, and was twice Mentioned in Despatches, on December 31st, 1915, and 
April 30th, 1916. 

JOHN FERGUSON PALLING Aug. 14, i860— Jan. 31, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Charles Palling; b. Orillia; ed. Barrie C.I.; Trinity Medical College 
1884-88, M.D., CM.; Fellow, t.m.c; Practising at Barrie; Registrar of deeds for Simcoe 
County; md. Margaret Anne Steele. 



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In January 191 7 he was appointed to the C.A.M.C. as Medical Officer to the 177th 
Battalion, with which he went overseas in April. For some months he was on the staff of 
the Canadian Convalescent Hospital at Buxton, till he was taken ill in December and 
died in London a few weeks later. Buried at Innisfil. 

BALFOUR MALCOLM PALMER Aug. 22, 1894— Aug. 10, 1918 ' 

Lieutenant, Second Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of D. F. Palmer; b. Toronto; ed. Fern Avenue p.s., Parkdale C.i., Toronto; 
Victoria College 1913-16; c.o.T.c; 38th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed as Lieutenant to the 198th Battalion in February 1916, and went 
overseas a year later. In April 1918 he joined the 2nd Mounted Rifles on the Lens- 
Arras front. On the third day of the battle of Amiens he was wounded in the attack 
on Le Quesnel, and died shortly afterwards at a dressing station. Buried at Bouchoir. 

GEORGE REGINALD PARKE Jan. 23, 1889— March 24, 1917 

Lieutenant, Eighteenth Battalion. 

Son of Walder Parke; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton P.s. and c.i.; Ontario College of 
Pharmacy 1910-11, phm.b.; Druggist, firm of Parke and Parke igo6-i6; 91st Regt., 
Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 173rd Battalion in April 1916 and went overseas in 
November. In January 1917 he joined the i8th Battalion on the Vimy front. He was 
in charge of a raiding party before day-break on March 24th at Neuville St. Vaast. On 
reaching the enemy's parapet he was severely wounded and ordered his men to retire. 
Two of them who stayed with him were killed and their bodies were recovered some 
days after when the trenches were captured. He was not found, but it was reported 
later from German sources that he had been taken prisoner and died on the same day. 

ARTHUR ALLAN PARKER Oct. 4, 1892— Oct. 12, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of A. H. Parker; b. Humber Bay, Etobicoke; ed. Mimico P.S., Humberside 
C.I., Toronto; Medicine 1909-14, m.b.; Staff' of Sick Children's Hospital, Toronto. 

In February 1916 he was appointed to the C.A.M.C. and was first on duty at the 
Exhibition Camp Hospital, Toronto. He was then attached to the 86th, Machine Gun, 
Battalion, and went overseas in May. In England he was on the staff of Etchinghill 
Hospital. Reaching France in December 1916 he served continuously with the 6th 
Field Ambulance. He went through the Vimy — Lens campaign of 191 7 and the battle 
of Passchendaele. He was awarded the Military Cross for his service on August 21- 
22, 1917, in clearing the wounded from his regimental aid post under heavy fire near 
Lens. After serving in 191 8 through the battles of Amiens, Arras and Cambrai, he was 
wounded in the head and arm, and succumbed to his injuries at Arras. Buried at 
Ficheux. 

GEORGE LEWIS ROBERTS PARRISH March 6, 1899— Jan. 11, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Only son of A. W. Parrish; b. Paisley; ed. Caledonia p.s and H.s.; Victoria College 
1916-17; C.O.T.C. 

At the end of his first year he joined the R. Flying Corps in May 1917, being pro 
moted to Acting Sergeant Instructor at Mohawk Camp, Deseronto, before receiving his 
commission. Refusing an offer to be sent to Texas as Instructor for the winter he went 
overseas in October. As he was completing his practice before crossing to France he was 
accidentally killed at Rendcomb Camp, Cirencester. Buried at Caledonia. 



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AUBREY MELCHIOR WILLIAM PATCH Dec. 5, 1885— Aug. 18, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. 

Son of the late Rev. H. M. Patch; b. Torquay, Eng.; ed. Merchant Taylors School, 
and Radley College, Eng. ; Ontario Agricultural College 1904-08, B.s.A.; CP.R. Forestry 
Dept., Winnipeg 1908-11. 

When the war began he tried to join the Canadian Force, but was rejected because of 
his eyesight. He then went to England, and after being twice refused on the same 
grounds, was accepted early in 191 5 in the Public School Corps. From this he was 
transferred to the East Surrey Regiment, in which he trained for some months. He 
then received a commission, being appointed to the King's Own Royal Lancaster 
Regiment in July 1916. He went to France immediately, and in the next month was 
killed while leading his platoon in attack on a German trench before Albert on the 
Somme front. 

MURRAY HULME PATERSON Nov. 17, 1891— Sept. 16, 1917 

Captain, Royal and Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of D. S. Paterson; b. Chatham; ed. Chatham p.s. and c.i.;' Medicine 1909-14, 
M.B.; Staff, St. Michael's and Sick Children's Hospitals, Toronto. 

In May 191 5 he was appointed to the R..A..M.C. and went to France in July. For 
two years he served as Medical Officer with the 1st Rifle Brigade. He was awarded the 
Military Cross for his service on July ist, 1916, when he assisted in carrying out the 
wounded under heavy fire. One soldier that he was carrying was killed and another was 
hit. He kept at the work for many hours, attending to the wounded till he was com- 
pletely exhausted. In the summer of 191 7 he transferred to the c.A.M.C. Shortly after- 
wards he was accidentally killed by a fast train when walking on the railway track. 
Buried at Orpington. 

EDGAR WILLIAM PATTEN March 21, 1891— Oct. 26, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of Charles G. Patten; b. Morriston; ed. Morriston P.s., St. George Contn. Sch., 
Brantford c.i.; University College 1912-16, b.a. (Math. & Phys.); Edward Blake Scholar, 
Alexander T. Fulton Scholar, William Mulock Scholar, a.a.a. Scholar; Gold Medallist ; 

C.O.T.C. 

In March 1916 he enlisted in the 215th Battalion, and was promoted Corporal in 
June, and Sergeant in July. He received his commission in August, passing his examina- 
tions with distinction. He went overseas in a draft of officers in September and crossed 
to France in July 1917, joining the 58th Battalion on the Lens front. On the day of his 
death at Bellevue Spur, Passchendaele, as he went forward with his platoon the officer on 
his left was killed and the advance was held up. After rallying his men he found that 
in order to make further progress it was necessary to bring forward a machine gun, the 
crew of which had all been killed or wounded. He carried it up and was getting 
it into position when he was instantly killed by a sniper. Buried where he fell. All of 
the sixteen officers who went over with him became casualties. 

CHARLES FORREST PATTERSON Aug. 4, 1896— Nov. 13, 1917 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of the Rev. J. R. Patterson; b. Nelles Corners; ed. Thorold p.s., Brantford p.s. 
and C.I., St. Catherines c.i.; Victoria College 1914-15; c.o.T.c. 

In December 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Divisional Signal Company, Canadian 
Engineers. After being i^ronioted to Corporal he reverted in rank on going to France, 
where he was attached to tlio nth Infantry Brigade. He reachetl the front line on 
April loth, 191 7, the day after the attack on Vimy Ridge, and served as a linesman from 



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then onwards through the following engagements before Lens and at Hil! 70. On the 
day of his death at Passchendaele he with two others was laying a line between the 
advanced Brigade Report centre and the Headquarters of the 75th Battalion which 
was in support. The work had to be done under heavy shell fire over five-hundred yards 
of open country. As it was nearing completion a heavy barrage fire opened, with the 
beginning of the German counter-attack. He persisted in carrying on to finish his task 
and had almost reached the pill-box with which connection was being made, when he 
was instantly killed by a shell. Of the thirteen signallers operating from this pill-box, 
twelve were killed or seriously wounded. Buried at Tyne Cote cemetery. Hill Crest 
Farm. 

ROBERT DOUGLAS PATTERSON Aug. 4, 1890— June 14, 1917 

Sergeant, Canadian Army Service Corps. 

Son of the late Robert L. Patterson; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College; Applied 
Science 1907-08; Victoria Realty Co.; Argonaut Rowing, Rugby and Hodvey colours. 

He enlisted in July 1916 in the Army Service Corps, Mechanical Transport, and 
went overseas in September. He served on the Flanders front with the C.A.s.c, 8th 
Railway Troops. He was instantly killed by a shell while waiting with his car near an 
ammunition dump at St. Quentin, Belgium. Buried at Wulverghem. 

NORMAN HOWARD PAVVLEY Dec. 18, 1888— April 12, 1917 

Lieutenant, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of William H. Pawley; b. Alton; ed. Alloa P.s., Brampton H.s.; Ontario 
Agricultural College 1909-11, 1913-15, b.s.a. ; College Rugby and Hockey teams; 
Seed Commissioner, Saskatchewan; 95th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed early in 1916 to the 195th Battalion and for some time was head 
of the recruiting staflf of that unit. Going overseas in November he soon after joined 
the 44th Battalion on the Somme front. From there he went to the Arras — Vimy area, 
and while serving there was awarded the Military Cross on February 3rd, 19 17, for his 
service during a trench raid in which he personally captured a machine gun. On the 
third day after the capture of Vimy Ridge, he was wounded in the head. As he was 
being carried back he was again wounded and died before he could reach the dressing 
station. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

THOMAS WILLIAM PARKER PEACOCK March 26, 1891— May 6, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Christopher Robertson Peacock; b. Stroud; ed. Stroud P.s., Bradford 
H.S., Barrie c.i.; Medicine 1911-16, m.b.; c.o.t.c. 

On graduating in 1916 he was appointed to the C.A.M.C. in Toronto Military District 
and sgrved at Niagara Camp during the summer of that year. In March 191 7 he was 
transferred to Military District No. 13 at Calgary, and was expecting to leave with a 
draft of troops in the middle of May. He was instantly killed in a motor accident at 
Calgary, and his brother Lt.-Col. M. B. Peacock was seriously injured at the same time. 
Buried at Stroud. 

GORDON MACKENZIE PEARCE Sept. 30, 1896— April 26, 1917 
Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-twenty-fourth Pioneer Battalion. 
Son of William K. Pearce; b. Seaforth; ed. Seaforth p.s., St. Thomas P.s., Highfield 

School, Hamilton, University of Toronto Schools; Applied Science 1914-15; c.o.t.c; 

G.G.B.G., Lieut. 

In November 1915 he was appointed to the 124th Battalion, and went overseas the 

following summer. He went to France with his unit in March 1917. A month later he 



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fell near Vimy. He was in charge of a working party in an advanced and exposed 
position on the Souchez Road, when the enemy began shelling. He was instantly killed by 
the second shell, and his Sergeant-Major was fatally wounded. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

HORACE PEARSON July 28, 1897— Oct. 14, 1916 

Private, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of Henry Pearson; b. Barwell, Eng.; ed. Barwell Wesleyan School; Queen 
Alexandra p.s., Riverdale c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1915-16; C.O.T.c. 

Before completing his first year he enlisted in February 191 6 with the Cyclists, and 
went overseas in April. After a brief period with the 74th, he transferred to the 44th 
Battalion, and reached France in August. He served for a short time on the Ypres front 
and then went to the Somme. He fell at Courcelette during an artillery bombardment, 
when a shell burst in the front line, instantly killing him and several of his companions. 
Buried near the place where he fell. 

HENRY MARTYN PECK Aug. 5, 1893— Sept. 28, 1918 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the Rev. E. J. Peck; b. Ashbourne, Eng.; ed. Monkton Combe School, Bath, 
Eng., and Barrie c.i.; Applied Science 1911-15, B..\.sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); Water-polo 
team; Swimming colours; Surveying, and with Imperial Munitions Board; C.O.T.C. 

He enlisted in January 1917 in the 73rd Battery, c.F.A., and went overseas in April. 
He then transferred to the p.p.c.l.i. and went to France in August. He was invalided 
shortly afterwards to England, where he remained till September 1918. A few days 
after he had rejoined his battalion at the front he was wounded by an anti-tank bullet 
when he was acting as runner during the operations near Raillencourt, and died at No. 30 
Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux. 

THOMAS WILLIAM PENHALE May 11, 1893— April 15, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Son of William H. Pcnhale; b. Exeter; ed. Stephen p..s., Exeter H.s., Clinton c.i.; 
Connor Machine Co.; Applied Science 1914-16; c.o.t.c. 

He went overseas in the spring of 19 16 with the second draft of C.O.T.C. candidates 
for Imperial commissions. After his training was completed he was apppoinied to the 
King's Royal Rifle Corps. He went to France early in December, joining the 13th 
Battalion of the Regiment, and reached the trenches at Christmas. After a brief service 
at the front in the Arras sector, he was severely wounded in the thigh at Monchy in the 
battle of Arras on April nth, while gallantly leading his men, and succumbed to his 
injuries four days later in St. John's Ambulance Hospital at Etaples, where he was buried. 

STANLEY JAMES PEPLER Nov. 17, 1889— March 6, 1917 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Thomas S. G. Pepler; b. Toronto; cd. Port Hope P.s., Trinity College School; 
Applied Science 1908-11, Diploma (Mech. Eng.); Assistant Engineer, Toronto Harbour 
Commission; Corps of Guides, Lieut. 

In February 1916 he was appointed to the 4th Divisional Cyclists, and went over- 
seas in April. After being for a time with the 51st Battalion, he transferred to the R. 
Flying Corps in August. He went to France in January 1917, joining the 43rd Squadron, 
and served mostly on the front east of Aire and for a time on the Somme. On March 
6th he was flying In a formation of five over the lines near Arlcux,whcn they were attacked 
by eight German machines. As he was engaged with one of the enemy planes another 
came from behind and sliot him down. A German airman dropped a message later 
saying that his body had been found by Ins machine and burled wIkmt he fell. 



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FREDERICK CHARLES PEPPIATT April 21, 1880— May 9, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Eighteenth Battalion, att. Fourth Trench Mortar Battery. 
Son of the late Philip Peppiatt; b. Parkdale; University College 1908-09; Wycliffe 
College; Contractor; 20th Regt., Lieut.; nid. Margaret Louise Buchner. 

In August 19 1 5 he was appointed as Lieutenant to the 76th Battalion, and went 
overseas in April 191 6. Shortl}' afterwards he joined the i8th Battalion in France, from 
which he went later to the 4th Trench Mortar Battery. He served through the battles 
of the Somnie and Vimy Ridge. As he was going round to see to the comfort of his men 
he was struck by a piece of flying shrapnel and instantly killed. Buried near Arleux- 
en-Gohelle. 

CECIL VICTOR PERRY April 18, 1892— April 23, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery. 

Son of Richard S. Perry; b. King Tp., York Cy.; ed. Bathurst Street, Lansdowne, 
Huron Street p.ss., Harbord Street Ci., Toronto; Applied Science 1910-14, B.A.sc. (Civ. 
Eng. — -Hon.); Engineering Society executive; Year President; 'Varsity' staff; Harriers 
colours ; Manager, Track team; Civil Engineer in Northern Ontario. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery, and went overseas 
as Bombardier in June. He then obtained his commission in the R. Field Artillery in 
November, and being appointed to the 120th Battery, 27th Brigade, 5th Division, went 
to France in March 1916. He served through the battle of theSomme, and distinguished 
himself on August i8th at Edge Trench in Delville Wood, when he took charge of some 
Infantry whose officers had all become casualties, and assisted them to hold the position 
which they had won. He was Forward Observation Officer at Switch Trench on Sep- 
tember 15th, and when a party of enemy snipers in a redoubt was holding up the In- 
fantry, he borrowed rifles and with three others worked round to a point that com- 
manded the redoubt, preventing the enemy from shooting and enabling the Infantry 
to advance. For these actions he was awarded the Military Cross. He fell in the 
following spring, at Vimy Ridge, when a shell struck his dug-out killing him and three 
other officers. Buried at Vimy Cemetery. 

VALENTINE RALPH PFRIMMER June 16, 1892— May i, 1917 
Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery and Royal Flying Corps. 
Son of the late Jacob Pfrimmer; b. Downie Tp., Perth Cy.; ed. Ellice, Perth Cy., 
P.S., Stratford Ci.; Applied Science 1912-15; Athletic executive; Faculty Association 
Football and Hockey teams; First and Second Association Football colours; c.o.t.c. 

In March 1915 he enlisted in the 25th Battery, 7th Brigade, c.f.a., and was pro- 
moted to Corporal and Acting Sergeant before going overseas in the following summer. 
He obtained his commission in England, and going to France early in 1916 joined the 
First Divisional Ammunition Column, with which he served for nine months on the 
Ypres and Somme fronts. At the end of the year he was seconded to the R. Flying 
Corps as Observer, and served with the 8th Squadron. On May ist, 19 17, he was on 
patrol over the lines when his machine was hit, and fell, instantly killing both him and his 
Pilot. Buried at Warlincourt Halte. 

HOWARD VINCENT PICKERING Sept. 5, 1884— Oct. 26, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the late Joseph Pickering; b. Arkona; ed. Tapleytown P.s., Hamilton C.I.; 
Teaching at CJrimsby; University College 1906-10, b.a. (Eng. & Hist. — Mods.); Year 
Secretary; Treasurer, u.c. Literary Society; Students' Parliament; Historical Club; 
Phi Delta Kappa; Education 1910-11; m.a. 1911; ph.d. course, Columbia; Staflf, 
Faculty of Education, and University of Toronto Schools; Staff, Stratford Normal 
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He was appointed in November 1915 to the iioth Battalion, in which he was made 
Assistant Adjutant. Going overseas in 1916, he joined the 4th Mounted Rifles in 
April 19 17 on the Vimy front, and served in the engagements south of Lens and at Hill 
70. He fell at Passchendaele, being instantly killed by a sniper as he was leading his 
men in the attack on the morning of October 26th. Buried near the place where he fell. 

HENRY ERROL BEAUCHAMP PLATT May 16, 1891— May 5, 1916 

Lieutenant, Third Battalion. 

Son of Arthur T. Piatt; b. London; ed. Talbot Street p.s., London, Queen Victoria 
P.s. and Parkdale c.i., Toronto; University College 1909-13, b.a. (Pol. Sc); xiii Club; 
Historical Club; First and Second Rugby colours; Psi Delta Psi; Argonaut Rugby team; 
Mackenzie Fellow in Political Science; m.a. 1914; Law School — with firm of Rowell, 
Reid, Wood & Wright; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

On the outbreak of the war he received his commission in the Queen's Own Rifles, 
and took an active part in organising the University Company which trained with that 
regiment during the autumn of 19 14. After a period of guard duty at Toronto Island 
he was then appointed to the 35th Battalion, and went overseas with a draft from that 
unit in June 1915. With him went Lieut. G. L. B. Mackenzie, also of this University, 
who served with him for several months and was killed on the same front. He reached 
France in October and, except for a period of special training at St. Omer, served through 
the following winter and early spring in the trenches. At the time of his death he was 
Battalion Intelligence Officer and in command of the regimental scouts and snipers. 
A German attack before Ypres was expected early in May, and on the night of his death 
he with two other men was making an important reconnaissance near Hill 60, when he 
was shot in the head by a sniper. Every man of the company volunteered to go out 
and bring him in. Three of them carried him back unconscious to the lines, and he 
died within a few hours. Buried at Lyssenthoek. 

ROY IRVINE POAST March 29, 1897— July 18, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. ' 

Son of Richard Poast; b. Omemee; ed. Emily p.s., Omemee H.s., Lindsay c.i.; Vic- 
toria College 1914-15; c.o.T.c. 

In September 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and 
joined the battalion on the Ypres front in May 1916. After going through the battle 
of Sanctuary Wood, he was killed at Mount Sorrel. With five others he had held an 
advanced point of the trenches for four days till it became untenable. As they were 
about to withdraw one of his party was buried by a shell explosion. He was helping to 
dig his comrade out from the broken trench in full view of the enemy, when he was 
instantly killed by a second shell. Buried where he fell. 

WILSON PORTER March 28, 1892— March 24, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Wilson Porter; b. Port Dover; ed. Port Dover p.s. and U.S.; Medicine 19 15- 
16; C.o.T.c. 

He went overseas in March 1916 with the second draft of C.O.T.C. candidates for 
Imperial commissions. Later in the year he was appointed to the R. Field Artillery, 
and early in 1917 went to France, where he served wiili llic 52nd Brigade. He was 
employed in command of a hundred men moving up guns and aninuinition to the ground 
which the enemy had evacuated before Arras. He was wounded in liis fourth engage- 
ment (luring this battle, on May 12th. On his recovery he transferred to the R. Flying 
Corps in October, and returning to France served in the 56th Squadron. On ^h^rch 
24th, 1918, he went out flying a single-seated machine in a formation of twehc, of which 
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his alone failed to return. He was last seen attacking one of the enemy's planes, and 
several months later it was reported that he had been killed in action on that day. 

JAMES EDWARD POTVIN Aug. lo, 1895— June 19, 1917 

Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of the late Peter Potvin; b. Midland; ed. Midland p.s. and H.s.; University 
College 1913-15; Chi Delta Psi. 

Though for some time past he had been in ill health, he began training at Dayton, 
Ohio, and San Antonio, Texas. Being appointed in April 1916 to the R. Naval Air 
Service, he reached the advanced sea-plane base at Dunkerque in December. He was 
Mentioned in Despatches in April 191 7 for his services in an engagement off the coast. 
About this time he went in a single-seater machine to search for an officer who had been 
forced to come down in German waters. After finding him and reporting to the station 
he returned and drove off three enemy two-seater planes that were about to capture the 
officer, who was eventually rescued. On June 19th he was missing after a battle over 
the sea ten miles from Ostend. 

HAROLD BRANT PRESTON Aug. 18, 1893— Sept. 27, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of T. H. Preston; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford, Victoria p.s., and c.i.; University 
College 1910-14, B.A. (Pol. Sc); Second Basket-ball colours; Phi Delta Theta; 38th 
Regt., Lieut.; md. Jean Peterson. 

He was appointed in the summer of 1915 to the 125th Battalion, and went overseas 
in August 1916. In April 1918 he joined the 54th Battalion in France. He was awarded 
the Military Cross for his service at the Drocourt-Queant line on September 2nd, when 
he took command of his company after all the other officers had become casualties, 
a-nd successfully led it in the attack and captured the sunken road. This was not one 
of his company's tasks, but seeing that the company in front was held up, causing a 
check to the whole line, he immediately grasped the situation and took prompt action. 
At the end of the same month he was killed in action, being shot through the heart during 
the fighting at Bourlon Wood. Buried at Bourlon. 

EVAN EDWARD PRICE Nov. 10, 1896— Sept. 11, 1919 

Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Dragoons. 

Only son of the late Lewis Price; b. Mount Elgin; ed. Upper Canada College; 
Trinity College 1915-16; G.G.B.G., Lieut. 

In his first year he was appointed to the Mounted Rifles Depot, and went overseas 
in July 1916. In January 1917 he joined the R. Canadian Dragoons on the Somme 
front, and in March won the Military Cross for his service in a mounted action near 
Roisel, when he attacked a party of the enemy.and dispersed it, making many prisoners. 
Later he was awarded a Bar to the Cross for his courage and initiative on the Hindenburg 
Line at the end of June, when as Brigade Intelligence Officer he made reconnaissances 
for five nights in succession on the enemy's wire, and on the night of the raid led the first 
party into the trenches, where he remained through the engagement, obtaining valuable 
information. He served during the autumn first at Passchendaele and then in both 
battles of Cambrai. On February 13th, 1918, he won the Distinguished Service Order 
for his service in another raid, near Havrincourt, when for three succeeding nights he 
made reconnaissances, and in the raid itself led forward parties and blew gaps in two 
belts of the wire, ensuring the success of the attack. He was severely wounded at the 
Bois de Moreuil before Amiens on March 28th. Being disabled from further service 
he was invalided home in October, and died after an operation some months later. After 
his death his name was Mentioned in Despatches. 



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HOWARD PRLAIROSE PRIAIROSE Jan. 19, 1895— May 26, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fourth Battalion. 

Only son of Dr. Alexander Primrose, Dean of Faculty of Medicine; b. Toronto; ed. 
Upper Canada College; University College 191 4-15; Phi Kappa Pi; loth Regt., Lieut. 

In March 1915 he was appointed to the 36th Battalion, and went overseas in June. 
While in England he was attached to the Ordnance Corps at Bramshott from October 
1915 to February 1916, In May he joined the 4th Battalion in France. A few days later 
he was killed in action by the explosion of an enemy's shell in the trenches before Ypres. 
Buried at Reninghelst. 

JOHN ALEXANDER PROCTOR April 28, 1894— March 3i, 1919 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Alexander Proctor; b. Beaverton; ed. Beaverton p.s. and H.s. ; 
University College 1914-16; C.O.T.C; 34th Regt., Lieut. 

At the end of 1915 he was appointed to the Il6th Battalion with which he went 
overseas in July 1916. Reaching France in February 1917, he served as Battalion Scout 
Officer through the battles of Vimy, Hill 70 and Passchendaele in that year, and the 
battles of Amiens and Arras in 1918. He was wounded on September 23rd in the ad- 
vance from Arras. While awaiting his return home he was accidentally killed in England. 
-Buried at Beaverton. 

DAVID EDGAR PYE Jan. 3, 1889— May 4, 1917 

Private, Twenty-ninth Battalion. 

Son of Alfred Charles Pye; b. Arnprior; ed. Arnprior p.s. and H.s.; Applied Science 
1906-10, Diploma (Civ. Eng.); With James Laidlaw, m.e., Cranbrook, B.C., 1910; p.l.s.; 
D.L.S.; Field Engineering Co., Victoria, B.C., 19 14. 

He enlisted in June 1916 in the 103rd Battalion, and went overseas the next month. 
In October he joined the 29th, Vancouver, Battalion at the front. He served as section 
leader through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the fighting of the following days. 
When in the trenches under a heavy bombardment he was instantly killed. Letters 
from his friends bore witness to the influence he exercised over all his comrades, and he 
had been recommended both for promotion as N.c.o. and for a commission but each 
time had declined. Buried at Fresnoy. 

ARTHUR HARPER QUA Dec. 2, 1887— June 4, 1916 

Corporal, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of the late Arthur Qua; b. Paris; ed. Paris p.s. and H.s.; Applied Science 1904-08; 
Y.M.C.v. and Student Volunteer work; Canadian Westinghousc Co., Hamilton. 

In August 1914 he enlisted in the 1st Field Company, C.E., and went overseas with 
the First Contingent. He reached France in February 1915 and served through the 
battles of Ypres, Festubcrt and Givenchy, and then continuously in the Ypres area. 
Because of his efficient work and his influence with his comrades he had been chosen 
for further jiromotion and was about to leave for England to train for a commission, 
when the battle of Sanctuary Wood began. He was killed by a shell when engaged with 
a party in digging, under heavy fire, a new support line from Knob Farm to Rudkin 
House. Buried at 'Railway Dug-outs' near Zillebeke. 

HENRY CHARLES QUAIL June r, 1892— Feb. 18, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. 

Son of John T. Quail; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdowne and Dewson Street P.ss., Harbord 
Street c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1909-13, B.A.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Faculty Swimming 
team; Assistant Engineer, Hydro-Electric Comiiiission ; ()'h Horse, Lieut. 



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Resigning his Militia commission he enlisted in the University Overseas Training 
Company in January 1917, and went overseas in a draft of Imperial commission candi- 
dates in March. Being appointed to the Royal Engineers in June he went to France 
in August. He served with the 124th Field Company in the neighbourhood of Armen- 
tieres till his death in February 1918. He was instantly killed by a shell while he was 
in charge of a working party that was constructing shelters at Houplines. Buried at 
C6te Bon Jean Cemetery, Armentieres. 

MATTHEW RAE July 10, 1892— March 19, 1917 

Private, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the Rev. Frank Rae; b. Uddingston, Scotland; ed. Uddingston p.s., George 
Watson's College, Edinburgh, The Academy, Dumfries, Scotland, and Markham H.s., 
Ontario; Medicine 19 11- 12; Canadian Northern Railway, Surveying Department; 
G.G.B.G. . 

After joining the Militia in August 1914 he enlisted two months later in the 4th 
Mounted Rifles, and went overseas in the following spring. Reaching France in 
October 19 15 he served as Signaller on the front south of Ypres and in the Salient. 
On June 2nd, 1916, at Sanctuary Wood he was wounded and taken prisoner as he was 
trying to save his signalling apparatus. But for that delay he might have escaped. 
After nine months of suff'ering he died as a prisoner at Courtrai and was buried in the 
Military Cemetery near there. 

WILLIAM EMSLEY RALEY April 25, 1893— Oct. 11, 1916 

Sergeant, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of Charles Raley; b. Ottawa; ed. Ottawa South p.s., Lethbridge p.s. and H.s.; 
Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); c.o.T.c. 

In April 1915 he enlisted in the 2nd Divisional Engineers. Reaching France in 
1916 he joined the 2nd Field Company, and served on the Ypres and Somme fronts. 
He was promoted Sergeant in June 19 16. On October 8th he was wounded by a shell 
as he was leading his men to work in ' No Man's Land' near Albert. Three days later 
he succumbed to his injuries, and was buried at Contay. 

PAUL RANEY Dec. 25, 1892— Aug. 21, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of the Hon. W. E. Raney, k.c; b. West Toronto; ed. West Toronto p.s., St. 
Andrew's College, Oakwood c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1910-14, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); 
Railway engineering. 

In December 1916 he joined the R. Flying Corps, and after training at Camp 
Borden and in England he reached France in July 1917, being appointed to the 66th 
Squadron then operating in the Ypres area. A month later he was reported as missing. 
For a long time no details as to his fate could be ascertained, till news came from Lieut. 
P. O'Brien, a member of the same squadron who had been shot down and taken prisoner 
four days earlier and eventually had escaped, from Germany. Lieut. O'Brien, while in 
hospital behind the German lines, had witnessed the fight between six British and more 
than double the number of enemy planes. After the British had maintained the uneven 
fight for a considerable time, four, planes crashed to the ground, two on each side. 
Lieut. O'Brien then learnt that Paul Raney was one of those killed. Buried near 
Roulers. 

JOHN HENRY RATZ Sept. 7, 1869— Feb. 11, 1918 
Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 



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Son of the late John Ratz; b. Elmira; ed. Elmira p.s., Gait c.i.; University College 
1888-92, B.A.; Medicine 1892-95, m.b.; m.d., cm. Trinity; Practising at New Dundee, 
Elmira, Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, and Preston; 29th Regt., Alajor; md. Carrie Ruth 
Bechtel. 

He was appointed to the c.a.m.c. in January 19 15 and went overseas as Medical 
Ofificer to the 34th Battalion in October. After service at Shorncliffe and West Sandling, 
and with the Pensions Board at Bath, he returned to Canada in September 1916 and 
was appointed Assistant Medical Adviser to the Pensions Board at Ottawa. He died 
at Ottawa after a long illness on February nth, 1918, and was buried at Elmira. 

FREDERICK NEWTON READ Jan. 23, 1891— Oct. 30, 1917 

Corporal, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Aaron Read; b. Oweji Sound; ed. Owen Sound p.s. and c.i.; Applied 
Science 1907-11, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); Town Engineer, Kerrobert, Sask. 

He enlisted in May 1915 in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and joined 
the battalion at the front in August. He served as a Signaller through the following 
autumn and winter on the Somme and Armentieres fronts. In the spring of 1916 he 
was invalided, from gas and poisoning, to England. After his recovery from serious 
illness he joined the p.p.c.l.i. Depot at Seaford, where he was employed as Regimental 
Sergeant Major. He was three times offered a commission in the Royal Engineers but 
declined, preferring to remain with his own unit. In August 19 17, reverting to the 
rank of Private, he rejoined the battalion at the front, and shortly afterwards was 
promoted Corporal. He received his papers for a commission in the p.p.c.l.i., but 
remained with the battalion for the battle of Passchendaele. Here he was killed in 
action, being shot by a sniper as he was trying to rescue a comrade. Buried at point 
D. 4 d. 8.3, near Passchendaele. 

JOHN STANLEY REAUME Oct. 10, 1893— Oct. i, 1918 

Lieutenant, Thirteenth Battalion. 

Son of the Hon. Joseph O. Reaume; b. Windsor; ed. St. Alphonsus School, Wind- 
sor; St. Michael's College; University College 1912-13; Medicine 1913-14; Chi Delta 
Psi (Psi Upsilon) ; Varsity First Rugby team; Argonaut Rugby teams; Corps of Guides. 

He enlisted in September 1914 in the 13th Battalion, Machine Gun Section, in which 
he was later promoted Sergeant. Reaching France in February 19 15 he served through 
the battles of Ypres, Festubert and Givenchy. He received his commission in June 
T916, returned to Canada and was appointed to the 241st Battalion. Going overseas 
again with this unit in April 1917, he rejoined the 13th Battalion at the front, and 
served through the battle of Passchendaele of that year. In 191^ after going through 
the battles of Amiens and Arras he was instantly killed at Sancourt before Cambrai. 
Buried at the 'Canada' Cemetery near Cambrai. 

LAURENCE HENRY REHDER July 3, 1892— Aug. 8, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Only son of Henry Rchdcr; b. Paris; ed. Paris P.s. and H.s.; In business at Paris; 
Victoria College 1912-16, b.a. (Com. & Fin.); c.o.t.C; 38th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 125th Battalion in November 19 15 and went overseas in 
the following August. In April 1918 he joined the 54th Battalion in France on the 
Arras front. He was killed in action on the first day of the battle of Amiens. On the 
same day fell his College friend Douglas K. Hamilton, who had joined the 125th 
Battalion with him anr! remained with him till the end. 



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ELLIS VAIR REID Oct. 31, 1889— July 28, 1917 

Flight-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of Albert N. Reid; b. Belleville; ed. Belleville P.s., Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; 
Applied Science 1907-11, b.a.sc. (Architecture); President, Architectural Society; 
Architect, firm of Burke, Horwood & White. 

In January 19 16 he joined the R. Naval Air Service, and reaching the front in 
November, served first with No. 3 Wing in the Belfort area. He transferred later to 
No. 10 Wing and served on the Ypres — ^St. Julien front. On July 28th, 1917, in an 
engagement when he was commanding a flight he was reported as missing, and later 
as having been killed in action on that day. Shortly before his death he was awarded 
the Distinguished Service Cross for his work before Ypres, more particularly on June 
6th, 1917, when he atacked and drove down a hostile scout, and on June 15th when he 
was leading a formation of three scouts and encountered ten enemy planes, two of 
which he drove down out of control. He was also twicg Mentioned, on July 12th and 
July 27th, and was recommended for the D.s.o. 

GEORGE ERNEST REVELL Aug. 4, 1877— June 15, 1915 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of the late Robert Revell; b. Woodstock; ed. Woodstock p.s. and c.i.; Applied 
Science 1896-99, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng.); Mining Engineer at Nelson, B.C. 

In August 1914 he enlisted in the ist Field Company of the Engineers in the First 
Contingent. He reached France early in 1915, and after four months' service in difficult 
and dangerous work he was killed in action at Givenchy. He was waiting for the 
explosion of a mine preceding an attack when a shell struck, instantly killing him and 
five of his companions. Of the fifteen men in his party eleven were killed and three 
wounded. Buried where he fell. 

RONALD MACKENZIE RICHARDS March 13, 1895— Nov. 13, 1914 

Private, London Scottish. 

Son of the late Frederick Edward Richards; b. Foo Chow, China; ed. Colet 
House, Rhyl, Wales, and Berkhamsted School, Eng.; Trinity College and Forestry 
1912-14. 

When war was declared he was at his home in England, and he at once enlisted 
in the London Scottish. He took part in the famous charge of his battalion on Novem- 
ber 1st in the first battle of Ypres. A few days later he was instantly killed by a shell 
in a wood near Ypres. Buried where he fell. He was the first member of the University 
to fall in the war. 

WILLIAM PERCY RICHINGS Jan. 6, 1893— June 3, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Anti-Aircraft Artillery. 

Son of George T. Richings; b. Crookston, Minn.; ed. Grantham p.s., Niagara Tp. 
P.S., St. Catharines c.i.; Victoria College 1913-16; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.F.A., on its formation in 
April 1916 and went overseas in July. In November he joined the i6th Battery, c.F.A., 
in France. During January and February 1917 he was attached to an Imperial Anti- 
Aircraft battery for instruction, after which he joined 'e' Battery of the Canadian 
A.A.A. After serving through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the subsequent engage- 
ments, he was wounded on June ist near Thelus Corners on the Arras road, and two 
days later succumbed to his injuries at No. 30 Casualty Clearing Station. Buried at 
Aubigny. 



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RUPERT ELWYN RIVERS May i, 1892— June 3, 19 16 

Lance-Corporal, Forty-ninth Battalion. 

Son of James Rivers; b. Perth Cy.; ed. Hibbert P.s., Seaforth c.i.; Teaching 
at Hagersville; Medicine 1914-15; c.o.t.c. 

In April 1915, before the end of his first year, he enlisted in the 35th Battalion, and 
went overseas in October. At the end of May 1916 he joined the 49th Battalion on the 
Ypres front. Less than a week later he was reported as missing between June 2nd and 
5th. On June 3rd the battalion advanced to the counter-attack on Sanctuary Wood 
with heavy losses, and held the ground gained through the next day till relieved on 
June 5th. 

JAMES GERSHOM ROBERTS April 18, 1892— Aug. 10, 1918 

Lieutenant, Seventy-eighth Battalion. 

Son of Major J. G. Roberts; b. Brampton; ed. Brampton p.s. and H.s.; Hon. 
Matriculation;', R. College Dental Surgeons 1911-15, D.D.s., l.d.s.; Lacrosse colours; 
College Athletic executive; College Hockey team; c.o.t.c. 

In the spring of 1915 he joined No. 4 General Hospital, c.a.m.c, and was later 
promoted Sergeant. When with this unit at Salonica he was recommended for his 
commission. He was invalided to England in September 19 16, and on his recovery 
was appointed Captain in the Canadian Army Dental Corps and did duty first at 
Westenhanger and then at Basingstoke on the return of No. 4 Hospital. He then 
transferred to the Infantry, reverting to the rank of Lieutenant. In April 19 18 he joined 
the 78th Battalion in France. On the third day of the battle of Amiens he was severely 
wounded when leading his men at Hallu. The officer of the supporting platoon, with 
three others from many volunteers, procured a stretcher. As he was being carried out 
under heavy fire a shell struck near by, and he succumbed to the shock. Burled at 
Hillside Cemetery between Le Quesnel and Caix. 

FRANK BRUCE ROBERTSON Sept. 9, 1892— Sept. 9, 1918 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of Robert Robertson; b. Hamilton; ed. Hagersville P.s. and H.s.; University 
College 1909-10; Forestry 1911-14, b.sc.f.; President, Foresters' Club; Forestry 
Department, Ottawa. 

He enlisted in the 4th Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., in October 1915, and went 
overseas in November. He took signalling courses in England and joined the battalion 
at the front in October I916. In April 1917 he transferred to the 3rd Canadian Divi- 
sional Signalling Company, being attached to an Artillery brigade. He served at the 
Somme, and in the battles of Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens and Arras. He fell 
in action on his 26th birthday, being killed by a shell at Vis-en-Artois. Buried at 
Vis-cn-Artois. 

JAMES ERNEST ROBERTSON June 20, 1879— March 9, 1916 

Lieutenant, Twenty-seventh Battalion. 

Son of the late Duncan Robertson; b. Milton; ed. Clinton Street p.s., Harbord 
Street c.i., Toronto; University College 1897-1901, b.a. (Pol. Sc); Chi Delta Psi (Psi 
Upsilon); Business Manager, 'Varsity '; Law School; ll.b. 1904; Barrister, practising 
in Winnipeg; Secretary, Winnipeg Supply & Fuel Co. 

In June 1915 he was appointed to the 90th, Winnipeg Rifles, Battalion, and went 
overseas in command of a draft in September. He joined the 27th Battalion in France 
in December on the Kemmel front. Here after {i brief service he was killed, being shot 
by a sniper. Buried at Locre. 



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DAVID ALEXANDER ROBINSON May 6, 1897— Feb. 18, 1918 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

Son of the late David A. Robinson; b. Goldsmith; ed. Leamington p.s. and H.s.; 
Applied Science 1914-16; c.o.x.c. 

He was appointed to the 99th Battalion in March 19 16, and went overseas in May. 
On reaching England he was taken ill and was in hospital for six months and then was in 
a reserve battalion. In May 1917 he joined the ist Battalion at the front, and served 
with it continuously till his death except for two months when he was out of the line, 
having been gassed. On the day of his death he was out with a wiring party at Hill 70, 
when the enemy opened upon them with machine gun fire. He was wounded, and as he 
was making his way back he was struck and killed by a trench mortar. 

CHARLES EMMANUEL ROCHEREAU DE LA SABLIERE Jan. 2, 1894— Oct. 3 > 
Aspirant, Thirty-first Chasseurs, French Army. [191 8. 

Son of Charles Rochereau de la Sabliere; b. Toronto; ed. St. Ignace College, Paris, 
France, Ste. Marie College, Montreal College, St. Michael's College, Toronto; College 
de Bollengo, Italy; University College 1912-13; Gendron Mfg. Co., Toronto; Assistant 
to the French and Belgian Consul. 

He left Canada for France on August 8th, 1914, and joined the 140th French 
Infantry Regiment. He was later promoted to Corporal in the 144th Regiment. He 
served in the autumn of 1915 at Souain on the Champagne front. He was awarded 
the Croix de Guerre for his service here; also the Silver Star and Bronze Palm, and 
was Mentioned in Divisional and Army Citations. In 1916 he took part in the defence 
of Verdun at Fort de Tavannes. After returning to Canada on a short leave in the 
spring of 19 17, he rejoined his unit, and served in the attack on the Chemin des Dames 
and the capture of Forts Malmaison and Pinon. In February 1918 he entered an 
Officers' training course at St. Cyr, and on qualifying was appointed to the famous 31st 
Battalion of the Chasseurs-a-Pied (Blue Devils). At the end of September he took 
part in the advance under General Gouraud on the Champagne front. On October ist 
he was badly gassed but refused to report. Two days later he was advancing along a 
narrow track railway near Orfeuil under heavy fire. After warning his men he was 
instantly killed by the concussion of a shell. His body was found later and buried at 
Orfeuil pending removal to the family vault at Montmartre, Paris. After his death 
it was announced that the Medaille Militaire had been awarded to him as falling in 
action. 

CLIFFORD ELLIS ROGERS Feb. 13, 1894— Nov. 7. 1918 

Private, Canadian Corps Cyclist Battalion. 

Son of the late Robert Rogers; b. Toronto; ed. Gladstone Avenue and Dewson 
Street p.ss., Harbord Street c.i., Toronto; University College 1911-12; Applied Science 
1912-13; Draftsman & Inspector, Toronto City Waterworks. 

He enlisted in April 19 16 with the Canadian Cyclists, and went overseas in the 
same month. He reached France in August 1917, and served through the campaigns 
of the following year until his death a few days before the Armistice. He was killed 
by a gas shell when serving on the road from Valenciennes to Mons. Buried at Quiv- 
rechain Cemetery, Belgium. 

STANLEY WALLACE ROSEVEAR March 9, 1896— April 25, 1918 

Captain, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Howard S. Rosevear, B.A.; b. Walkerton; ed. Lindsay p.s., Port Arthur c. I.; 
Applied Science 1915-16; c.o.T.c. 



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In November 1916 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company, and 
in January 19 17 transferred to the R. Naval Air Service. He qualified as a Scout Pilot 
in June, being at the head of the list, and received his commission which was dated from 
April. He went to France in July joining the ist squadron (later 201st, r.a.f.), and 
served on the Ypres — Lille sector, and later in the Dunkerque area. In his first month 
of service he was Mentioned for his work over the lines in support of the Infantry, and 
again in August and September. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross on 
October 28th, for his gallantry as a Fighting Scout in destroying several hostile machines 
and attacking the enemy Infantry from low altitudes. On January ist, 1918, he was 
promoted to Flight Lieutenant, and in March won a Bar to the Cross for his service 
more particularly on the 15th when he attacked a formation of eight and brought down 
two of the enemy machines. He was made Flight Commander in the same month, and 
promoted Captain in the R. Air Force. During the German offensive in the spring he 
served at various points between Dunkerque, Bailleul, and Arras. He was killed in 
action on April 25th near Arras, and was buried at St. Hilaire Cemetery, Prevent. In 
nine months' service he had brought down twenty-three enemy planes. 

ANDREW ROSS Jan. 12, 1876— Sept. 29, 1918. 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Kenneth Ross; b. Huron Tp., Bruce Cy.; ed. Lochalsh p.s., Huron 
Tp. P.S., Wingham h.s., Kincardine H.s., Goderich C.I.; Medicine 1900-1904, M.B.; 
Teaching in Ontario and Western Provinces. 

In 19 15 he enlisted in the ranks of No. 8 Field Ambulance, and reached France in 
June 1916. After more than a year's service at the front he obtained his commission 
in the c.a.m.c, and was appointed to No. 2 Canadian General Hospital. For a time he 
was attached to No. 47 British General Hospital. He then joined No. 12 Canadian 
Field Ambulance. Two weeks later on September 29th, 19 18, he was employed with a 
stretcher party in clearing the wounded from a regimental aid post close to the front 
line at the Canal du Nord. Here he was wounded by a shell, and losing consciousness 
died shortly afterwards. Buried at Queant Military Cemetery. 

GEORGE CROWTHER RYERSON Oct. 21, 1883— April 23, 1915 

Captain, Third Battalion. 

Son of Major-General G. Sterling Ryerson, a. M.S.; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, 
Upper Canada College; Applied Science 1902-05; Alpha Delta Phi; Insurance Broker, 
firm of Mitchell & Ryerson; loth Regt., Capt. 

He was appointed in August 1914 to the 3rd Battalion, with which he went over- 
seas, and to France in February 1915. Shortly after the enemy launched their first 
gas attack on the afternoon of April 22nd, his battalion and others being in reserve were 
ordered to fill the gap. He was killed while leading his company against overwhelming 
odds and under heavy machine gun and artillery fire. Buried at Wieltje. ' 

EVAN RYRIE Feb. 15, 1894— July 18, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Harry Ryrie; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Toronto, Trinity 
College School; University College 1911-13; u.c. Athletic executive; College Junior 
Rugby team; Second Rugby colours; Zeta Psi; Canadian Bank of Commerce; 48th 
Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in May 19 15 to the 20th Battalion, and went overseas the same 
month. He reached France in September and served on the front south of Ypres till 
November, when he was taken ill. After being in hospital for five months he returned 
home on leave in March 1916. Returning to F"rance in December he joined the 15th 



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Battalion and served on the Vimy front and through the battle of April and subsequent 
engagements south of Lens. He was killed in action on July i8th, 19 17, near Lens when 
conducting a party back of the lines. Buried at Hersin. 

CHARLES EDWARD SALE Oct. 15, 1878— Jan. 17, 1916 

Major, Eighteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Edward Knight Sale; b. London Tp.; ed. London Tp, amd London 
P.ss., St. Mary's c.i., London c.i.; R. College Dental Surgeons 1900-04, d.d.s.; Practis- 
ing at Goderich; 32nd Regt., Capt.; md. Kate Hughes Campaigne. 

He was appointed in November 1914 as Captain to tlie i8th Battalion, Second 
Contingent, and was later promoted Major. Reaching France in September 19 15 he 
served in the St. Eloi — ^Ypres area throughout the autumn. While on duty in the 
trenches he was wounded in the leg, and died in the ambulance as he was being taken 
back to No. 5 Base Hospital. Buried at Bailleul. 

EDWIN FRANCIS SANDERS Aug. 4, 1893— Oct. 15, 1917 

Private, Twenty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of Edwin L. Sanders; b. Ottawa; ed. St. Patrick's s.s., and c.i., Ottawa; 
University College 1912-16, b.a. (Eng. & Hist.-Cl.); Edward Blake Scholar; u.c. 
Literary Society executive; Fourth Year executive; Recording Secretary, Newman 
Club; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in February 1916 as Orderly Room Clerk in the 199th, Irish Rangers, 
Battalion, and was promoted Sergeant in May. Going overseas in December he took a 
special n.c.o. course in England, and acted as Instructor at Shoreham. Though he was 
asked to retain this position, he gave it up to go to the front, and reverting in rank 
joined the 24th Battalion at the front in June 19 17. During July and part of August he 
was employed chiefly with working and entrenching parties. He then went to the front 
line, having volunteered for Lewis-gun work. On October 15th at Mericourt, south 
east of Lens, he received multiple wounds from shrapnel, and died on the same day. 
Buried at Aubigny. 

MALCOLM DOUGLAS SCHELL April 24, 1893— Sept. 28, 1918 

Sergeant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Only son of Malcolm S. Schell; b. Woodstock; ed. East Oxford P.s., Woodstock  
Central P.S., Woodstock College; Applied Science 1914-15; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in November 1915 in the 5th Universities Company, p.p.CL.i., and 
while in training at Montreal was promoted to Company Sergeant- Major of the unit. 
Going overseas in April 19 16, he went to France in the autumn and reverted to the 
rank of Private on joining the battalion at the front. During nearly two years' service 
in the battalion, he was promoted through all the N.c.o. grades to Sergeant, and took 
part in the battles of the Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens and Arras. 
He was killed in action at the taking of Bourlon Wood. Buried at Neuville near 
Cambrai. . After his death it was announced that the Distinguished Conduct Medal 
had been awarded to him for his service on August 26-28th in the operations south of 
the Scarpe. When all the officers of the company had become casualties he took 
command and led the men forward under heavy fire. He rallied them at a critical 
moment and, regardless of danger, successfully directed the work of the company till 
an officer was sent forward to take command. 



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STANLEY WALTER SCHREITER Sept. 28, 1893— Aug. 11, 19 17 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Alvin George Schreiter; b. Kitchener; ed. Kitchener P.s. and c.i.; Uni- 
versity College 1911-13; Manufacturer. 

He enlisted in the 43rd Battery, c.f.a., in January 19 16, and went overseas at the 
end of the next month. He reached France in July and served at the front for thirteen 
months, in the Somme and Vimy campaigns. On August nth he was fatally wounded 
near Arras and died on his way to hospital. Buried at JMaroeuil. 

CHARLES BEVERS SCOTT Nov. 21, 1881— June 26, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fifty-fourth Battalion. 

Only son of Charles Scott; b. Windsor; ed. Windsor p.s. and C.I.; University 
College 1900-02; Edinburgh University, B.A., M.A.; Law School; Secretary, Osgoode 
Hall Literary Society; President, Inter-collegiate Debating Union; Secretary, National 
Chorus, Toronto; Barrister, with firm of Urquhart & Urquhart; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in January 1916 to the i66th, Q.o.R., Battalion. While in train- 
ing he was Battalion and Brigade Musketry Instructor at Camp Borden. Going over- 
seas in October, at the end of the year he joined the 54th, British Columbia, Battalion 
in France, and served through the battle of Vimy Ridge and the following engagements 
south of Lens. On the night of June 26th, 1917, he was leading a relief party to the 
front trenches near Lens, when they encountered heavy shell-fire. He ordered his men 
to take shelter under a bridge. As there was not room for all he remained outside, 
where he was fatally wounded in the chest by shrapnel and died a minute later. Buried 
at Villers-au-Bois. 

DOUGLAS GORDON SCOTT April 26, 1896— Dec. 13, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Thomas B. Scott; b. Hawick, Scotland; ed. Peebles p.s., George Watson's 
College, Edinburgh, Guelph p.s., Parkdale c.i., Riverdale c.i., Toronto; Applied Science 
1914-17; Faculty Rugby, Hockey and Basket-ball teams; Second Rugby colours; 
First Hockey colours; c.o.T.C. 

In the spring of 1917 he joined the R. Flying Corps, and went overseas in Sep- 
tember. He was accidentally killed on December 13th when he was attached to the 
6th Training Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, at Tern Hill, Shropshire. Misjudging 
his distance from the ground he looped the loop at 500 feet, and his machine crashed 
before he had time to correct it. Buried at Stoke-on-Tern, Shropshire. 

FREDERICK GUNDY SCOTT Nov. 9, 1895— Apl. 20, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late Frederick William Scott; b. Toronto; ed. Grimsby p.s. and h.s.; 
Harbord Street C.i., Toronto; Victoria College 1912-16, b.a. (Com. & Fin.); Psi Delta 
Psi; C.o.T.C; 7th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut. 

In the summer of 1915 he was appointed to the 40th Battery, C.f.a., and went 
overseas in February 1916. Reaching France in July he served first on the Ypres front 
and then at the Somme. After going through the battle of Vimy Ridge, for his work in 
which he was recommended for a decoration, he was killed a few days later. He was 
taking a party of men through Vimy village to a new position, when a shell burst among 
them killing him and fatally wounding Lieut. M. A. Clarkson, also of this University. 
Buried at Villers-au-Bois. 

GORDON GEORGE BEATTIE SCOTT June 11, 1895— Sept. 3, 1917 
Flight Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 



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Son of Andrew Scott; b. Guelph; ed. Guelph p.s., c.i., and Model School; Teaching 
at Hickson, Oxford Cy.; Education 1914-15; Teaching at Winchester Street p.s., 
Toronto; c.o.T.c. 

In June 1916 he joined the R. Naval Air Service, and trained in Canada, France and 
England. He went to the front on July 6th, 1917, joining the ist Squadron. In less 
than two months' service in the Bailleul area, he had many encounters with enemy 
planes, on one occasion fighting singly against three at close range. On September 3rd 
he was missing, after having gone on a special duty over the enemy's lines, and later 
was reported as presumably having been killed on that day. 

JAMES GARNET SCOTT Aug. 26, 1892— Jan. 25, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, att. r.n.a.s. 

Only son of the late W. M. Scott, m.d.; b. Holland, Man.; ed. St. Catharines p.s., 
Bishop Ridley College; Applied Science 1909-14, b.a.sc. 1918 (Mech. Eng.). 

He joined the R. Naval Air Service in August 1915, and went overseas in January 
1916. After obtaining his Pilot's certificate he became medically unfit for flying, and 
was transferred to the R. Naval Volunteer Reserve. He was attached to the r.n.a.s. 
as Engineer Drafting Ofificer and worked at the Crystal Palace. He was promoted 
Lieutenant in 1917. Early in 1918 he died suddenly in hospital at Croydon, and was 
buried at St. Catharines. 

WALTER FRANCIS SCOTT Aug. 11, 1893— Aug. 10, 1918 

Lieutenant, Forty-seventh Battalion. 

Son of Peter Scott; b. Brussels; ed. Brussels P.s. , Seaforth C.I. ; Teaching at Auburn 
and Colmville; Education 1913-14; Asst. Principal, Earl Grey School, Toronto, 1914- 
15; 33rd Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed Lieutenant in the i6ist, Huron County, Battalion in December 
1915, and went overseas in November 1916. He joined the 47th Battalion at the front 
in March 1918. On the third day of the battle of Amiens he was killed by a machine 
gun bullet at Fouquescourt. Buried at Beaufort. 

WILLIAM GEORGE STANLEY SCOTT Sept. 28, 1890— Nov. 11, 1916 

Lieutenant, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of W. H. Scott; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria P.s., Parkdale c.i., Toronto; 
University College 1906-09, 1910-12, b.a.; Law student, Saskatchewan. 

In June 1915 he was appointed to the 46th, Saskatchewan, Battalion, and went 
overseas in September. He reached France in July 19 16, and was in command of the 
battalion bombers. On September i8th he was wounded but remained on duty. He 
was killed in the early hours of November nth at Regina Trench, when he led a party 
of thirty-eight bombers in a night attack, only eleven of whom returned. Buried where 
he fell. In the following January he was Mentioned in Despatches for his service in a 
successful trench raid on an earlier occasion. 

PERCY ROY SHANNON Dec. 5, 1887— Nov. 3, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Wellington M. Shannon; b. Walkerton; ed. Walkerton p.s. and c.i. ; 
Medicine 1912-15, 1916-17, m.b.; Year Secretary; Nu Sigma Nu; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted first as stretcher-bearer in the 34th Battalion in the spring of I9i5,and 
went overseas with the rank of Sergeant in November. He was then sent back to 
complete his medical course and graduated in 1917. Receiving his commission in the 
R.A.M.c. he joined No. 12 Field Ambulance in March 1918, and served with it and the 
lith Field Ambulance on the Arras — Cambrai front. During the summer he was 



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invalided with trench fever for two months. In the advance towards the Belgian 
frontier he was wounded in the head by shrapnel while he was giving aid to a wounded 
man in a sunken road that the enemy were shelling. He was taken to Congies near 
Haspres, where he died shortly afterwards. Buried at Villers-en- Conchies near 
Valenciennes. 

JOHN EDWARD SHARMAN Sept. 11, 1892— July 22, 1917 

Flight Lieutenant, Acting Flight Commander, Royal Naval Air Service. 
Son of Thomas H. Sharman; b. Oak Lake, Man.; ed. Oak Lake p.s., St. John's 
College, Winnipeg, Jarvis Street c.r., Toronto; Applied Science 1913-15; c.o.x.c. 

He was accepted for service in the R. Naval Air Service in August 1 9 15. After 
training at Halifax and in England, he was appointed in August 1916 to No. 3 Wing for 
service in Eastern France; being stationed first at Luxeuil and then near Nancy. In 
April 1917 he was assigned to No. 10 Squadron, att. nth Wing, R.F.C., and later to the 
22nd Wing, and transferred to the Flanders front. He was promoted Flight Lieutenant 
in June 1917, and made Acting Flight Commander a few days before his death. In 
May 1917 he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his work in long distance 
air raids. Twice on the same day he had successfully led a flight. He was also awarded 
the French Croix de Guerre avec Palme and Mentioned in a Citation by General Castel- 
nau for his services in eleven long distance raids, particularly in two attacks on Fribourg 
in one day. On June 24th he was Mentioned in Despatches and won a Bar to his Cross 
for the courage and skill which he showed in attacking enemy aircraft, on one occasion 
leading six British planes against fifteen of the enemy. On July 22nd he was reported as 
missing, and later it was learned from German sources that he and his Observer had 
been killed in action on that day over the lines near Warneton. 

SAMUEL SIMPSON SHARPE March 13, 1872— May 25, 1918 

Lieut. -Colonel, Commanding One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 
Son of the late George Sharpe; b. Zephyr; ed. Uxbridge P.s. and H.s.; University 
College 1890-92, 1893-95, B.A. (Pol. Sci.); Law School; Barrister, practising at Ux- 
bridge; M. p. for North Ontario, 1908-18; 34th Regt., Major; md. Mabel Edith Crosby. 
In the autumn of 1915 he was appointed to the command of the ii6th, Ontario 
County, Battalioji, which he recruited and trained. Reaching France in February 1917, 
he served in the battle of Vimy Ridge and the following engagements south of Lens, and 
then at Hill 70 and Passchendaele. He was Mentioned in Despatches and awarded the 
D.s.o. in January 19 18. After a year's service at the front he was invalided, and was 
returning home on leave, when he died suddenly in Montreal a few days after his arrival 
in Canada. Buried at Uxbridge. 

JOSEPH GORE SHEPLEY July 29, 1889— Oct. 26, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Engineers. 

Son of Lawrence W. Shepley; b. Amherstburg; ed. Maiden P.s., Essex p.s. and 
H.S.; Applied Science 1910-14, b.a.sC. 1918 (Min. Eng.); Mining in N. Ontario; md. 
Wilhelmina F. Hill. 

In April 1918 he enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company, and at the 
beginning of May received his commission in the Canadian Engineers. After training 
at St. John's, Que., he went overseas in June. Not long after his arrival in England he 
was taken ill while training at Seaford, and died in hospital at Eastbourne on October 
26th. Buried at Seaford. 

MORLEY ROY SHIER Dec. 4, 1894— Sept. 6, 1918 
Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 



126 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Son of James M. Shier; b. Scott Tp., Ontario Cy.; ed. Leaskdale p.s., Uxbridge 
H.S.; Education 1912-13; Teaching at Corson's Siding p.s., Victoria Cy., and Earl Grey 
School, Toronto. 

In November 1917 he joined the R. Flying Corps, receiving his commission in the 
R. Air Force in April 1918, and going overseas the next month. He began his active 
service flying with the 256th Squadron in July on patrol duty off the Northumberland 
coast. On September 6th he went out on patrol in foggy weather and when twenty 
miles from the shore his machine fell' into the North Sea. 

WESLEY GEORGE SHIER Feb. 7, 1894— June 2, 1916 

Sergeant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Robert George Shier; b. Port Perry; ed. Central P.s., Victoria; Central 
P.S., and H.S., Vancouver; Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted with a number of University men in the 25th Battery, c.f.a., in March 
1915. Going overseas with a draft in June, he transferred in England to the 23rd 
Batter^-, in which he was promoted through the different grades to Sergeant. He 
reached France in January 1916, and served on the front from Kemmel to Ypres. On 
the night of June 2nd he had brought up ammunition to the guns before Ypres, and was 
ordered to return by another road that seemed safer. As he was going back on the 
Ypres — Dickebusch Road, near Cafe Beige, a shell struck the ammunition wagon 
killing two men and wounding others. Being a short distance ahead he fell from his 
horse, and immediately afterwards another shell struck close by and fatally injured him. 
He died without recovering consciousness shortly after being brought to the first aid 
station. Buried near Ouderdom. He had been selected for a commission, and also 
been recommended for the d.c.m. for his service at St. Eloi. 

JOSEPH CUTHBERT SHIPTON Nov. i, 1893— Jan. 16, 1916 
Lance- Corporal, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the late George Walter Shipton; b. Bridgetown, N.s.; ed. Carleton Corner, 
N.S., P.S., Oxford House School, and Whitgift Grammar Sthool, Croydon, Eng.; 
Truro Agricultural College, N.s., 1910-12; Instructor in Entomology, Nova Scotia 
Department of Agriculture; Ontario Agricultural College 1913-15, B.s.A. 

On graduating he enlisted in the 38th Battalion in April 1915, from which he trans- 
ferred to the 1st Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i. Going overseas in June, he joined 
the battalion at the front in July. After a few months' service, chiefly on the Somme 
and Armentieres fronts, he was taken ill on December 17th with cerebro-spinal menin- 
gitis, and died a month later in No. 7 General Hospital near St. Omer, where he was 
buried. 

ALEXANDER McGREGOR SIMPSON April 15, 1887— Sept 5, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, London Regiment. 

Son of Archibald Simpson; b. Elma Tp.; ed. Newry p.s. and Listowel H.s. ; Uni- 
versity College 1904-08, B.A. (Math. & Phys.), m.a. 1909; Alexander Fulton Scholar, 
Mulock Scholar, a.a.a.s. Scholar; President, Math, and Phys. Society; Education 
1908-09; Teaching at Brandon c.l. 

In March 19 16 he enlisted in the 196th, Western Universities, Battalion, and went 
overseas in November. He then obtained his commission and joined the i8th London 
Regiment in August 1918. After a month's service on the Somme front he fell in action 
at Nurlu. He had attacked a party of the enemy at dawn on September 5th, and in the 
evening advanced against them again. As he was going forward he was shot and in- 
stantly killed by a German who had been cut off and was in hiding. Buried at Peronne. 



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COLIN SIMPSON March 6, 1895— Aug. 7, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery. 

Son of Douglas Simpson; b. Toronto; ed. Rose Avenue p.s., Jarvis Street C.I., 
Toronto; Victoria College 1912-14; Second Basket-ball colours; Phi Delta Theta; 
Argonaut Rugby team and Rowing eight; Maitland, Young & Sons, c.A. 

He enlisted in the C.f.a. in the summer of 1915, and after qualifying as Sergeant 
went overseas with that rank in the 33rd Battery. In England he received his com- 
mission in the R.F.A., standing first in his class, and reached France in March 19 16, 
being appointed to 'a' Battery, 179th Brigade, 39th Division. He served in the Ypres — • 
Bethune area, and shortly before his death was attached to the Headquarters of his 
brigade. He was killed by a shell when on his way to the observation post. Buried 
at Gorre Chateau, near Bethune. In November 1916 his name was Mentioned in 
Despatches for his distinguished service as Observation Officer. • 

ERNEST ALROY SIMPSON Dec. 21, 1893— Sept. 21, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of E. A. Simpson; b. Toronto; ed. Huron Street P.S., Toronto, Upper Canada 
College; University College 1911-15; Beta Theta Pi; G.G.B.G., Lieut. 

He was appointed in the summer of 1915 to the 58th Battalion, and reached France 
in the following spring. He was wounded on April 24th, 1916, while taking a working 
party up to the line at Hooge. He rejoined his battalion on July rst, and went with it 
to the Somme in September. Here he was killed in action near Courcelette a week 
after the capture of the town. 

JOSEPH DONALDSON SIMPSON June 28, 1888— Oct. 11, 1918 

Major, Tenth Battalion, and Forty-fourth Brigade Staff. 

Son of E. A. Simpson; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College; University College 
1907-12, B.A.; Beta Theta Pi; xiii Club; G.G.B.G., Lieut.; md. Violet Duggan (d). 

He was appointed, as Lieutenant, to the loth Battalion in August 1914, and reached 
France on April 27, 1915. He served with this unit through the campaigns of 1915 and 
1916, being promoted to Major in September 1916. He was awarded the Military 
Cross in November. He was then appointed G.s.o., 3rd grade, in the First Division, and 
served in this capacity through the Vimy, Lens, and Passchendaele battles. He was 
Mentioned in Despatches of December 28, 1917. From November 1917 to May 1918 
he was seconded to the 7th Imperial Infantry Brigade as Brigade Major. He was 
invalided to England from May to July. On returning to the front he was attached to 
the 44th Imperial Infantry Brigade, 15th Division, as Brigade Major. On October 9th 
he was fatally wounded, and died at No. 15 Casualty Clearing Station two days later. 
Buried at Houchin, west of the Lens — La Bassee line. 

ROBERT BLACKBURN SINCLAIR Oct. 23, 1891— March 22, 1919 
Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery and Royal Air Force. 

Son of John Sinclair; b. Strathroy; ed. Queen Victoria P.S., and Parkdale C.I., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1909-13, 1914-15, B.A.SC. (Civ. Eng.); Psi Delta Psi; First 
Rugby colours; Can. Engrs. 

. In March 19 15 he enlisted with the 4th Brigade Headquarters, C.F.A. , and went 
overseas in May. He obtained his commission in the R. Field Artillery when in Eng- 
land, and went to Frahce in January 1916. He served in 'a' Battery, 64th Brigade, 
I2th Division, on the Ypres, Somme and Arras fronts. In September he was injured 
by shell-shock. The following July he was seconded to the Royal Flying Corps, and 
served in England with No. 7 Training Depot Squadron, and the 123rd, Canadian, 
Squadron, till his death. He died of pneumonia on March 22nd, 1919, and was buried 
at Hampstead. 



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HARRY ROY SMITH Aug. 3. 1890— Jan. 14, 1919 

Capytain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Walter J. Smith; b. Leamington; ed. Leamington p.s.; Dufferin, Givens 
Street, Jesse Ketchum p.ss., Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; University and Victoria 
Colleges 1909-11, Medicine 1911-15, M.B.; Gymnasium colours; Faculty Rugby team; 
'Varsity' staff; y.m.c.a. executive; Secretary, Toronto Playgrounds Association; 
C.O.T.C.; md. Faye Elizabeth Schram. 

He enlisted in No. 2 Casualty Clearing Station in February 1915, receiving his 
degree at a special Convocation in the same month. Going overseas with the rank of 
Sergeant, he obtained his commission in the r.a.m.c. in June 1915. After serving for a 
time on transports between Gallipoli and Alexandria, he was attached to the Berkshire 
Yeomanry in Egypt till September, when he went to Khartoum. While serving there 
he was attached as Surgeon to the force that made a march of 250 miles into the desert 
to rescue a party of British who had been captured by the Senussi Arabs. In June 19 16 
he was promoted Captain and appointed Medical Officer to the ist King's Own, R. 
Lancaster, Regiment. He served with them through the Somme campaign. On 
December 8th he was severely wounded by a shell that came through the roof of his 
aid-post. He was invalided home and In July 19 17 was appointed to the Re-educational 
staflf working at Hart House, Toronto, where he was employed in training maimed 
soldiers to recover the use of their limbs and to acquire anew their self-confidence. 
While still engaged in this work he was taken ill with pneumonia and died a few days 
later. Buried at Toronto. 

JEFFERY FILDER SMITH Feb. 5, 1885— June 29, 1917 

Lieutenant, Thirteenth Battalion. 

Son of James F. Smith; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto Church School, Upper Canada 
College; Leonard McLaughlin Scholar, Trinity College 1903-05; College Cricket, 
Football, Hockey teams; Farming at Cooksville; G.G.B.G., Lieut. 

Going overseas in August 19 16 he was appointed to the 92nd Battalion from which 
he transferred to the 73rd Battalion on the Somme front in October. When this unit 
was broken up he transferred to the 13th, Royal Montreal Highlanders, Battalion in 
April 19 1 7. He was wounded on April 7th at Vimy Ridge, but returned to duty ten 
days later. Being Assistant Intelligence Officer to his battalion he went out on patrol 
on June 29th, between Acheville and Mericourt, and did not return. It was learnt 
later that he had been fatally wounded, and after being taken in by the Germans had 
died on the same day. Buried at Mericourt. 

LEONARD STANLEY SMITH Aug. 17, 1891— Nov. 26, 1917 

Sergeant, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of the late David Smith; b. Gait; ed. Gait P.s. and c.i.; R. College Dental 
Surgeons 1912-16, d.d.s.; c.o.t.c. 

In October 1916 he enlisted in the Army Dental Corps, with the rank of Sergeant, 
and served first at Barriefield Camp and Kingston. Going overseas in November 1916, 
he served in hospitals at Hastings, Shorncliffe and Seaford. After a year's service in 
England he died from diphtheria at Warrington. 

RICHARD LANGFORD SMITH March 16, 1895— April 17, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Heavy Artillery. 

Son of Richard Smith; b. Perth; ed. Perth p.s.; Alexander Muir p.s. and Parkdale 
C.I., Toronto; University College 1914-15; Wycliffe College; Second Hockey colours; 
College Rugby, Basket-ball and Base-ball teams; c.o.t.c. 



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He enlisted in October 1915 in the 34th Battery, c.f.a. From this he transferred 
later to the 63rd Battery, in which he was promoted to Sergeant-AIajor, and then 
received his commission. He reached France in March 1917, being appointed to the 
5th and later to the 8th Siege Battery. After a year's service at the front, mostly in 
the Vimy-Lens area, he died suddenly of heart failure. Buried at Ablain St. Nazaire. 
He had been recommended for a decoration. 

ROBERT SCOTT SMITH Feb. i, i88r— Dec. 22, 1917 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late John Smith; b. Oxford Cy.; ed. Guelph s.s. 2 p.s., Guelph c.l.; 
Medicine 1906- 11, m.b.; Practising at Hardisty, Alta. 

He joined No. i a.m.c. Training Depot at London, Ontario, in April 1916. Going 
overseas in October, he served for a year in the Canadian Convalescent Hospital at 
Uxbridge. He died of anaemia at London and was buried at Brookwood. 

ROBERT WADE SMITH Oct. 4, 1873— Sept. 15, 1916 

Private, Seventy-second Battalion. 

Son of the late Thomas R. Smith; b. Wilmot Tp., Waterloo Cy.; ed. Oxford Cy. 
P.S., Woodstock College; Applied Science 1895-98, Diploma (Ci\-. Eng.-Hon.); Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor, British Columbia; 102nd Regt., Capt. 

Holding a commission in the Militia, he offered his services on the outbreak of the 
war, but was rejected as medically unfit. For some time he was employed in training 
Officers. He then was accepted for overseas service and enlisted in the ranks of the 
72nd, Seaforth Highlanders, Battalion in September 1915. He reached the front at 
the. end of July 1916. Six weeks later he was killed in action at Kemmel, while on a 
trench patrol. Buried at Kemmel. 

GEOFFREY ALLAN SNOW Jan. 11, 1894— Sept. 26, 1916 

Lieutenant, Acting Captain, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of A. J. Russell Snow, K.C.; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, St. Andrew's 
College; University College 1912-15; Beta Theta Pi; c.o.t.c, Col. Sergt.; 48th Regt., 
Lieut. 

In September of 1915 he was appointed to the 92nd Battalion, with which he went 
overseas in May 19 16. He joined the 15th Battalion in France in July, and served 
first on the Ypres front as Intelligence Officer. After going to the Somme he was 
slightly wounded at Mouquet Farm on September 9th. Before he had fully recovered 
he volunteered, on the 25th, to take charge of No. 4 Company, whose Captain had been 
killed. On the next day in an attack on Schwaben Rectoubt before Courcclctte he was 
wounded in the shoulder. His Major told him to take refuge in a shell hole, where he 
must have been killed shortly afterwards. 

LORNK SNYDER Aug. 5, 1896— April 23, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Hampshire Regiment. 

Son of Alfred Snyder; Ij. St. Jacob's; ed. .St. Jacob's P.S., Kitchener c.i. and 
Technical Institute; University College 1914-16; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted in the University of Toronto Overseas Training Company in April 1916, 
and went overseas with a draft of Cadets in September. Receiving his commission in 
February 19 17 he was posted to the 3rd Hampshire Regiment, and later was transferred 
to its 2nd Battalion. He reached France in March and after six weeks' service at the 
front he was missing on April 23rd, being with a party that was cut off by the enemy. 
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KENNETH IAN SOMERVILLE Nov. 17, 1895— Mar. 16, 1918 

Lieutenant, Fifth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of Charles R. Somerville; b. London, Ont.; ed. London p.ss., and c.i. ; 
Chateau de Lancy, Geneva; University of Toronto Schools; University College 19 14-15; 
Phi Delta Theta; C.O.T.C.; 7th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in October 1915 to the 33rd Battalion, with which he went over- 
seas in April 1916. In June 1916 he joined the 6oth Battalion at the front, and served 
with it at Ypres, the Somme and Vimy Ridge. When this battalion was broken up in 
May 1917 he transferred to the 5th Mounted Rifles, with which he served in the 
battles before Lens, and at Hill 70 and Passchendaele. In the winter of 1917-18 he was 
at Brigade Headquarters for two months, and then returned to his battalion. On March 
15th, 19 18, he took part in a raid before Mericourt, in which he was wounded in the face 
at the second German trench. Being blinded by his injuries he was being brought back 
when he was caught in the enemy's barrage and was wounded a second time. He failed 
to survive an operation and died early the next morning. Buried at Thelus Cemetery', 
Yimy. 

RUSSELL WRIGHT SOPER April 20, 1889— April 2, 1918 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late Armon Soper; b. Whitby; ed. Port Perry P.s. and H.s.; Applied 
Science 1909-13, b.a.sc. (Architecture — Hon.); Architect, practising at Sarnia; 27th 
Regt., Lieut.; md. Alma Priscilla Nutting. 

In July 1916 he enlisted in the Ii6th Battalion, and was promoted Sergeant before 
going overseas shortly afterwards. He received his commission in November, and 
joined the battalion at the front early in August 1917. He served through the battles 
of Hill 70 and Passchendaele, and during the following winter on the Lens front. On 
April 2nd, 19 18, when the unit to the left was forced to retire near Mericourt, the position 
of the battalion was threatened. He was in charge of filling in a communication trench 
to block the enemy's advance when he was killed. Buried at La Chaudiere Cemetery, 
Arras — Lens Road. 

JAMES CAMPBELL SORLEY Feb. 10, 1893— Sept. 25, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of James Sorley; b. Carleton Cy., near Ottawa; ed. Quarries P.s. and Contn. 
School; University College 1912-15; Knox College; c.o.t.c. 

At the end of 1914 he enlisted with the Cyclists of the Second Division, in which he 
was later made Lance-Corporal. Reaching France in September 19 15 he served for a 
year, before Wytsrhaete, at St. Eloi, Ypres and the Somme. After the battle of Cource- 
lette he returned to England to train for a commission, being appointed to the 17th 
Reserve, and for several months acted as Instructor in Signalling. He then transferred 
to the R. Air Force. Though he was ofi^ered an Instructorship in this force in England, 
he refused and returned to France, joining the 213th Squadron on August 24th, 1918. 
A month later he was missing on the Belgian front near Ostend. Believed to have been 
buried at Wynendael. 

IVAN EDWARD SOULE April 22, 1893— Aug. 26, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Regiment. 

Son of Asa W^ Soule; b. St. Stephen, n.b.; ed. St. Stephen p.s., Moore's Mills 
Superior School, New Brunswick Normal College; Dalhousie University; University 
College 1914-15- 



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He enlisted in January 19 16 in the 5th Universities Company, p.p.c.L.r., and joined 
the battalion in France in June. He was wounded on September 15th at Courcelette. 
After his recovery he trained for a commission, and was appointed to the R. Canadian 
Regiment, which he joined at the front in September 1917. He served through the 
battle of Passchendaele and on the Arras front. After going through the battle of 
Amiens, he was killed in action before Arras. Buried at Long Trench, near Monchy. 

JAMES MITCHELL SOUTER March 28, 1894— April 11, 1917 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of James E. Souter; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton p.s. and c.i.; Applied Science 
1914-16; c.o.T.C; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

In March 1916 he was appointed to the 133rd Battalion, and went overseas in 
October. He then transferred to the R. Flying Corps, and went to France in March 
1917, joining first the 12th and later the 59th Squadron. After less than a month's 
service he was killed in action near Arras. With six other machines he went out in the 
direction of Douai, and none of them returned. After the Germans retired from this 
front he was found with his Pilot, beside the machine, and they were buried where 
they had fallen. 

GORDON HAMILTON SOUTHAM Feb. 7, 1886— Oct. 15, 1916 

Major, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of William Southam; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton Central P.s., Upper Canada 
College; University College 1903-07, B..\. (Pol. Sci.); First Rugby colours; Zeta Psi; 
XIII Club; Molson's Bank, Hamilton; Staff, 'Hamilton Spectator'; md. Mary M. 
McGibbon; 4th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

In the autumn of 1915 he was appointed to the 40th Battery, 8th Brigade, c.f.a., 
and went overseas in February 1916. He reached France in July and served on the 
Somme front. On October 15th, the brigade was holding a forward position before 
Courcelette, and was exposed to heavy shell fire. It became necessary to remove the 
men to cover, those of the 40th Battery being the last to leave. He was employed with 
Sergeant-Major N. J. Harvie, also of this University, in supervising their removal, when 
a shell struck killing the latter instantly, and wounding Major Southam so severely that 
he died a few minutes later. It was largely due to his courage and coolness that the 
casualties sustained by the battery were not heavier. Buried at Albert. After his 
death his name was Mentioned in Despatches of April 9th, 1917. 

CHARLES ASHBURY SPARLING May 16, 1881— Oct. 26, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Chaplain Service. 

Son of Charles Philip Sparling; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College; Trinity 
College 1901-04, B.A. (Thcol.), m.a. 1905, r.d.; Anglican Ministry, Diocese of Niagara, 
Rector of St. Mark's, Hamilton; nul. Mary Elizabeth Macpeak. 

In the spring of 1918 he was appointed to the Chaplain Service, and did duty first 
at Harriefield Camp and then at Petawawa. He was sent to Niagara Camp when the 
influenza epidemic of the following autumn began, and while on this service and tending 
to the dying, he contracted the disease himself. A few days later he died in hospital at 
Hamilton, where he was buried. 

THOMAS VINCENT SPARLING Oct. 23, 1895— Oct. 31, 1917 

Sergeant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late Re\-. William W. Sparling; b. Caledonia; ed. Conn p.s,, Courtland 
P.S., North Toronto H.S.; Victoria College 19 14- 16; Year President; C.O.T.C. 



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In March 1916 he enlisted in the 13th Brigade Ammunition Column, C.F.A., and 
was promoted Sergeant in June. After training at Kingston and Petawawa he went 
overseas with the 52nd Battery in the summer. He reached France with his battery 
in August 1917, and two months later was killed in action on the Lens front. The 
battery was in action behind a row of houses on the northern outskirts of Lievin, when 
the enemy opened up a heavy fire. He was struck by a shell splinter in the chest and 
died a few minutes later. Buried at Aix- Noulette. 

JAMES ARTHUR STANLEY Oct. 18, 1893— Sept. 27, 1918 

Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Bernard W. Stanley; b. Lucan; ed. Biddulph p.s., Lucan H.s.; Medicine 
1911-16, M.B.; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in February 1915 in No. 2 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, but was 
recalled from England to complete his course. On graduating he was appointed to 
the R.A.M.C. in June 1916, and went to No. 41 General Hospital at Salonica, where 
he remained till August 1918. He then went to France, being appointed to No. 14 
Field Ambulance, from which he was sent as Medical Officer to the 15th R. Warwick- 
shire Regiment. After a brief service in the front line he fell at Gduzeaucourt, east of 
Bapaume. As he was attending to a wounded man on a stretcher outside his aid-post 
and shelter he, with fourteen others, was instantly killed by a shell. Buried at Lebuc- 
quiere. 

WILLIAM STANLEY STEELE June 28, 1890— Feb. 15, 1918 

Private, First Class, United States Signal Enlisted Reserve Corps. 

Son of John Steele; b. Southwold Tp., Elgin Cy.; ed. Southwold p.s., St. Thomas 

C.I.; Applied Science 1908-12, B.A.SC. (Mech. Eng.); Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co. ; md. 

Gertrude Carow (d.). 

He enlisted at Brooklyn, n.y., in December 19 17 in the Aviation section, United 

States Signal Enlisted Reserve Corps. After two months' service he died of pneumonia 

at Brooklyn. 

CHARLES HILTON STEWART Nov. 22, 1892— Nov. 3, 1917 

Lance-Corporal, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late John Stewart; b. Eramosa; ed. Guelph ? ss. and c.i.; Alexander 
Stewart Drug Store, Apprentice; ColTege of Pharmacy, phm.b. 1914: Mgr. Pharmacy 
Hockey team; Carnahan Drug Stores, Toronto. 

He enlisted in April 19 16 with the 55th Battery, c.f.a. Going overseas with a 
draft from this unit he transferred in England to the C.A.M.C In September he went 
to France and after serving for a brief time in a hospital at Rouen, he joined No. 2 
Canadian Field Ambulance. He served on the Somme front, at Courcelette, Le Trous- 
lay and Contay, and the next year at Vimy and Hill 70. Towards the end of October 
he went to Passchendaele. He was first on duty at dressing stations, but owing to the 
difficulty .of carrying out the wounded, additional stretcher-bearers were called for. 
As he was assisting in this work, a shell struck, instantly killing all si.x bearers and the 
wounded man. Buried at Waterloo Pill Box, Passchendaele Road. 

JOHN HOWARD STEWART June 5, 1893— June 27, 1916 

Private, Twentieth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Stewart; b. York Mills; ed. York Cy. P.s., Jarvis Street c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1911-13, 1914-15; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in March 1915 in the Machine Gun Section of the 20th Battalion, and 
went overseas in May. Reaching France in September he served on the Ploegsteert — 



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Ypres front during the following autumn and winter, and through the battle of St. Eloi 
in April 1916. When in the front trenches before Ypres he was struck b}' shrapnel and 
instantly killed. Buried at Bedford House Cemetery, Zillebeke. He had frequently 
been given responsible work in charge of making emplacements for the guns, and had 
been offered promotion a number of times but had on each occasion declined. 

ERNEST ZAVITZ STIRRETT Oct. 2, 1888— June 22, 1917 

Surgeon, Royal Canadian Navy. 

Son of George Stirrett; b. Port Huron, Mich.; ed. Western Ave. P.S., Humberside 
C.I., Toronto; Medicine 1909-12, 1913-15, m.b.; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

• On graduating he was appointed in May 1915 to the c.a.m.c. and was attached as 
Surgeon to h.m. Transport 'Scandinavian'. He transferred in April 19 16 to the R. 
Canadian Navy, and served on h.m.c.s. 'Niobe', Halifax Base. Being invalided he 
came home on leave in April 191 7, and died there two months later. Buried at Toronto. 

LYALL ARNOLD STOKES Jan. 9, 1897— Feb. 3, 19 19 • 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of W. Duncan Stokes; b. Mount Albert; ed. Scott Tp. p.s.. Mount Albert h.s.; 
University College 1915-16; Knox College; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted in April 1916 with the Signallers, Canadian Engineers, and went 
overseas in September. He reached France in June 1917, joining the ist Divisional 
Signal Company, and served on the Lens front and at the battle of Passchendaele of 
that year. In 1918 he was on the Lens— Arras front, and then took part in the battles 
of Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. till the Armistice. After being in Germany with the 
Army of Occupation he was taken ill with penumonia when on the return journey, and 
died at Huy near Liege. Buried at Hu}- Communal Cemetery. 

JOHN HERBERT ADAALS STONEMAN March 29, 1893— Sept. 29, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of the late John Curtis Stoneman; b. Hensall; ed. Hensall P.s., Exeter Cont. 
Sch., Clinton c.i.; Victoria College 1910-13, b.a. (Pol. Sc); College Water-polo team; 
Boxing Champion, 125 lbs.; Law School. 

In 1916 he was appointed to the 220th Battalion, and in March 1917 transferred 
to the 204th Battalion. In order to go overseas he reverted to the rank of Private, and 
was promoted to Sergeant on board ship. In England he transferred to the Machine 
Gun Corps, again reverting and again being promoted to Sergeant. He reverted a 
third time to go to France in August 1917, when he joined the 13th Machine Gun Com- 
pany. After serving through the battle of Passchendaele, he returned early in 1918 to 
England to qualify for a commission. In the summer he joined the 4th Battalion, 
C.M.G.C, at the front. Shortly afterwards he was killed in the battle of Cambrai. About 
midnight he went out on an inspection and was passing on a sunken road when a shell 
burst near by, a fragment of which instantly killed him. Buried at Sains-les-Marquion, 
near Bourlon Wood. 

GEORGE STAGEY STRATFORD March 31, 1892— Nov. 17, 191 7 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the late Joseph Stratford; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford p.ss., and c.i.; 
Applied Science 1911-12, 1913-15; Beta Theta Pi; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.C.l.i., in June 1915, ant! joined the 
battalion ig France in August. After serving through the following months on the 
Somme and Armentieres fronts and in the Salient he was wounded at Sanctuary Wood 



134 U.NIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

in June 19 16. He was in hospital for six months, and on his recovery began to train for 
a commission. He rejoined the battalion in May 1917 and through the summer served 
on the Vimy-Lens-Hill 70 front. After going through the battle of Passchendaele he 
was killed when his battalion was holding the trenches at Meetscheele. Buried at 
Passchendaele. • 

JEFFREY McVICAR STRATHY March 29, 1892— Sept. 14, 1916 
Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals, and Royal Flying Corps. 
Son of R. L. F. Strathy; b. Montreal; ed. Toronto, Welland, Owen Sound, Victoria, 
B.C., P.ss.; Port Arthur p.s. and Ci.; Applied-Science 1909-13, b.a.sC. (Electr. Eng. — 
Hon.); Westinghouse Co., Hamilton; 96th Regt. 

He enlisted in October 19 14 in the 2nd Divisional Signal Company, and went 
overseas in May 1915. Reaching France in September he was attached to the 6th 
Infantry Brigade on the front south of Ypres and in the Salient, and served through the 
battle of St. Eloi. At the beginning of September 19 16 he joined the 70th Squadron, 
of the R. Flying CoVps on probation for a commission as an Observer. Two weeks later 
he was killed in action. He was on a reconnaissance with three other machines in the 
direction of Cambrai, and as they were returning they were attacked by a number of 
German planes. Shortly afterwards his machine was seen to fab in a vertical dive over 
the enemy's lines, one of the wings breaking. 

EDMUND ROCHFORT STREET May 20, 1876— Oct. 15, 1916 

Major, Sherwood Foresters. 

Son of the late Hon. W. P. R. Street; b. London, Ont.; ed. Upper Canada College; 
University College 1894-95; Kappa Alpha; loth Regt., Lieut.; 2nd Hampshire Regt., 
Lieut., South Africa 1901-02; Captain 1902-06; Ontario Agricultural College. 

In 1914 he rejoined the Imperial Army, being appointed to the 2nd Sherwood 
Foresters, and reached the front in January 1915. He was awarded the d.s.o. for his 
conspicuous good work under heavy fire from May 13th to i6th near Le Touquet and 
for going down a gassed mine to assist in the rescue of entombed men. In the battle 
of the Somme he was mortally wounded near Meaulte while standing on the trench 
parapet to encourage the men in going over the top In an early morning attack. Buried 
at Grovetown British Cemetery. 

FREDERIC GUSTAVUS STUPART March 13, 1896— Oct. 22, 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Sir Frederic Stupart; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College; Forestry 
1914-15; I2th Regt., Lieut. 

In the summer of 1915 he was appointed to the 8ist Battalion and went overseas 
in April 1916. He joined the 75th Battalion at the Somme front in September. 
When Regina trench had been taken on October 21st, he was bringing up an ammunition 
party to the captured position. As he was leading them through a heavy barrage he 
was severely wounded by a high explosive shell but called on his men to go on and leave 
him. He was taken back by a party of German prisoners to a collecting station and 
from there sent to hospital at Contay, where he died early the next morning. Buried at 
Contay. 

CHARLES ELLIOTT SUTCLIFFE May 7, 1892— June 6, 1917 

Major, Seventy-seventh Battalion and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Frederick William Sutcliffe; b. Brampton; ed. Lindsay P.s. and^c.i.; Uni- 
versity College 1909-11; In business, firm of J. Sutcliffe & Sons; 45th Regt., Capt. 



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He was appointed in July 19 15 as Captain in the 77th Battalion, in which he was 
later promoted Major, and went overseas in June 1916. After service in France with the 
26th, New Brunswick, Battalion, he was seconded to the R. Flying Corps, and returned 
to the front line before Cambrai in April 1917 as Scout Pilot. He served with the 54th 
squadron in the Cambrai area, and brought down several enemy machines. On June 
6th he went out with twenty-three others, and when they were a considerable distance 
over the German lines they were met by forty enemy planes. During the engagement 
he went to the assistance of another who had become separated from the rest. Driven 
miles from his squadron he fought three enemy planes till he was finally shot down. He 
brought his machine to land and set it on fire before he succumbed. Buried at Epinoy, 
near Cambrai. 

\VILLL\M ALEXANDER DENISON SUTTER BY Feb. 19, 1879— Oct. 29, 1917 

Private, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of William John Sutterby; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton, Hess Street P.S., and 
C.I.; Victoria College 1915- 16; Year Secretary; c.o.T.C. 

He enlisted in March 1916 in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., on 
its formation ,and went overseas in July. In England he was employed as Instructor 
with the rank of Corporal, and w'as recommended for a commission but declined. 
Reverting in rank he went to France at the end of August 1917 and joined the ist 
Canadian Motor Machine Gun Brigade. In the battle of Passchendaele the members 
of his unit were dismounted, and placed in the front line. When serving here he was 
struck on the forehead by a piece of shrapnel and almost instantly killed. 

AYSCEAU FRANCIS ROBERT WILLIAM SWINNERTON Oct. 10, 1892— 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. [March I, 1917 

Son of Robert William Swinnerton; b. Hyderabad, India; ed. Vale College, 

Ramsgate, and Dean Close School, Cheltenham, Eng.; Applied Science 1912-14; 2nd 

Regt., Lieut. 

He volunteered for service in 1914, but owing to defective eyesight was not then 
accepted. For several months he was employed on the Toronto Island Guard. Early 
in 1916 he was appointed to the i66th, Queen's Own, Battalion, and went overseas in 
October. After serving at .Shorncliffe as Instructor in Bayonet Fighting, he went to 
France in December and joined the 75th Battalion. In the attack at V'imy Ridge 
on March ist, 1917, he reached his objective and was placing a machine gun in position, 
when he was shot by a sniper. Believed to have been buried where he fell. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM TANNER ^Dec. 15, 1876— June 4, 1916 

Lieut. -Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Robert J. Tanner; b. Watford; ed. Victoria P.s., Ottawa; Medicine 
1895-99, M.B.; Engaged in Railway medical work, and practising at Moosomin, Sask.; 
i6th Light Horse, Lieut.; md. Flora Blanche Richmond. 

In the autumn of 19 14 he acted as Recruiting Officer in the Moosomin district, and 
in January 1915 was appointed Medical Officer to the loth c.M.R. He took command 
of the Hospital unit at Camp Hughes with the rank of Captain in July, and in August 
became a.d.m.s. of Military District No. 10. In February 1916 he was promoted Lieut. - 
Colonel and appointed to the command of No. 10 Canadian Field Ambulance. He 
reached France in April and served on the Third Division front in the Salient. During 
the battle of Sanctuary Wood he was severely wounded when at the advanced dressing 
station in the court yard of the Sacre Canir Hospital at Ypres. He still personally 
directed the moving of all the wounded to a place of safety. Only when this work was 
completed would he allow himself to be taken back to No. 10 c.c.s. Here he underwent 
an operation, but succumled to his injuries two days later. Buried at Lyssenthoek. 



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ALFRED LIVINGSTONE TAYLOR Dec. 9, 1893— Aug. 28, 1918 

Corporal, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of Wilson Taylor, b.a.; b. Chatham; ed. Chatham, Payne p.s., Central P.S., 
and C.I.; Victoria College 1912-16, B.A. (Eng. & Hist. — CI.); C.O.T.C 

He enlisted in February 1916 in the 182nd Battalion, and shortly before going over- 
seas transferred as a Signaller to the ii6th. He reached France in March 1917 and 
served through the battles of Vimy and Hill 70 in that year. During the winter he was 
the representative of his battalion in the University of Vimy Ridge, and through his 
service he, in the absence of a Chaplain or y.m.c.a. worker, often performed their duties 
among his comrades. After going through the battle of Amiens he fell on the second 
day of the advance from before Arras, being killed by shrapnel while holding a post at 
his battalion's final objective near Monchy. He was the second son of his parents to 
give his life, his brother Ross, also of this University, having.been killed early in 1916. 

FREDERICK IVANHOE TAYLOR April 21, 1891— Sept. 15, 1916 
Lance-Corporal, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 
Son of the Rev. E. B. Taylor; b. Walsall, Eng.; ed. St. Matthew's Church 

School, Queen Mary's Grammar School, Walsall; Trinity College 1913-15; Preparing 

for the Ministry; Toronto 'Mail and Empire' staff; C.O.T.C 

He enlisted in August 1915 in the 3rd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and joined 

the battaliou'-in France in November. He served on the Armentieres — Ypres front, and 

was wounded on June 2nd at the battle of Sanctuary Wood. At Courcelette he was 

instantly killed at the beginning of the advance. 

GEOFFREY BARRON TAYLOR Feb. 4, 1890— April 24, 1915 

Lieutenant, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of W. J. M. Taylor; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Harbord Street c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1910-13; Second Rugby colours 1910, First Rugby colours 
1911; Trinity College, Oxford, 1913-14; Stroke, Argonauts Rowing Eight, Henley, 
1913; Oxford Trial Rowing Eights. 

He joined the 15th Battalion on its arrival in England in the autumn of 1914, and 
went with it to France in February 1915. In the battle of St. Julien he was reported as 
missing and believed to have died from gas poisoning. He was last seen making his 
way to a deserted farm house a short distance back from the trenches. 

JOHN SANFORD TAYLOR June 8, 1893— Sept. 26, 19 16 

Private, Borden Armoured Battery. 

Son of the late Mr. Justice George L. Taylor; b. Bothwell; ed. Bothwell p.s.. White- 
house P.S., St. Andrew's College; Applied Science 1910-14, b.a.sc. (Min. Eng.); Mining 
Engineer at Porcupine. 

He enlisted in January 1915 in the Borden Motor Battery, and went overseas in 
May. In March 1916 he was accidentally injured by the explosion of a shell casing. 
He fell at Courcelette, being struck in the head by a shell fragment, as he was serving a 
gun which he had volunteered to take after it had been sighted by the enemy. Buried 
at point R. 29, c. 6.7. near Courcelette. He had been recommended for a commission 
shortly before his death. 

IVIERRILL SAMUEL TAYLOR April 15, 1893— July 7, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Samuel Taylor; b. Singhampton; ed. Singhampton P.s., Yellow Grass, 
Sask., p.s. and H.s., Regina c.i.; Applied Science 1912-16; Faculty Rugby teams; 
Second Rugby, and First Association colours; c.o.t.c. 



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In April 19 16 he enlisted in the University of Toronto Overseas Training Company, 
and in February 1917 joined the R. Naval Air Service, in which he was appointed Flight 
Sub-Lieutenant in August. He served in the 9th Naval Squadron (later 209th, r.a.f.) 
in the Dunkerque area from September 1917 to February 1918, and then on the Amiens 
front. He was leading his patrol on its return from a trip over the lines, when it was 
attacked by a number of German planes. They fought back to the British front line 
and he had brought down an enemy machine, when his own plane was struck and shot 
down. Buried near the place where he fell at Corbie, east of Amiens. Just at the time 
of his death the award of the French Croix de Guerre for his service was announced. 

ROBERT EDWARD TAYLOR March 16, 1890— Sept. 17, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of W. J. Taylor; b. North Ridge, Esse.x Cy. ; ed. North Ridge P.S., Essex H.s.; 
Applied Science 19 13- 16; c.o.t.c. 

He joined the R. Flying Corps in November 1916, and on completing his training 
was employed for a time in the Home Defence at London. In July 1917 he joined the 
41st Squadron, 13th Wing, in France. On the morning of September 17th when flying 
over the lines seven miles east of Arras, his formation encountered three enemy machines 
of the German 'Circus'. He immediately attacked, and in the fight the enemy's leader 
shot his machine down out of control within the German lines. 

ROSS MALCOLM TAYLOR Dec. 29, 1895— Jan. 8, 19 16 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Wilson Taylor, b.a.; b. Chatham; ed. Chatham, Central p.s., and c.i.; 
Victoria College 1912-14; C.O.T.C. 

In January 1915 he enlisted in the 4th Brigade Ammunition Column, c.f.a., and 
went overseas in May. Reaching France in September with the 2nd Division, he 
served through the following months on the front south of Ypres. On January ist, 
19 16, he was transferred to the 13th Battery, and a week later he was killed by a shell 
when on duty for the first time in the front line observation post. Buried at Ridgewood. 
He was one of the first members of his College to enlist for service and was the first to 
fall. 

CHARLES EVERETT THOMPSON May 14, 1894— Feb. 3, 1917 " 

Lieutenant, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Principal R. A. Thompson; b. Hamilton; ed. Hamilton p.s. and 
CI.; Medicine 1912-16, m.b.; c.o.t.c. 

On graduating after a special session in Medicine at the end of 19 16 he was appointed 
to the C.A.M.C. After a brief service, he died of pneumonia at the Military Base Hos- 
pital, Toronto. Buried at Hamilton. 

HENRY PURDOM THOMPSON —Nov. 2, 1918. 

Captain, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of M. N. Thompson; b. Belleville; ed. Upper Canada College; R. College 
Dental Surgeons, 1890-94, d.d.s.; Practising in the West. 

He was appointed to the Dental Corps in May 1915, and went to France in August. 
Here he served with No. 2 and No. 3 Field Ambulances. On returning to England 
served at Shorncliffe Depot, at Lenham Special Hospital, and in the London Area. He 
died in London after a brief illness. 



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HENRY RICHARD THOMSON May 30, 1894— Oct. 25, 1917 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Only son of "George C. Thomson; b. Hamilton; ed. Highfield School, Hamilton; 
Trinity College 1914-15; c.o.t.C. 

He was appointed to the 58th Battalion in June 1915, and reached France in the 
spring of 19 16. He was wounded near Ypres in May and came home on leave. On 
his return he served for a time at Headquarters, Shorncliffe, and then rejoined his 
battalion in June 1917. After serving on the Lens and Passchendaele fronts he was 
ordered to return for duty in England. He was proceeding to the transport line when 
he was wounded in the head by a shell, and died an hour later. Buried at Remy Siding, 
Poperinghe. 

WILLIAM DAVIDSON THOMSON Dec. 5, 1885— Jan. 5, 19 17 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Only son of the late John Thomson; b. North Gower; ed. Salem p.s., Burk's 
Falls P.S., Guelph c.i., Regina c.i. and Normal School; Teaching at Radisson, Sask.; 
University College 1906-10, b.a. (Pol. Sci.); Barrister, firm of McCraney, Mackenzie & 
Hutchinson, Saskatoon; 105th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in October 19 15 to the 53rd Battalion, and went overseas in 
March 1916. In June he joined the p.p.c.l.i. in France, and was with this unit till 
August, when he transferred to the R. Flying Corps as an Observer. During the 
following months he served with the 6th Squadron, 2nd Wing, on the Ypres Front. 
He was killed in action while directing battery fire over 'No Man's Land' before Zillebeke. 
Buried at Lyssenthoek. 

ARNOLD MONROE THURSTON Aug. 9, 1891— June 26, 1916 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of W. H. Thurston; b. Flesherton; ed. Flesherton p.s. and H.s.; Forestry 1912- 
15; Asst. Editor 'Varsity'; 2nd Regt. 

At the end of 1914 he joined the Headquarters (Intelligence and Signalling) of the 
4th Brigade, c.f.a., and went overseas in May 1915. Reaching France with the Second 
Division in September he served on the front south of Ypres till January 1916 when he 
received his commission on the field. He was then appointed to 'v 2' Trench Mortar 
Battery, and served through the battles of St. Eloi in April and Ypres in June. He was 
killed together with his batman in the bay of a trench by a shell as he was returning to 
his observation post after visiting his battery. Buried at Reninghelst. 

JAMES HARVEY TODD June 18, 1883— Oct. 17, 1918 

Major, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Dr. J. A. Todd; b. Georgetown; ed. Wellesley p.s., Harbord Street c.i., 
Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; Medicine 1901-05, m.b.; Practising at Toronto; c.a.m.c, 
M.o. 9th Horse, Capt.; md. Kathelin Shea. 

In September 19 14 he was appointed Medical Officer to the R. Canadian Dragoons 
and served with them till December 191 5. He then was in charge of the X-ray Depart- 
ment in the Duchess of Connaught Red Cross Hospital at Taplow till April 191 6, when 
he became Adjutant and Second in command of the c.a.m.c. Training School. Returning 
to Canada in February 1917, he was appointed Acting d.a.d.m.s. in Military District 
No. 5, Quebec. While serving here he was taken ill with pneumonia and died in a few 
days. Buried at Toronto. 

WILLIAM GORDON TOUGH July 24, 1889— Sept. 16, 1918 
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Only son of Robert J. Tough; b. Pembroke; ed. Queen Victoria P.S., Parkdale CI., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1907- 11, b.a.sc, (Civ. Eng.); Psi Delta Psi; Civil Engineer; 
14th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut. 

He was appointed in the spring of 1916 to the 70th Battery, c.F.A., and went over- 
seas with a draft in October. In February 1917 he proceeded to France, joining the 2nd 
Canadian llea\y Battery at Carency. He was attached to the 3rd Siege Battery for 
the battle of Vimy, and then rejoining his own unit served with it on the Vimy — Lens 
front till October and then through the battle of Passchendaele. After serving through 
the first half of 1918 on the Maroc front he took part in the battle of Arras. In Sept- 
ember his battery relieved an Imperial unit at Villers Cagnicourt. Here he was fatally 
wounded by a shell as he was returning to his battery from the Brigade Headquarters, 
and succumbed to his injuries on the next day. Buried at Aubigny. 

NORMAN EWART TOWERS Oct. 7, 1887— Sept. 20, 1916 

Captain, Royal Canadian Regiment, att. Trench Mortars. 

Son of Thomas Ford Towers; b. Sarnia; ed. Sarnia p.ss. and C.I.; University 
College 1905-08, B.A. (Pol. Sci.); 'Varsity' staff; Zeta Psi; xin Club; Law School; 
LL.B. 191 1 ; Barrister, practising at Port Arthur, firm of Keefer, Keefer & Towers; ist 
Hussars, Lieut. 

Early in 19 15 he was appointed to the 52nd Battalion, and went overseas with a 
draft from that unit in June. He was then appointed to the R. Canadian Regiment 
and proceeded to France with it in September 19 15. He served in command of a platoon 
and as Machine Gun Ofificer through the winter and following spring on the front south of 
Ypres and in the Salient and through the battle of Sanctuary Wood. He was then 
promoted Captain and appointed to the command of the 7th Brigade Light Trench 
Mortars. On the evening of September i6th, while directing the operation of some 
captured trench mortars against the enemy at Courcelette, he was wounded but refused 
to go back. Shortly after he was again and fatally wounded, all the members of his 
crew becoming casualties at the same time. He was taken back to hospital at Rouen, 
and died the day after his arrival there. Buried at St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen. 

JOHN ARCHIBALD TREBILCOCK May 2, 1893— May 21, 1918 

Major, Royal Field Aertillry. 

Son of Joseph Trebilcock; b. East Toronto; ed. E. Toronto P.s. and H.s.; Uni- 
versity College 1910-11, Forestry 1911-15, b.sc.f.; Association Football colours. 

He enlisted in December 1914 with the 4th Brigade Headquarters, C.F.A., and went 
overseas in April 19 15. He then obtained his commission in the R. Field Artillery, and 
went to France in March 1916. He served first with the 8ist, and then from January 
19 1 7 onwards with the 76th Brigade. In the course of this year he was promoted to 
Lieutenant, Captain, and Major. He served first on the Armentieres front, and then at 
the Somme from June 1916 to February 1917. During 1917 he served through the 
battles of Vimy, Messines and Passchendaele. He was awarded the Military Cross for 
his service at Passchendaele in September, when he kept his guns working under heavy 
enemy fire, and put out, at great personal risk, blazing ammunition that had caught fire 
in one of the gun-pits. From November 1917 to April 1918 he served on the Italian 
front. A month after his return to France he was killed in action near .\rras. One of 
his guns had been struck by an enemy shell, which also set on fire the camouflage and hut 
shelter. The position was then heavily bombarded, and part of the ammunition caught 
fire. On being notified he at once went forward to assist the men who had taken shelter 
near the wrecked gun. He was near the entrance when he was severely wounded by the 
explosion of a shell in the heated ammunition, and though taken back at once to the 
dressing station, he died of his injuries shortly afterwards. Buried at Le Bac du Sud. 



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JOHN WILLIAM TRIBBLE Nov. 7, 1894— Oct. 22>, 1917 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of Adam Tribble; b. Shelburne; ed. Honeywood P.s., Meaford H.S.; Vi:toria 
College 1913-16. 

He enlisted in December 1915 with the 4th Divisional Signallers, c.E., and went 
overseas in March 1916. Reverting from Lance- Corporal he went to France in October. 
During the following year he served, being employed on line work, through the battle- 
of Vimy and the following engagements, and at Hill 70. He was fatally wounded near 
Potje in the battle of Passchendaele. Being at a station near Headquarters he was 
repairing the line, which had been broken in several places, when he was severely injured 
by a shell fragment. Shortly afterwards he died of his wounds in a Casualty Clearing 
Station. Buried at Poperinghe. 

BERNARD FREEMAN TROTTER June 16, 1890— May 7, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Leicestershire Regiment. 

Son of the late Rev. Professor Thomas Trotter; b. Toronto; ed. Wolfville, N.s., 
Woodstock College; McMaster University, B.A. 1915; University of Toronto, M.A. 
course, 1915-16; c.o.x.c. 

He went overseas in the spring of 1916 with a draft of c.o.x.c. candidates for 
Imperial commissions. Being appointed to the nth Pioneer Battalion of the Leicester- 
shire Regiment, he went to France at the end of the year. After a brief service at the 
front he was instantly killed when working with the battalion transport on the night 
of May 7th, 1917. Buried at Mazingarbe. A selection of his poems has been published 
entitled "A Canadian Twilight and other Poems of War and of Peace", including one 
"Ici Repose", written at the front shortly before his death. 

REGINALD DAVID TURNBULL Jan. 23, 1890— April 9, 1917 

Sergeant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of William A, Turnbull; b. Farquhar; ed. Ashborne Tp. p.s., St. Mary's C.I.; 
University College 1909-13, B.A. (Philos.); Y.M.C.A.; Knox College; College Travelling 
Fellowship; Preparing for Presbyterian Ministry, in charge of Crowland and Port 
Robinson churches; md. Maude M. Ralph. 

He enlisted in February 1916, with a number of other Knox College men, in the 
43rd Howitzer Battery, and reached France in July. He served first in the area near 
Ypres, and then at the Somme and on the Vimy front. On the first day of the battle 
of Vimy Ridge he was in charge of his gun, which had succeeded in putting most of an 
enemy battery out of action. He went to the next gun-pit to give the information, and 
had just returned, when he was instantly killed by a splinter from an enemy shell that 
exploded in front of his gun. Buried at Villers-au-Bois. He had often performed a 
Chaplain's duty for his comrades in the battery. 

ELFRIC ASHBY TWIDALE June 11, 1892— April 22, 1917 

Captain, Royal Field Artillery and Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Ashby P. Twidale; b. High Rock, Que.; ed. Ottawa p.s., Niagara Falls p.s. 
and C.I.; Applied Science 1910-14, B.A.sc. (Chem. Eng.); Track team colours; Second 
Basket-ball colours; Faculty Basket-ball team; Secty.-Treasurer, Tennis Club; 44th 
Regt., Sergt. 

He did duty with the Welland Canal Guard from August 1914 to February 1915, 
when he joined the Eaton Machine Gun Battery. He served as Signalling Sergeant in 
this unit, and was promoted to Sergeant-Major in England. He then obtained his 
commission in the R.F.A. in November 1915, being appointed to 'c' Battery 64th 



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Brigade, and reaching France the following April. He served in 1916 on the front from 
Wailly to the Hohenzollern Redoubt, and at the Somme in the Montauban-Longueval 
and Auchonvillers-Ovillers areas. In January 1917 he was seconded to the R. Flying 
Corps, and attached to No. 16 Kite Balloon Section on the Arras front. He was 
killed near Ficheux when he was forced to jump from his balloon which had been 
fired by the enemy, his parachute failing to_ work. Buried at Bucqqoy Road Cemetery, 
near Boisleux-au-Mont. 

WILLLAM FRANCIS TWOHEY June i, 1896— July 3, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Only son of Principal W. J. Twohey; b. Chatham; ed. Chatham s.s. and C.I.; 
University College 1914-16; Staff 'Chatham News'; c.o.T.C; 30th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

He enlisted in the c.a.s.c, Mechanical Transport, in August 19 16, and served at 
Camp Borden till the end of October. After taking an officer's course in Artillery at 
Kingston, he joined the R. Naval Air Service in November and went overseas shortly 
afterwards. On completing a course at Greenwich he went to Vendome in France for 
further training. In June 1918 he returned to England. A month later he was fatally 
injured when flying a long distance bombing machine at Cranwell, and died on the next 
day. Buried at Cranwell. 

KENNETH MARSDEN VAN ALLEN March 7, 1889— May 4, 19 16 

Flight Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of the late Edmund Walker Head van Allen; b. Winnipeg; ed. Lakefield 
Preparatory School, Trinity College School; Applied Science 1906-11, b.a.sc. (Mech. 
Eng.); Second Rugby team; Faculty Rugby team; Zeta Psi; Electrical Engineer. 

He joined the R. Naval Air Service in May 1915, and was first employed on patrol 
at Dover. On April 26th, 1916, he went to Coudekerke on the Belgian frontier. A few 
days later he was shot down at Middelkerke after a bombing expedition against Ostend, 
and died on the same day. Buried at Wenduyne, Belgium. 

GEORGE EDWARD VANSITTART Oct. 7, 1884— May 14, 19 16 

Major Canadian Field Artillery. 

Only son of the late John Pennefather Vansittart; b. Mussoorie, India; ed. Upper 
Canada College; Royal Military College; Applied Science 1904-05; Alpha Delta Phi; 
McGill University; Manager, Crane Falls Power and Irrigation Co., Boise, Idaho. 

On the outbreak of war he returned to Canada and was appointed to the 13th 
Battery, 4th Brigade, c.f.a., in which he was promoted to Major and Commanding 
Officer before going overseas. He reached France in the autumn of 19 15 and served 
on the front south of Ypres and in the Salient. He was wounded by an enemy shell 
while his battery was in action near Dickebusch, and died three hours later. Buried 
at Lyssenthoek. After his death his name was gazetted as Mentioned in Despatches 
of April 191 6. 

THOMAS NEWELL VICKERS April 19, 1890— April 9, 1917 

Lieutenant, Seventy-eighth Battalion. 

Son of Henry V'ickers; b. Renwick; cd. Romney p.s., Leamington H.s.; Applied 
Science 1908-11, Diploma (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); Provincial Engineer and Surveyor, 
Battleford District, Sask.; 22nd Light Horse, Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 195th Battalion in February 1916, and went overseas in 
October. At the end of November he joined the 78th Battalion at the front. In the 
attack on Vimy Ridge his company had advanced about eight hundred yards, and 



142 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

waited behind a group of mine craters till the barrage should move forward. Im- 
mediately after the advance was resumed he was severely wounded. Though his 
batman, who was later killed in action, made an effort to bring him back to the aid-post, 
he died after going only a short distance. Buried at Givenchy-en-Gohelle. 

STANLEY MAXWELL VOGAN Oct. 25, 1 891— Nov. 18, 19 16 

Private, Seventy- fifth Battalion. 

Son of the late Henry Vogan; b. Woodstock; ed. Woodstock p.s. and C. I.; College 
of Pharmacy, phm.b. 1914; Druggist at Woodstock; 22nd Regt., Lieut. 

He was attached as supernumerary Lieutenant to the 71st Battalion in September 

1915. In order to go overseas with his unit he reverted to the rank of Private in April 

1916. He was then transferred to the Bearer Section of the 75th Battalion, and in 
September went to France where he served on the Somme front. On the afternoon of 
November iSth he with two others was attending to a wounded man near Regina 
Trench, when an enemy shell exploded instantly killing all four. Buried near the place 
where he fell. 

GEORGE ELMER WAIN June 11, 1895— Nov. 21, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Alexander Wain; b. Allenford; ed. Tara P.s., Harriston H.s., Owen Sound 
C.I.; University College 1913-16; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in April 1916 in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., and 
went overseas with a draft in June. In the summer of 1917 he went to France, joining 
the 5th Divisional Trench Mortar Battery. He served first on the Lens front, and then 
at Passchendaele, where he fell in action. 

JOSEPH TACKABERRY WALKER Sept. 17, 1888— Sept. 20, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifty-eighth Battalion. 

Son of Frederick W. Walker; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Huron street p.s., 
Jarvis Street C.I. , Toronto; Applied Science 1906-08; Architect; G.G. B.C., Lieut. 

He joined the 58th Battalion in September 19 15, and went overseas two months 
later. Reaching France in May 1916, he served through the battle of Ypres in June 
and at the Somme. He was killed in action at Courcelette while leading his men in a 
bombing attack. Buried at Courcelette Cemetery. 

STANLEY ARTHUR WALKER Dec. 19, 1899— Oct. 14, 1916 

Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Rev. George Walker; b. Bolton; ed. Meaford p.s. and H.s., New- 
market C.I.; Medicine 1910-15, m.b.; Faculty Athletic executive; House Surgeon, 
Toronto General Hospital; C.o.T.c. 

On graduating he was appointed to the r.a.m.c. and went overseas in November 
1915. He reached France in March 1916 and joined the ii6th Field Ambulance, from 
which he was sent as Medical Officer to the 6th Cheshire Regiment. He served on the 
Somme front, and was instantly killed at Thiepval as he was attending to the wounded 
under heavy fire in a front line trench. Buried at Thiepval. 

HUGH DOUGLAS MACINTOSH WALLACE July 15, 1894— June 7, 1917 

Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of Peter Wallace; b. Midland; ed. Midland P.s., Blind River p.s. and H.s., St. 
Andrew's College; Applied Science 1910-14, p.a.sc. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.); Engineer, 
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In November 1915 he joined the R. Naval Air Service, and went overseas in 
February 1916. He was posted to No. 3 Wing in France from August 1916 to February 
1917, and then to No. i Squadron, No. 11 Wing. He served for some time on the 
Nancy front, and then in the Nieuport area. On the day of his death he went out alone 
to attack an enemy machine, when his engine choked and he was instantly killed by the 
fall. Buried at Bailleul. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM WALSH Aug. 30, 1894— July 11, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Gloucestershire Regiment. 

Son of Robert William Walsh; b. Hornsey, Eng.; ed. Sevenoaks, Kent, and St. 
Paul's School, London, Eng.; Ontario Agricultural College 1912-16, b.s.a.; c.o.t.c. 

He made several attempts to join the Canadian forces, but was unsuccessful owing 
to defective eyesight. At the end of 1915 he was accepted as a C.O.T.C. candidate for 
an Imperial comimssion, and in March 1916 was appointed to the nth Gloucestershire 
Regiment. He went to France on June 27th, and was attached to the 17th R. Welsh 
Fusiliers. Two weeks later he was wounded in the attack on Mametz Wood on the 
Somme front, and died the next day at No. 36 Clearing Station. Buried at Heilly 
Station Cemetery, near Mericourt-l'Abbe. 

ROYLAND ALLIN WALTER Aug. 26, 1890— Sept. 29, 1918 

Lieutenant, Forty-ninth Battalion. 

Son of William Walter; b. Saltford; ed. Colborne P.s., Goderich c.r. ; Education 
1911-12; University College 1913-15; College y.m.c.a. executive; First Tnack colours; 
Delta LTpsilon; Teaching at Brown p.s., Toronto; 33rd Regt., Lieut. 

At the end of 1915 he was appointed to the i6ist, Huron County, Battalion, and 
went overseas in October 1916. He joined the 49th Battalion at the front in May 1918, 
and served through the battle of Amiens and the advance from before Arras. In the 
attack on Cambrai he was wounded on September 29th and died of his injuries the same 
day. Buried at Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheu.x. After his death it was announced 
that the Military Cross had been awarded to him for his courage and initiative in the 
battle of Arras on August 26th-29th, when he took command of his company at a 
critical moment after his superior officers had become casualties. When the company 
was held up by artillery and machine gun fire he reconnoitred the ground and brought 
it into a position from which it was able to advance. 

HENRY GLASSFORD WARD' May 27, 1895— July 24, 1918 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Only son of the late Henry Ward; b. Guelph; ed. Rose Avenue, New Beach, Duke 
Street, Church Street P.ss., Toronto; Riverdale c.i.. Technical 11. s., Toronto; Applied 
Science 1915-16; c.o.t.c. 

At the end of his first term he enlisted with the 3rd Divisional Signallers, Canadian 
Engineers, and went overseas in March 19 16. He joined the 4th Divisional Signal 
Company at the front in August 1916. He served on the Somme and Vimy fronts, and 
then was invalided and returned to Canada in October 191 7. After some months of 
illness he died at his home of tubercular meningitis. Buried at Toronto. 

IVAN JOHN WARREN April 23, 1891— March 8, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Gloucestershire Regiment. 

Son of Thomas H. Warren; b. Guelph; ed. Guelph p.s. and c.i.; College of 
Pharmacy, phm.b. 1912; Druggist, firm of Brown and Beaton, V^ancouver, B.C.; 
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He enlisted in the University Overseas Training Company on its formation in 
April 1916, and went overseas in September. He then received his commission in the 
1st Gloucestershire Regiment in France which he joined on March 8th, 1917. Exactly a 
year later he was wounded in the face while putting up wire entanglements near Furnes, 
and succumbed to his injuries on the same day. Buried at Haringhe Cemetery, Banda- 
ghem. 

CHARLES HAROLD WATSON March 21, 1 891— Aug. 11, 19 18 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of the late George- C. Watson; b. Toronto; ed. Queen Victoria p.s., Parkdale 
C.I., Toronto; University College 1907-09, 1910-12, B.A. (Pol. Sci.); Law School; 
Barrister, firm of C. and H. D. Gamble, Toronto; 14th Bty., C.f.a., Lieut.; md. Gladys 
Lewis. 

He was appointed to the 69th Battery, c.f.a., in the spring of 1916, and went over- 
seas with a draft in November. In August 1917 he joined the 13th Battery at the 
front, and served through the battle of Passchendaele, and then on the Lens — Arras 
front. In the opening days of the battle of Amiens he was in charge of the section of 
his battery that was in close support to the advancing Infantry. As they were firing in 
response to an s.o.s. call from the Infantry, his own guns being under heavy fire, he was 
instantly killed by a shell. Buried at Rosieres. On the day before his death he had 
been recommended for the Military Cross for his service on the first day of the battle of 
Amiens. 

HUGH JARMAN WATSON Aug. 2, 1896— Nov. 29, 1917 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-twenty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of William G. Watson; b. Toronto; ed. Winchester and Dewson Street p.ss., 
Parkdale C.I., Toronto, University of Toronto Schools; Victoria College 1912-15; Theta 
Delta Chi; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

In December 1915 he was appointed to the 124th Battalion, and went overseas in 
August 1916. He went to France in March 1917. A month later he was severely 
wounded on April 13th when his unit was employed in consolidating a position won in 
the attack on Vimy Ridge. After several months of suffering he died at the Empire 
Hospital, London. Buried at Toronto. 

WILLIAM OGILVIE WATSON 1878— April 20, 1918 

Sergeant, Seventh Infantry, American Expeditionary Force. 

Son of the late John Watson; ed. Upper Canada College; University College 
1896-97. 

He enlisted in November 1917 at Fort McDowell, California, with the 13th 
Infantry of the American Expeditionary Force, and was later transferred to 'f' Coy., 
7th Infantry, a.e.f. He died of valvular heart disease at the port of embarkation, 
Hoboken, n.j. 

ROBERT EDWARD WATTS Oct. 22, 1890— June 9, 1916 

Lieutenant, Eighty-fourth Battalion. 

Only son of Arthur Edward Watts, K.c; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford P.s. and c.i.; 
Applied Science 1909-13, b.a.sc. (Mech. Eng.); Engineer, Welland Canal; Can. Engrs. 

In the summer of 19 15 he was appointed to the 84th Battalion, and trained at 
Niagara Camp, and then at Toronto. Shortly before his battalion was to go overseas 
he died of scarlet fever. Buried at Farringdon Cemetery, Brantford Tp. 



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WILFRED JOHN WATTS Nov. 23, 1892— Oct. 21, 1918 

Captain, Royal Warwickshire Regiment and Royal Air Force. 

Son of George W. Watts; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Trinity College School; 
Royal Military College; Applied Science 1910-11; University College 1911-15, b..\.; 
Chi Delta Psi (Psi Upsilon); 38th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 4th Battalion, c.e.f., in August 19 14, but on reaching 
England he transferred to the R. Warwickshire Regiment, and in July left for Gallipoli 
in command of a reinforcing draft to the 9th Battalion of the Regiment. Here he 
served as Company commander at Anzac, Suvla and Helles. His battalion was part 
of the 13th Division that covered the withdrawal from Suvla Bay, and then from Cape 
Helles. At the latter place he was severely wounded on January 3rd, 19 16. Returning 
home on leave, he transferred in June to the 215th Battalion, c.e.f., with which he went 
overseas again in April 1917. He served in the 2nd Canadian Reserve Battalion till 
November. He was then seconded to the R. Flying Corps and appointed Adjutant to 
the 8oth Squadron, 42nd Wing, in Texas. His squadron W'as later transferred to the 
44th Wing at Camp Borden. When serving here he died after a brief illness, and was 
buried at Toronto. 

JAiMES SYMINGTON WEAR Aug. 14, 1890— Sept. 15, 1916 

Captain, Twentieth Battalion. 

Son of Thomas J. Wear; b. Windsor; ed. Windsor p.ss. and c.i., Detroit Central 
H.S.; Methodist Probationer, Lynn Valley, B.C.; Albert College, Belleville; Victoria 
College 1913-15; C.O.T.C.; 21st Regt., Capt. 

He was appointed, as Lieutenant, to the 99th Battalion at the end of 1915, and 
promoted to Captain before he went overseas in June 1916. He was Intelligence 
Officer for the 6th Reserve Brigade in England during July. On August 2nd, reverting 
to Lieutenant, he joined the 20th Battalion on the Belgian front. A few weeks later he 
fell at Courcelette. He had captured fifteen prisoners and was holding the position 
that he had gained and awaiting a counter-attack, when he was instantly killed by a 
shell fragment. Buried where he fell. He was Mentioned in Despatches about the 
time of his death. 

EDWARD ALFRED WEBB March 28, 1896— April 17, 1916 

Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of Edward H. Webb; b. Brighton, Eng. ; ed. East Missouri Tp. p.s. ,St. Mary's 
C.I.; Victoria College 1915; College field-day champion. 

Shortly after entering College he enlisted in the 4th ITniversities Company, P.P.C.L.I., 
and went overseas in November 1915. Me joined the battalion in France in February 
1916. He was wounded by a shell near Ypres on April 14th, and succumbed to his 
injuries three days later. Buried at Lyssenthoek. 

GEORGE ROY WEBER Nov. 20, 1891— July 23, 1917 

Lieutenant, One-hundred-and-sixteenth Battalion. 

Son of Joseph E. Weber; b. London; ed. London p.s., Hamilton p.s. and c.i.; 
Boys' Secretary y.m.c.a., Niagara F"alls; Victoria College 1911-16, B..\. (Math, and 
Phys.); C.O.T.C; 91st Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 120th Battalion in August 1915, and was promoted to 
Captain before going overseas. Reverting to Licuten'ant he joined the i i6th Battalion on 
the Vimy front in May 1917. On July 23rd he was missing near Avion. After a raid 
two outposts had been left behind with orders to hold the position if possible. He went 
out u illi one of two half-platoons to relieve them, anil both parties were broken up wlicn 
an enemy counter-attack began. 
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DOUGLAS WEIR July 30, 1884— Nov. 12, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Forestry Corps. 

Son of Robert Stanley Weir, K.c, d.c.l.; b. Montreal; Ontario Agricultural 
College 1902-06, B.S.A.; McGill University, m.sc; Staff in Bacteriology, Macdonald 
College, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, p.q.; md. Wilmot Gow. 

In IVIay 1915 he was appointed Instructor in the Army Service Corps at Quebec, 
and in June 19 16 he was promoted Captain and attached to the 4th Divisional Training 
Corps, with which he went overseas. He was then appointed to the Canadian Forestry 
Corps, as Chief Forester, serving with Headquarters in London. For a short time before 
his death he was attached to the Transport Service in Scotland. He died on November 
I2th, 1918, at Edinburgh, of pneumonia following influenza. Buried at Comely Bank 
Cemetery, Edinburgh. 

GERALD EDWIN W'ELLS Oct. 4, 1892— Oct. 25, 1916 

Lieutenant, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of Richard James W'ells; b. Harriston; ed. Harriston p.s. and Mount Forest 
H.S., Western Canada College; University College 19 10- 16, B.A. ; Glee Club executive; 
105th Regt. 

He was appointed in April 19 16 to the 65th Battalion, and went overseas in June. 
He then transferred to the 46th Battalion, with which he went to France at the end of 
August 1916, and served first on the Wytschaete front and then on the Somme. The 
night before his death he had been in charge of a party laying out a trench close to the 
enemy's line at Regina Trench, prior to an attack by the next battalion. The following 
morning he led another party detailed to secure the position. Both these tasks he 
carried out with success under difficult and dangerous conditions. When the attack 
on the left failed he took part of his company to occupy a position against a possible 
counter-attack. Later in the afternoon he was instantly killed by a stray shell while 
standing in the trench. Buried near the place where he fell. 

RANDOLF HADDEN ARNOLD WEST July 5, 1893— March 24, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of D:. Stephen West; b. Angus; ed. Angus p.s., Barrie c.i.; Education 1912- 
13; Teaching at Napanee C.I., and Shirley Street P.S., Toronto; 35th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in December 19 15 to the 157th Battalion, and went overseas 
in October 1916. A year later he went to France, joining the Borden Motor Machine 
Gun Battery. He was instantly killed in the March Retreat of 1918, being shot through 
the head by a sniper when his battery was in action at Clery, north-west of Peronne. 

GEORGE ALFRED WHATELY March 8, 1894— May 10, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of John Whately; b. Thornbury; ed. Thornbury p.s. and Contn. .School; 
Harbord Street C.I., Toronto; Applied Science 1913-16; c.o.t.c. 

He joined the R. Flying Corps in July 1917, and received his commission at the 
end of October shortly before going overseas. He went to France the following March, 
joining the 8oth Squadron, and served partly on the front north of Armentieres to 
Yprcs, partly on the Somme. After two months' service he was missing when flying 
behind the German lines. Many months later it was reported that he had been shot 
down near Villers Bretonneux, and had been buried at Chipilly east of Corbie. 

CHARLES HERBERT WHEELOCK Sept. 5, 1892— March 19, 1918 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of C. R, Wheelock; b. Orangeville; ed. Orangeville P.s. and H.s.; Applied 
Science 191 1- 15; c.f..\. 



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He enlisted in April 19 15 in the 14th Battery, 4th Brigade, c.f.a., and went over- 
seas in May. He was made Bombardier on going to France in September. He served 
with the Artillery on the Ploegsteert — Armentieres front, through the battles of St. 
Eloi, Ypres and the Somme, and then before Vimy. During the summer of 1917 he 
trained for the R. Flying Corps, and received his commission in October. He was 
appointed to the 63rd Squadron, and employed in the London defences. On the day 
of his death he was practising climbing turns, when his machine fell out of control into 
the Thames. Buried at Dartford, Kent. 

WILLIAM KENNETH WHITE Oct. 23, 1897— Oct i, 1916 

Private, Thirty-first Battalion. 

Son of Nathaniel White; b. Spencerville; ed. Roebuck p.s., Spencerville P.s.; 
Victoria College 1914-15; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted in November 19 15 in the 59th Battalion, and went overseas in April 
1916. In August he joined the 31st Battalion at the front, and served through the 
attack on Courcelette. Ten days later, as his unit was moving up to the trench line, 
the enemy opened fire on the valley where the men were resting. He was severely 
wounded by a shell, and a few days later succumbed to his injuries in hospital at 
Boulogne, where he was buried. 

JAMES LEROY WHITSIDE —Nov. 11, 1916 

Lieutenant, Forty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of W. H. Whitside; Applied Science 1907-10, b.a.sc. 1912 (Civ. Eng.); 2nd Ed. 
Tp., C.E., Lieut. 

He was first employed in instruction on entrenching and pontoon work at Camp 
Sewell, Man., and was offered the appointment of Second in command of the School. 
Declining this he went overseas in January 1916. In England he was on the Divisional 
Staff, and acted as Instructor in trench building. He went with the 46th Battalion to 
France in August, and served first on the Ypres front and then at the Somme. He was 
chosen to lead a night attack on a position of the enemy's trench which had withstood 
five previous assaults. The attack was successful and secured valuable results. Just 
as he reached the trench he was severely wounded by a shell. He was carried back by 
prisoners to a dressing station, and sent on to hospital at Contay, where he died that 
afternoon. Buried at Contay. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR WILCOX April 4, 1893— May 20, 1915 

Private, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of William James Wilcox; b. Virden, Man.; eel. Salmon Arm, B.C., P.S.; 
Okanagan College, Summerland, n.c; Columbian College 1912-14; Victoria College; 
102nd Regt. 

He enlisted in the 30th Battalion in November 19 14 and went overseas in February 
1915. He joined the 15th Battalion in France early in May, and a few days later was 
killed in action on the night of May 20th at Festubert. Buried where he fell near La 
Quin(iue Rue. 

MAURICE FISKEN WILKES Dec. i, 1891— Sept. 15, 1916 

Lieutenant, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of George Wilkes; b. Brantford; ed. Brantford p.s. and c.i., Trinity College 
School; University College 1909-13, n..\. (Pol. Sci); Law School; 2nd Regt. 

He enlisted in October 1914 in the 19th Battalion, and went overseas in May 1915. 
Reaching France in September he served during the winter on the Ploegsteert — Messines 
front, and through the battle of St. Eloi in .April 1916. lie then reUirncd to England to 



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train for a commission, and was appointed to his own battalion which he rejoined at the 
front shortly before it reached the Somme. He fell at Courcelette, being shot through 
the heart when leading his platoon in the advance, just as it reached its objective. 

REGINALD PRIXSEP WILKINS Aug. 7, 1892— Sept. 27, 1918 

Lieutenant, Forty-fourth Battalion. 

Son of E. D. R. Wilkins; b. Calgary; ed. Wetaskiwin, Alta., P.s. and H.s., 'West- 
ward Ho' College, Edmonton; Trinity College 1910-11, 1912-15, b.a.; 'Trinity Review' 
staff; College Athletic executive; College Football team; Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
C.O.T.C.; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in December 19 15 to the 120th Battalion, and went overseas in 
August 1916. During 1917 he was with the 134th Battalion, 5th Division, in England. 
In March 1918 he joined the 44th Battalion in France on the Lens — Arras front. He 
was again in England taking a course, when his College friend G. M. Matheson, who had 
been with him in the same units throughout, was killed at Amiens. A few days after 
his return to France he himself fell in action. His battalion held a position between 
Inchy and Moeuvres in the advance on Cambrai. In the early morning of September 
27th his company began to advance and he was instantly killed by a shell just after 
leaving the trench. 

HAROLD REID WILKINSON Nov. 8, 1893— Sept 10, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of the Rev. F. Wilkinson; b. Toronto; ed. Dartmouth, n.s., p.s.. Model School 
and Jarvis Street C.I., Toronto; University College 1910-13; Northern Electric Co. 

He enlisted in the Eaton Machine Gun Battery early in 1915, and went overseas 
in June. He reached France in February 19 16, and served in the Motor Machine Gun 
Battery with the Third Division on the Ypres and Somme fronts till October, being 
promoted to Sergeant while with this unit. He then obtained his commission in the R. 
Flying Corps, and served as Observer on the Ypres — -Messines front. When taking 
photographs over the lines on May 8th, 1917, prior to the attack on Messines Ridge, he 
was wounded in the head by a machine gun bullet. Some months later he died from his 
injuries in hospital at London. Buried at Toronto. 

WILLIAM HARTLEY WILLARD Oct. 6, 1894— Sept. 15, 1916 

Lieutenant, Eighteenth Battalion. 

Son of James C. Willard; b. West Toronto; ed. Annette Street p.s., Humberside 
C. I., Toronto; University College 191 1-15, b.a.; Law School; 12th Regt. 

He was first appointed to the 35th Battalion, from which he transferred to the 83rd 
before going overseas in September 1915. He joined the i8th Battalion at the front in 
1916, and was wounded in July. At Courcelette he was in charge of parties carrying 
ammunition to the front line. The battalion had taken its objective, and he had come 
up to the forward position when he was instantly killed by a shell, the enemy having the 
range of the trenches. 

CHESTER MATTHEW WILLEY July 11, 1897— July 9, 1916 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artiller. 

Son of James Willey; b. Ruthven; ed. Ruthven p.s., Leamington h.s.; Applied 
Science 1914-16; c.o.T.C 

He went overseas in January 1916 with the first draft of C.o.T.C. candidates for 
Imperial commissions. He was appointed to the R. Garrison Artillery and stationed 
at Sheerness. After a brief service he was taken ill and died in hospital at London. 



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GEORGE KNOX WILLIAMS June 9, 1888— June 10, 1916 

Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. 

Son of George E. Williams; b. Toronto; ed. Ryerson p.s. and Technical H.s., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1907-11, B.A.sc. (Mech. Eng. — Hon.); Staff in Applied 
Science 1912-15; C.O.T.C 

He went overseas in September 1915 and joined the R. Naval Air Service. After 
qualifying he went to France on June i, 1916, joining No. 3 Wing. A few days later he 
was instructing a French Officer to operate a scout machine at Luxeuil, when they 
collided with another plane operated by two French airmen, and all four were killed. 
Buried at Luxeuil. 

MARK WEBBER WILLIAMS Oct. 15, 1893— Oct. 30, 1917 ; 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of W. H. Williams; b. Burlington; ed. Nelson, Halton Cy., p.s., Hamilton c.i.; 
LTniversity College 1912-15; 2nd Regt ; c.o.T.C. 

He enlisted in May 1915 in the 2nd Universities Company, p.p.c.l.i., and went 
overseas the next month. In August he joined the battalion in France, and served first 
on the Somme front and then before Armentieres and in the Salient. At the battle of 
Sanctuary Wood he was severely wounded in the arm on June 3rd. After his recovery 
he received his commission in his own battalion, and rejoining it in the spring of 1917 
served on the Vimy — Lens front. He was killed in action at Passchendaele. The first 
line of enemy trenches had been captured, and he was leading his men on to the second 
line when he was hit by a sniper's bullet and died of his injuries an hour later. Buried 
near the place where he fell at Bellevue. 

PHILIP EDWARD WILLIAMS July 9, 1897— Oct. 22, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late A. Roland Williams; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College, St. 
Clement's School, University of Toronto Schools; Applied Science 1914-16; c.o.T.c; 
9th Horse, Lieut. 

In November 19 15 he was appointed to the 124th Battalion, and went overseas in 
August 1916. After his unit had been converted into a Pioneer battalion he went with 
it to France in March 1917, and served at Vimy, on the front south of Lens, and at 
Passchendaele. In December he transferred to the R. Flying Corps, and after com- 
pleting an Observer's course returned to Canada to train as a Pilot. When thus 
employed he was taken ill with pneumonia at Armour Heights and died in hospital a 
few days later. Buried at Toronto. 

RUSSELL WILLIAMS Feb. 26, 1892— May 9, 1917 

Lieutenant, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of Daniel S. Williams; b. Milverton; ed. New Hamburg p.s. and H.s.; Teaching 
at Gait P.s. ; University College 1915-16; c.o.T.c. 

He enlisted in February 19 16 in the iiith Battalion, in which he was promoted to 
Sergeant and then received his commission shortly before going overseas in August. 
He joined the 19th Battalion at the front in October. Two weeks before his death he 
was appointed Adjutant to his battalion. After going through the battle of Vimy 
Ridge he fell a month later, being instantly killed by a shell at Fresnoy in an attack 
on the enemy's trenches. Buried at Mont St. Eloy. 

WILLIAM TAYLOR WILLISON April 2, 1888— Sept. 15, 1916 
Lieutenant, Fifth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 



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Son of Sir John Willison; b. Toronto; ed. Wellesley p.s., Toronto, Upper Canada 
College; University College 1907-08; Kappa Alpha; Journalist, with Toronto 'News', 
Montreal 'Herald', Fort William 'Herald', Regina 'Province'; 2nd Regt., Lieut.; md. 
Marjory Haskins. 

He was appointed in the summer of 1915 to the 74th Battalion, and went overseas 
in March 1916. He went to France in June 1916 with reinforcements to the 5th c.m.r. 
after the battle of Sanctuary Wood. He was killed in action as he was leading his men 
in the advance at Courcelette, being the first of his company to fall. Buried at Cource- 
lette Military Cemetery. 

ARTHUR PATRICK WILSON Oct. 2, 1895— Sept. i, 1918 

Lieutenant, First Battalion. 

Son of Arthur A. Wilson; b. Tilbury; ed. Tilbury p.s. and H.s.; University College 
1912-16, B.A. (Pol. Sci.); Alexander Mackenzie scholarship; 24th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in December 1915 to the 99th Battalion, and went overseas in 
May 1916. In July he joined the ist Battalion at the front. He was wounded on 
September nth at the Somme. For his service on the same day he was awarded the 
Military' Cross, when he commanded his platoon with great coolness and skill through 
a heavy bombardment and forwarded information gained at great personal risk. Though 
temporarily blinded he was with difficulty induced to leave the trench. On recovering 
from his injuries he was with the 4th Reserve Battalion during part of 1917, but returned 
to the front in October. After going through the battle of Amiens, he was severely 
wounded on August 30th in the advance from Arras, when he was struck by a piece of 
shell while leading his men, and was rende'ed unconscious. Two days later he 
succumbed to his injuries in hospital at Rouen, where he was buried at St. Sever 
Cemetery. 

HAROLD MACKENZIE WILSON Oct. 10, 1891— June 9, 1916 

Lieutenant, Fifteenth Battalion. 

Son of Harold Wilson; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Harbord Street C.I., Toronto, 
Bishop Ridley College; University College 1908-09; Zeta Psi; Toronto Cricket team; 
48th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in August 1914 to the 15th Battalion, and reached France early 
in May 1915. He served through the battles of Festubert and Givenchy, and then on 
the Ploegsteert front. On July 30th, 1915, hewas severely wounded near Hill 60, and 
after convalescence came home on leave. Returning to the front in February 1916, 
he was appointed Instructor in a bombing school at La Clytte, near Dickebusch. He 
was then chosen for a position on the Staff of the 6th Brigade. On the day of his 
appointment he was accidentally killed by the explosion of a bomb as he was supervising 
the. work of a class, having volunteered to take the place of another officer who was 
temporarily absent. Buried at Lyssenthoek. 

JARDINE TURNER WILSON Sept. 26, 1897— Nov. 23, 1917 

Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Only surviving son of P. Turner Wilson; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale P.s., Toronto, 
St. Andrew's College; University College 1914-16; Second Rugby colours; Year 
executive; Kappa Alpha; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., on its formation in 
the spring of 1916, and went overseas in October. He crossed to France in March 1917, 
and served with the ist Divisional Ammunition Column till June. After a month with 
the 2nd Battery he was 1 osted as Signaller to the 24th Battery, in which he served till 



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his death. He served through the battle of Vimy and the summer campaign before 
Lens, and fell at Passchendaele. He was on night duty at the telephone in a signal pit, 
when a shell struck the shelter, instantly killing him and his companions. Buried at 
Vlamertinghe. 

MATTHEW MAURICE WILSON Dec. 21, 1896— Oct. 10, 1918 

Lieutenant, Eighteenth Battalion. 

Only son of the late Matthew Wilson, K.c; b. Chatham; ed. Chatham p.s., Bishop 
Ridley College; Trinity College 1914-15; 24th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed as Lieutenant to the i86th, Kent County, Battalion in October 
1915. When the battalion's establishment was reduced before leaving Canada in 
March 1917 he reverted to the rank of Private in order to go with it overseas. In 
England he again obtained his commission, and joined the i8th Battalion in France in 
February 1918. After serving on the Arras front and then through the battles of Amiens, 
Arras and Cambrai, he was fatally wounded when leading his men in the attack on Iwuy, 
and succumbed to his injuries shortly afterwards. Buried at Bucquoy Road Cemetery, 
Ficheux. 

PHILIP HAMILTON WILSON May 27, 1876— Aug. 10, 1918 

Private, Second Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of the late James Wilson; b. Toronto; ed. Toronto p.ss., Toronto Church 
School; Trinity College 1894-95; Clerk; md. Ida Burns. 

He enlisted in the 198th, Canadian Buffs, Battalion in March 1916, and went 
overseas a year later. In March 1918 he joined the 2nd Mounted Rifles at the front. 
After serving on the Arras section, he was killed in action on the third day of the battle 
of Amiens. Buried at Bouchoir. 

WILLIAM ROBERT WILSON Sept. 3, 1893— Oct. 25, 1916 

Lieutenant, Seventy-first Battalion. 

Son of the late Robert Wilson; b. Drumbo; ed. Blenheim p.s., Woodstock c.i., 
Woodstock College; University College 1913-14; Knox College. 

He enlisted in October 1914 in No. 5 Field Ambulance, c.a.m.c, but obtained his 
commission and was appointed to the 71st Battalion before going overseas in April 1916. 
He reached France in August 1916 and served first on the Ypres front and then at the 
Somme. On October 25th he was reported as missing and later as believed to have 
been killed in action on that day. 

WILLIAM TULLY WILSON Sept. 28, 1890— Nov. i, 1917 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Ralph Wilson; b. Hamilton; ed. Brant Tp., Bruce Cy., P.s., Mount Brydges 
P.S., Strathroy c.i.; Farming; Presbyterian Missioner, Chaplin, Alta., 1913; Uni- 
versity College 1914-15; Year executive; Knox College; c.o.t.c. 

He enlisted as Driver in the 25th Battery, 71 h Brigade, c.f.a., and was made 
Bombardier before going overseas in August, and promoted Corporal in October. He 
reached France in January 19 16, and served on the Ypres front and then on the Somme. 
In February 1917 he was recommended for a commission, which, after training in 
England, he received in July. He returned to the front on October 15th, and was 
appointed to the 15th Battery. Two weeks later he fell in action at Passchendaele, 
being instant Iv killed as his battery was answering an s.o.s. call. Buried at Ylamer- 
tinghe. 



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JAMES HENRY WINSLOW Feb. 3, 1890— Nov. 15, 1917 

Bombardier, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of James Winslow; b. London; ed. London P.s. and C.i.; Ontario Agricultural 
College 1910-15, B.s.A. 

He enlisted in April 191 6 in the 56th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in 
September. He then transferred to the 55th Battery, and crossed with it to France in 
August 1917. After two months' service on the Lens front he was wounded on No- 
vember 14th when on duty at an observation post, and died the next day. Buried at 
Aix-Noulette. 

WILLIAM JAMES WITHROW Oct. 28, 1868— May 5, 1917 

Captain, Commanding Canadian Topographical Section. 

Son of the late Rev. Dr. William James Withrow, f.r.s.c. ; b. Hamilton; ed. Model 
School, Jarvis Street C.i., Toronto; Applied Science 1887-90, Diploma (Civ. Eng.); 
Examiner of Patents, Ottawa; Can. Engrs., Lieut.; md. Guinevere McCarthy. 

He was appointed in March 19 15 to the 2nd Canadian Pioneer Battalion, with 
which he reached France in November. In January 1916 he was transferred to a 
Machine Gun Company, and commanded it at St. Eloi, Ypres and the Somme. He was 
appointed in January 191 7 to the command of the Canadian Topographical section, 
which he organised, and he did important service in preparing the plans for the advance 
at Vimy Ridge. Though exhausted by his work he refused to take leave, and accepted 
the position of Quarter-Master to his old battalion. On the first day of his new duties 
as he was returning'from Ordnance stores he fell dead with heart failure. Buried at 
Ecoivres. 

FRANK ABBOTT WOOD Jan. 21, 1895— Jan. 4, 1918 

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 

Son of Frank A. Wood; b. Toronto; ed. King Edward P.s., Toronto, University of 
Toronto Schools; Applied Science 1914-16; Y'ear President; Engineering Society 
executive; President, High School Club, y.m.c.a.; c.o.t.c; g.g.b.g., Lieut. 

He was appointed in 1916 to the 177th, Simcoe County, Battalion, in which he was 
promoted Captain, but reverted in rank on going overseas in April 19 1 7. In England 
he joined the R. Flying Corps, and after completing his training as Pilot he was taking 
a special course in aerial gunnery. As he was flying at East Harling, Norfolk, his 
machine crashed killing him in the fall. Buried at East Harling. 

LOWELL WALLACE WOOD June 5, 1891— Oct. 17, 1918 

Captain, Fourth Battalion. 

Son of the late John Marshall Wood; Adopted son of the late Thomas F. Wallace; 
b. Lloydtown; ed. Woodbridge P.s. and Contn. School; University College 1907-11, 
B.A. (Pol. Sci.); Lacrosse team; College Rugby team; Law School; Barrister, firm of 
Swinburne & Wood, Fort William; 12th Regt., Lieut. 

He first enlisted in 1915 in the 94th Battalion, from which he went to take a qualify- 
ing course for a commission. In May 1916 he was appointed to the 220th, York County, 
Battalion, and went overseas in April 19 17. He reached France a year later, joining 
the 4th Battalion at the front. After serving in the Arras sector, and through the 
battles of Amiens and Arras, he was wounded in the head, back and chest on October 
2nd in the operations before Cambrai. Some days later he died from his injuries in 
hospital at Camiers. Buried at Etaples. 



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NORMAN CLARK WOOD Feb. 22, 1893— Sept. 2, 1918 

Lieutenant, Imperial Tank Corps. 

Son of E. Stuart Wood; b. Kamloops, B.C.; ed. Kamloops p.s. and H.s.; Queen's 
University 1913-14; Applied Science 1914-16; C.O.T.C. 

He went overseas in March 1916 with the second draft of c.o.x.c. candidates for 
Imperial commissions, and was appointed to the Tank Corps, 17th Armoured Car 
Battalion, going to France in the summer of 1917. He was severely wounded at Cambrai 
in November 1917 and invalided till April 1918. In the battle of Amiens his unit was 
among the first to break through the enemy's lines. On September 2nd his battalion 
was working with the Canadian Corps, and his car was in action on the Arras — Cambrai 
road at Monchy when it was struck by a shell and caught fire. He brought his men to 
cover under heavy machine gun fire. As it slackened he was about to leave the trench 
to make an observation, when he was instantly killed by a machine gun bullet. Buried 
at Avesnes-le-Comte. After his death it was announced that the Military Cross had 
been awarded to him for his service on the Villers Breton neux Road, on August 8th, 
when his section led the battalion into the enemy's territory, clearing the way under 
heavy fire. When two cars had their wheels broken, by his courage and skill he suc- 
ceeded in bringing them back to the lines. 

JOHN ROBINSON WOODS March 20, 1892— Oct. 24, 1917 

Captain, Fourth Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Son of Sir James Woods; b. Toronto; ed. Church Street p.s., Toronto, Toronto 
Church School, Upper Canada College; University College 1910-14, b.a. (Com. and 
Fin.); Alpha Delta Phi; xiii Club; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

He was In Europe when the war began, and returning to Canada joined the Queen's 
Own Rifles, with which he trained till he was appointed in May 19 15 to the 35th 
Battalion. Going overseas in October, he joined the 4th Mounted Rifles on the Ypres 
front in June 1916. He served at the Somme and through the battle of Vimy Ridge and 
the following engagements on the Lens front. On the night of October 24th, in the 
battle of Passchendaele, he was instantly killed by a shell which struck the support 
dug-out where he was stationed. Buried at St. Jean Cemetery, near Ypres. 

ROY CECIL W'OODWARD June 7, 1896— Aug. 11, 1918 

Sapper, Canadian Engineers, Signals. 

Son of Hezekiah Woodward; b. Oshawa; ed. Cannington p.s. and H.s.; Medicine 
1915-16; C.O.T.C. 

Before the end of his first year, in February 1916, he enlisted in the Signallers, 
Canadian Engineers. He reached Francp in April 1918, joining the 4th Divisional 
Signal Company. After serving on the Lens — Arras front he was severely wounded on 
August 9th near Denuin Valley in the battle of Amiens. He died two days later in 
hospital at Dury, where he was buried. 

OSMUND BARTLE WORDSWORTH May 17, 1887— April 2, 1917 

Second Lieutenant, Imperial Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of the Rev. Christopher Wordsworth; b. Glaston, Rutland, Eng. ; ed. Langton 
Matravers, Dor^t, and Winchester College; Trinity College, Cambridge, 1906-09, b.a., 
and 1911-13, M.A. 1913; Lecturer, Selwyn College, Cambridge, 1911-14; Staff, Trinity 
College, Toronto, 1914-15; c.o.x.c. 

He returned to England on the 'Lusitania', from which lie was one of the last to 
escape after having given his life-belt to another, lie received his commission in the 
9th Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry in June 1915. Before going to France 



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he transferred to the 21st Machine Gun Company, and reached the Arras front in 
September 1916. He was killed in action at the battle of Arras. Having brought his 
guns into position for assisting the attack on Henin-sur-Cojeul, he saw that the men 
at one of them were in difficulty. Refusing to allow any of those whom he had placed 
in shelter to carry his instructions he started to go himself, and soon after was seen to 
fall shot through the heart. Buried near Henin-sur-Cojeul. 

BENSON WRIGHT March 14, 1896— Nov. 18, 19 16 

Lieutenant, Seventy-fifth Battalion. 

Son of Alfred Wright; b. Toronto; ed. Rosedale p.s., Upper Canada College; 
University College 1913-15; Kappa Alpha; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

He was appointed in the summer of 1915 to the 75th Battalion, and went overseas 
the following March. He reached France with his battalion in August 1916. A few 
days later he was wounded at St. Eloi, but rejoined his unit before it went to the Somme 
in September. Shortly before his death he brought in a wounded man who was lying 
close to the enemy's trench. On November i8th the battalion attacked 'Desire' 
Trench. As Machine Gun Officer he took his guns to a forward position beyond the 
captured lines, and while supervising the placing of these he was killed by a sniper. 
Buried where he fell near Courcelette. 

DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD WRIGHT Oct. 3, 1895— Aug. 12, 1918 

Lieutenant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 

Son of the Rev. T. H. Wright; b. Ormstown, P.Q.; ed. Sidney and Nicola P.ss., 
Kamloops h.s., King Edward ir.s., Vancouver; Columbian College; Victoria College 
1910-11 ; 104th Regt. 

He enlisted in April 1915 in the ist Universities Company, p.p.c.l'.i., and was made 
Corporal before going overseas in the next month. He joined the battalion at the 
front in July, and served at the Somme and before Armentieres. In the spring of 1916 
the battalion moved to the Salient, and on June 3rd he was wounded at Sanctuary 
Wood. He then received his commission and returned to the front before Lens in May 
1917. He then served through the battles of Hill 70 and Passchendaele, and on the 
Arras front in 1918. He fell in action on the fourth day of the battle of Amiens. As 
he was leading his men in a bombing attack on the enemy's trench he was wounded in 
the chest, and died at the dressing station shortly afterwards. Buried at Bouchoir. 

WILLIAM JONATHAN WRIGHT Nov. 14, 1874— Aug. 18, 1917 

Lieutenant, Nineteenth Battalion. 

Son of the late George Wright; b. Harrington; ed. St. Mary's p.s. and C.i.; Uni- 
versity College 1892-96, B.A. (Classics); M.A. 1897; Teaching at Warkworth, Bradford, 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Forest; Principal, St. Mary's c.i.; 28th Regt., Lieut.; md. Mary 
Edith Robertson. 

Though over forty years of age he soon prepared to go on Active Service, and was 
appointed to the iioth, Perth County, Battalion in December 1915 and went overseas 
in August 1916. He joined the 19th Battalion in France in October and served with it 
on the Vimy front and through the battle of the Ridge. In May 19 17 he was attached 
to the 4th Trench Mortar Battery. He was killed in action during a German counter- 
attack after the capture of Hill 70. Buried at Sans-en-Gohelle near Lens. His Com- 
manding Officer wrote "Had he come through this attack I should have recommended 
him for the Military Cross". 



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HAROLD VERSCHOYLE WRONG Dec. i, 1891— July i, 1916 

Lieutenant, Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Son of Professor G. AL Wrong; b. Toronto; ed. Bishop Ridley College, St. Andrew's 
College; University College 1909-13, b.a. (Classics, Eng. and Hist.); Kappa Alpha; 
Historical Club; xiii Club; Tennis colours; Flavelle Scholar, Christ Church, 
Oxford. 

In December 1914 he received his commission in the 15th, Salford, Battalion of the 
Lancashire Fusiliers. He crossed to France with this unit in November 1915 in the 
32nd Division, and went into the line in the area of the future Somme battle, between 
Thiepval and La Boisselle. On July ist, 1916, his brigade attacked Thiepval frontally. 
He was last seen crossing the German front line wounded in the hand. Most of the 
battalion was cut off after crossing the first line, and nearly all were killed. Thirteen 
officers and over five hundred men were missing, and but few were afterwards reported 
as prisoners. 

* 

NORMAN JAMES LANG YELLOWLEES Aug. 12, 1886— May 5, 1916 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Thomas Yellowlees; b. Toronto; ed. Lansdowne and Wellesley P.ss., 
Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; University College 1903-07, b.a. (Biol. & Phys. Sci.); M.B. 
1909; Year Secretary; Nu Sigma Nu; Staff, Toronto General Hospital; Practising in 
Toronto; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

He was appointed in March 1915 as Adjutant to No. 4, University of Toronto, 
General Hospital, and went overseas in May. He reached Salonica with this unit in 
November. When a Zeppelin had been brought down by the fire from h.m.s. 'Aga- 
memnon' and had fallen into the marshes near Salonica, he set out with three others of 
the Hospital staff to see the wreck. As he was trying to cross the Vardar River his 
horse stepped into deep water and he was carried down. Dr. George Wilson, who was 
with him, made a brave but vain attempt to rescue h'm, and nearly lost his own life in 
the effort. Captain Yellowlees' body was recovered later and buried at Salonica. 

ARTHUR WARREN YOUELL Aug. 25, 1888— Nov. 12, 1918 

Sergeant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of George W. Youell; b. Aylmer; ed. Aylmer p.s. and H.S.; Applied Science 
1906-10, B.A.sc. (Mech. Eng.— Hon.); Staff 1910-12; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., 
Sherbrooke, p.q. 

In September 1916 he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, c.f.a., 
and went overseas the next month. He was promoted Sergeant in England, but 
reverted to go to France in March 1917. Having served in the ist Divisional Ammuni- 
tion Column, he transferred after the battle of Vimy to the 24th Battery, in which he 
was again promoted Sergeant in July. He served through the battles of Vimy, Hill 70 
and Passchendaele. In the latter he won the Military Medal for maintaining com- 
munication with a signal lamp for several hours, during which he remained in the open 
under heavy fire. He was offered a commission on the field in April 1918, but refused, 
preferring to go to England to take a complete course. He was about to leave for this 
purpose, when on the night of August 6th, just before the Amiens advance, he was 
wounded at the battery position by a splinter from an aeroplane bomb. Blood poisoning 
developed later and he succumbed on the day after the .Armistice. Buried at South- 
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MARTIN CORTLANDT DE BUDE YOUNG Sept. 8, 1894— Sept. 26, 1915 

Second Lieutenant, King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Son of Colonel F. de B. Young, C.M.G.; b. Naini Thai, India; ed. Heswall, Cheshire, 
R. Naval College, Osborne; Elizabeth College, Guernsey; Trinity College School; 
Trinity College 1913-14; o.x.c, Elizabeth College. 

On the outbreak of the war he went to England and joined the Sportsmen's Bat- 
talion, R. Fusiliers. He then obtained his commission, and being appointed to the 
7th King's Own Scottish Borderers, reached France in July 1915. In the attack on 
Hill 70 by the 15th Division at the battle of Loos, he led his men over the trench front. 
The battalion was for the* moment checked by heavy shell fire and gas fumes. He at 
once called out to Piper Lachlan "Give the boys a skirl" — a well-known incident — 
and the advance began. Shortly afterwards he was wounded. When the stretcher- 
bearers came to take him up he told them to take one of the Privates instead, and started 
to walk to the dressing station. The effort cost too much, and he died from loss of 
blood shortly after. Buried at Noeux-les-Mines. 



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SAMUEL GEORGE ALDERSON Sept. i8, 1888— March 6, 1917 

Captain, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of Thomas A. Alderson; b. Waterdown; ed. Carlisle P.s., Waterdown p.s.; 
R. College Dental Surgeons 1907-11, d.d.s.; Practising at Hamilton. 

In October 19 15 he was appointed to the Army Dental Corps, with which he served 
till he was invalided. After a long illness he died at Carlisle a few days following his 
discharge. 

ALAN FEATHERSTON AYLESWORTH Aug. 9, 1880— Aug. 24, 1919 

Major, Ninety-fifth Battalion. 

Only son of Sir Allen Aylesworth; b. Toronto; ed. Upper Canada College; University 
College 1897-1901, B.A.; Law School; Barrister, firm of Aylesworth, Wright, Moss «& 
Thompson; 36th Regt., Lieut.; md. Gladys Burton. 

In September 19 15 he was appointed to the 74th Battalion, and in November 
transferred to the 95th Battalion. He went overseas in May 19 16. During part of 
1917 he was attached to the War Office for special duty. At the end of that year he 
was invalided home and discharged shortly afterwards. During the following months 
he was in ill health, and died at Barrie on August 24th, 19 19. 

WILFRED ROBERT BAUER Nov. 29, 1893— Oct. 11, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of Alois Bauer; b. Kitchener; et. Waterloo P.s., Kitchener c.i., St. Jerome's 
College; Applied Science 1913-15; c.o.T.C. 

In March 19 15 he enlisted in the 25th Battery, c.f.a., and left Canada in May. 
He transferred to the 23rd Battery in England and reached France in January 19 16. 
During the year he served in the battle of St. Eloi, at Ypres, and at the Sonime, where he 
was wounded at Courcelette. For a time he was attached to the ist Divisional Head- 
quarters in charge of cable laying. In the autumn of 19 16 he was invalided and spent 
several months in hospital. Returning to Canada he received his commission and was 
appointed Military Representative in No. i District in connection with the Military 
Service Act. After his discharge in February 1918, he served on the Military Hospital 
Vocational Training staff. He died from influenza at his home in Waterloo. 

LAWRENCE SAMUEL BEATTY March 16, 1893— Sept. 4, 1920 

Lieutenant, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Son of the late James H. Beatty; b. Thorold; ed. Queen Victoria P.s., Parkdale C.i., 
Toronto; Victoria College 1913-14, Medicine 1915-16; g.g.b.g., Lieut. 

He was appointed in August 1916 to the r.n.v.r., and in June 1917 went to Malta. 
He served in Motor Launches 438 and 344, and in command of h.m.m.l. 41, and H.M.M. 
L. 164. He was employed on escort and patrol duty and mine-sweeping in the Mediter- 
ranean. He was discharged in June 1919, and died in the ne.xt year after a long illness. 

ALFRED CHRI.STIAN CLEEVES June 2, 1890— May 21, 1919 

Lieutenant, Canadian Garrison Artillery. 

Son of Frederick Cleeves; b. Rotherham, Eng.; ed. liastbournc College; Farming at 
Saanich, B.C.; Ontario Agricultural College 191 1- 14, B.S.A.; md. Janet O. Story. 



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He joined the 4th Brigade as Trumpeter in December 19 14, and was promoted 
Sergeant-Trumpeter before going overseas in May 1915. He went to France in Sep- 
tember, and served on the St. Eloi-Ypres front, and later at the Somme. In February 
1917 he returned to England to train for a commission, and was appointed to the 
Garrison Artillery in June. He became Assistant Adjutant to the Canadian School of 
Gunner}^ and served with it in England and France till the end of the war. After his 
discharge he returned to his farm at Saanich, B.C. In April 19 19 he was operated on 
for internal trouble due to the strain of war service, and died in hospital at Victoria, 
B.C., three weeks later. 

FR.'\NCIS COURTNEY CONNERY April 3, 1883— Sept. 18, 1920 

Major, One-hundred-and-sixty-sixth Battalion. 

Son of the late Joseph Connery; b. Toronto; ed. p.s. and Harbord Street c.i., 
Toronto; Applied Science 1902-03, 1904-05; Civil Engineer, Toronto and Niagara 
Power Co.; Hydro-Electric Commission; Pearson Engineering Co., N. York; Canada 
Wire and Cable Co.; 2nd Regt., Lieut.; md. Gertrude Edith Murdoch. 

He was appointed to the i66th Battalion early in 1916 and went overseas in October. 
In July 1917 he went to France, being transferred to the Imperial Forces as Commander 
of No. 57 Company, Chinese Labour Corps. After six months' service he was invalided 
and returned to Canada. He resumed his civil occupation, but his health again broke 
down and he died after a brief illness. 

CHARLES EDWARD DOHERTY Nov. 29, 1873— Aug. 14, 1920 

Lieut. -Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late William Frederick Doherty; b. Hanlan, Peel Cy.; ed. Model School, 
St. Michael's College, Jarvis Street c.i., Toronto; Trinity Medical College 1895-99, 
M.D., CM.; Superintendent, Hospital, Nelson, B.C.; Practising at Fernie, B.C.; Medical 
Superintendent, Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster, B.C., 1900-14; 104th Regt., 
Major; md. Elweena Martin. 

In August 19 14 he was appointed, as Major, to No. i Canadian General Hospital, 
with which he went to France in April 1915. He was appointed a.d.m.s. in London in 
October, and served there till his return to Canada in August 1917. In January 1917 
he was Mentioned in Despatches. He was Commanding Officer of the Newmarket 
Hospital for some months till March 1918. He then returned to New Westminster and 
resumed his duties, partly in the care of soldiers, at the Hospital for the Insane. When 
working there he was taken ill and died at his home. 

ROBERT DOUGLAS GALBRAITH May 28, 1893— Sept. 12, 1920 

Major, Cana<lian Railway Troops. 

Son of the late Dean John Galbraith; b. Toronto; ed. Model School, Toronto, 
University of Toronto Schools, St. Andrews' College; Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. 
(Civ. Eng.); 9th Horse, Lieut. 

He was appointed to the 75th Battalion in June 1915, and went overseas in Sep- 
tember in command of a draft from that unit. He then transferred to the Canadian 
Machine Gun Corps, and went with the 6th Brigade Company to France in April 19 16. 
He served with this unit at St. Eloi, Ypres and Courcelette. In January 1917 he trans- 
ferred to the 2nd Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops, with which he served for the 
next two years. He was awarded the Military Cross for his service at Villers Breton- 
neux in the Retreat of March 19 18. Finding that his company was exposed on the 
flank he withdrew it to a support trench, and then went forward himself with a machine 
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forward to its original position, which he held until relieved. After his return to Canada 
he was employed with the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment for some 
months, till he was forced to give up from ill health, and died at Toronto after a long 
illness. 

GRANT ARMSTRONG GOODERHAM Jan. i8, 1892— May 2, 1919 

Captain, Royal Air Force. 

Son of Edward George Gooderham; b. Toronto; ed. St. Alban's School, St. Andrew's 
College; Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); c.o.T.C. 

On graduating he joined the R. Naval Air Service, and received his commission 
in July 19 15. He went to France in April 19 16 joining the 1st Squadron, No. i Wing, 
and served in the Dunkerque and Somme areas till February 19 17. He was promoted 
Flight Lieutenant in November 19 16. After a period in England, when he was attached 
to the R.F.C. Testing Squadron, he returned to the front in June 1917, but in August 
was declared physically unfit for further active service flying, and came home on leave. 
Though he was not in good health he returned to England in January 19 18, and was 
employed in technical and instructional work till the end of the war. In April 1918 
he was promoted Captain in the Royal Air Force. A short time after his return home 
and discharge, he was missing and was found drowned in Toronto Bay. 

ANGUS DOUGLAS GRAY Dec. 11, 1897— Oct. 25, 19 18. 

Lieutenant, Fourth Brigade Machine Gun Company. 

Son of John Gray; b. Toronto; ed. Port Credit p.s., Parkdale c.i., Toronto; Univer- 
sity College 1914-15; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

He was appointed in August 1915 to the 74th Battalion, and went overseas in 
October. He reached France in the summer of 19 16, joining the 4th Machine Gun 
Company. He was wounded on October ist at the Somme, and again on May 9th, 1917, 
at Fresnoy. For his serv'ce in this battle he was awarded the Military Cross. He 
came into action in support of a battalion at a critical moment during an enemy counter- 
attack, and covered its withdrawal. Later he rendered valuable assistance in the 
Canadian counter-attack, and though he was severely wounded, losing an eye, he re- 
mained at his post till success was assured. Being invalided home he was discharged as 
no longer fit for service in March 19 18. Some months later he succumbed to influenza- 
pneumonia after a brief illness. 

IVAN DWIGHT HAYES Dec. 23, 1883— Sept. 12, 1919 

Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Wright Hayes; b. London Tp., Middlesex Cy. ; ed. Lucan H.s. ; 
Victoria College 1905-09, b.a.; Medicine 1909-11, m.u.; Staflf, General Hospital, Eliza- 
beth, N.J.; Practising at Minden, Ont., and Toronto. 

He was appointed to the c..\.m.c. in August 19 14, and transferred to the r..v.m.c. in 
June 1915. Going overseas in July he served first at Salisbury Plain, and then went to 
France in November. He served with No. 99 Field Ambulance in the Bcthune area 
till February 19 16, when he was inv-alided from a shock incurred while working at an 
advanced dressing station. After his return he served as Medical Officer to the R. 
Flying Corps at Camp Borden and Armour Heights from June 19 17 to March 19 18, 
when he was again invalided from heart trouble. He was in hospital till November. 
In March 19 19 he resumerl ri\-ilian practice but was again in\"aIi(kMl and died of endo- 
carditis. 

WILLIAM HENDERSON Feb. 16, 1869— Oct. 25, 1916. 
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Son of the late Peter Henderson; b. New Leslie, Scotland; ed. Sarnia c.i.; Trinity 
Medical College 1894-98, m.d., cm.; Practising at Sarnia; 27th Regt., Surgeon; md. 
May Brown. 

In July 19 15 he was appointed to the r.a.m.c. and in August went to the Dardan- 
elles, being in charge of the wounded on the hospital ship 'Galika' from Gallipoli to 
Alexandria. In December he returned and served on hospital trains first in England, 
then in France. In August 19 16 he returned home and was discharged. Two months 
later he died suddenly in Sarnia. 

WILLIAM HAMILTON LAMBERT June 5, 1866— June 11, 1920 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Joseph H. Lambert; b. Arnprior; ed. Arnprior p.s. and U.S.; Medicine 
1889-93, M.B.; Practising at Cobden, Yukon, and Vancouver; md. Marguerite E. Cor- 
man. 

He went overseas in June 19 15 and joined the r.a.m.c. He served as Medical 
Officer on the transports between Alexandria and Salonica, and later was Consultant at 
No. 15 Hospital in Alexandria. There he contracted typhoid and was invalided home. 
Returning in May 19 16 he joined the c.a.m.c. and served as President of a Medical 
Board and as Consultant at the Military Hospital in Moose Jaw. Shortly after being 
discharged in April 19 19 he was taken ill with Bright's disease, and died in hospital at 
Toronto. 

WILLIAM THOMAS LITTLE March 4, 1888— Nov. 2, 1918 

Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Son of Johnston Little; b. Maxwell; ed. Maxwell P.s., Owen Sound c.i.; Medicine 
1909-14, M.B.; md. Nellie F. Morrow. 

He joined the R.A.M.C. in March 19 16 and went to Mesopotamia where he served at 
Basra with the 7th Field Ambulance. While here he worked with Sir Victor Horsley. 
He was invalided later to Bombay, where after his recovery he served as brain specialist 
on the staff of the Colaba Hospital. Returning in 19 17 he set up civilian practice at 
Flesherton, where he worked till he succumbed to the influenza. 

CLAUDE ARCHIBALD McBRIDE —Oct. 10, 1919 

Captain, Canadian Army Dental Corps. 

Son of George S. McBride; ed. Morrisburg c.i.; R. College of Dental Surgeons 
1906-10, D.D.S. 

He went overseas in September 19 14 with the c.a.m.c, and later transferred to the 
C.A.D.C After nearly three years' service in France and England he was invalided 
and returned in broken health. He entered hospital in the autumn of 19 18 and died a 
year later. 

WILLIAM LAUGHTON McCULLOUGH Nov. 6, 1886— March ii, 1920 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of the late Dr. George McCullough; b. St. Mary's; ed. Sault Ste. Marie p.s. 
and CI., Hamilton Ci.; Medicine 1905-09, M.B.; Medical work, Trans-Continental and 
Algoma Central Ry.; Practising at Port Arthur; md. Mabel License. 

He was appointed Medical Officer to the 52nd Battalion in July 19 15, and went 
overseas in November. He served in France with this unit and at No. 3 Canadian 
General and No. 13 Imperial Stationary Hospital, and also with No. i Field Ambulance 
and as Medical Officer to the 3rd Battalion. He was twice severely wounded while 
with front line units, and once invalided. On his discharge in March 19 19 he returned 



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home in bad health, but resumed civiHan practice. He was forced to give up in the 
autumn but returned to his work in January 1920. Going out one very cold night to 
attend a patient he was taken ill with pneumonia and died a few days later. 

RANALD MACDONALD March 18, 1881— March 5, 1920 

Sergeant, Eighteenth Battalion and Instructional Staff. 

Son of the late Dr. Angus Macdonald; b. Edinburgh; ed. George Watson's College, 
Edinburgh; Ontario Agricultural College 1908-12, b.s.a.; Barrett Dairy Co., Guelph; 
Staff, 'Guelph Mercury.' 

In October 19 14 he enlisted in the 1 8th Battalion in which he was later promoted 
Corporal on the field. He served at the front from the autumn of 19 15 till he was 
severely wounded in October 19 16 at the Somme. After his recovery he was made 
Sergeant Instructor at Bramshott. He was on the Agricultural Staff of the Khaki 
College after the Armistice. On his return to Canada he managed the Macdonald News 
Agency. He died at Guelph from influenza which developed into pneumonia. 

FRANK ROBERTSON MITCHELL Jan. 7, 1893— July 18, 1918 

Surgeon Probationer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

Son of the late D. R. Mitchell; b. Meaford; ed. Meaford P.s. and H.s.; Medicine 
1912-15, 1916-18, M.B. 

He enlisted in the c..\.m.c. at No. 2 Field Ambulance Depot in May 19 15, and went 
overseas in July. He was then appointed Surgeon Probationer in the r.n.v.r. and 
served for a year first on h.m.s. 'Penn' and then on h.m.s. 'Archer.' He then returned 
to complete his course at the University, intending to rejoin the Navy as a Surgeon. 
He died suddenly at Toronto shortly after graduating. 

RUS.SELL GEORGE SCOTT Aug. 14, 1891— Dec. 10, 1920 

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. 

Son of the late Robert A. Scott; b. Seaforth; ed. Tuckersmith p.s., Seaforth c.i.; 
Applied Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng. — ^Hon.); Second and First Association 
Football colours. 

He enlisted in December 19 15 with the 42nd Battery, c.F.A., in which he was 
promoted to Sergeant. Going overseas in February 19 16, he went to France in July 
with the 3rd Divisional Ammunition Column. Reverting to the rank of Gunner he 
then joined the 44th Battery, and later transferred to the 32nd Battery, in which he was 
made Bombardier. He served first on the Ypres front, and then through the battles of 
the Somme, Vimy and Hill 70. At Passchendaele he was wounded on November 
3rd, 1917. In 1918 he joined the R. Air Force, and obtained his commission shortly 
before the Armistice. After his discharge in April 19 19 he returned to civilian work, 
but was taken ill and died in hospital at Toronto. 

WALTER ALEXANDER SCOTT Aug. 8, 1885— Aug. 12, 19 19 

Sergeant, Tenth Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops. 

Son of William Scott; b. Gait; ed. Gait p.s. and c.i.; Applied Science 1903-06, 
n.A.sc. 1908. (Civ. Eng. — Hon.) d.l.s. 1909; Dominion Land Surveyor, Alberta and 
Saskatchewan. 

He enlisted in February 1917 in the 256th Construction Battalion, in which he was 
shortly afterwards i^romoted .Sergeant. He went to France in June wilii his unit, now 
known as the loth Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops, and served on the Belgian 
front. He was awarded the Military Medal for his service in repairing tracks under 
heavy shell fire at Passchcnflacle. In October 1918 he was invalided to England with 



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tubercular peritonitis, and was discharged shortly after his return to Canada in January 
19 19. He then resumed his work as land surveyor, but was taken ill with appendicitis 
and succumbed a few days after an operation. Buried at Gait. 

ROY LINDLEY VINING De:. 14, 1887— Dec. 19, 1918 

Lieutenant, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. 

Son of Joseph A. Vining; b. Thorndale; ed. St. Mary's c.i.; Ontario Agricultural 
College 1910-14, B.S.A.; District Representative in Agriculture, Wentworth Cy.; 
Staff, O.A.C.; 77th Regt., Lieut. 

In November 1915 he was appointed to the 129th, Wentworth, Battalion. He 
reached France in May 1917, joining the Canadian Machine Gun Corps. After serving 
on the Lens front he was severely wounded at Passchendaele. Being discharged in 
June 19 18 he was appointed to the staff of the Ontario Agricultural College, where he 
worked till he was taken ill and died of influenza-pneumonia. 

GUY HALIFAX WALLACE Feb. 12, 1887— Dec. 9, 1918 

Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps. 

Son of A. E. Wallace; b. St. Thomas; ed. St. Thomas p.s., St. Andrew's College; 
Medicine 1909-14, m.b.; Practising in New York City; md. Ethel E. Lawrence. 

In November 1915 he was appointed to the CA.M.C. When on his way overseas 
he was taken ill with pleurisy, from which he never fully recovered. He served for fifteen 
months on the staff of No. 11 Canadian General, Moore Barracks, Hospital. Owing 
to his health orders sending him to France were twice cancelled. Coming home on 
leave he was refused permission to return, and was ev^entually discharged. He never 
recovered his health, and died in December 19 18. 

THOMAS BAIRD WELCH April 10, 1867— March 24, 1918 

Lieut. -Colonel, Commanding Ninety-ninth Battalion. 

Son of the late Thomas Welch; b. Kilwinning, Scotland; ed. Glasgow Schools, 
Strathroy Ci.; College of Pharmacy, phm.b. 1893; Druggist at Strathroy and Windsor; 
O.C. 26th Regt., Lieut. -Col.; Long Service Medal, 1915; md. Agnes Bishop. 

He joined the ist Battalion in August 19 14, and was one of a party of officers that 
was sent to France prior to the crossing of the First Division. From May 19 15 to the 
end of the year he was attached to the Headquarters of the First Division. He then 
returned to Canada to be Commanding Officer of the 99th Battalion, which he trained 
and took overseas in June. After this unit had been broken up he returned and served 
at Headquarters of Military District No. i. He was taken ill a year later and died after 
an operation. 

JACK NORTHMORE WILLIAMS July 29, 1892— Aug. 8, 1920 

Corporal, Canadian Field Artillery. 

Son of W. H. Williams; b. Burlington; ed. Nelson Tp. P.s., Hamilton C.I.; Applied 
Science 1911-15, b.a.sc. (Civ. Eng.); c.o.T.C. 

He enlisted in March 19 15 in the 26th Battery, c.f.a., and went overseas in July. 
Reaching France in January 19 16 he served at Ypres and the Somme in that year. 
In November he transferred to the 17th Battery and was promoted Corporal. The next 
year he served at Vimy and Hill 70, and at Passchendaele, where he was severely wounded 
in the head on October 29th. He had been recommended for a commission, but did 
not receive it, being incapacitated for further front line service. After his discharge in 
June 1918 he received an appointment with the Montreal Foundation Company at 
Buckingham, p.q. Owing to his injuries he remained in poor health, and was overcome 
by the heat when bathing at Buckingham and died suddenly. His brother M. W. 
Williams, also of this University, had been killed at Passchendaele. 



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Abar, Harry Smith; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921. 

1st Depot Bn., m.d. 3, Pte., Feb. 1918; c.a.d.c. 
Abercrombie, Clinton William; b.a. Trinity 1910; 102nd Regt., Lieut. 

46th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1916; France, July 1916; 33rd Bty., Bdr., Mar. 

1917; Hdqrs., 3rd Can. Div. Art., May 1918; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 

chendaele, etc. 
Abernethy, Harold Ferguson; University Coll. 1918. 

20ist Bn., Pte., Mar. 1916; 170th Bn.; France, Dec. 1916, 75th Bn., Pte.; 

Lieut., Nov. 19 18; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens, Amiens, Arras, Drocourt- 

Queant. 
Abraham, Howard Armstrong; m.d., cm. 1906. 

c. a.m. c. Base Hosp., M.D. 2, Lieut.; Transport duty. 
AcHEsoN, Cyril St. Clair; University Coll. 19 17; c.o.T.c. 

Eaton M.G. Bty., Pte., Feb. 1915; Fort Garry Horse, Dec. 1915; France, Feb. 

1916, Strathcona Horse, att. Indian Cav.; 1st Can. Div. Amm. Col., att. 

Ind. Cav., Cpl., A/Sergt.; Somme; r.f.c. Sec. Lieut., Aug. 1916; 2nd and 

42nd Sqdns.; Lens sec, Armentieres — Neuve Chapelle; r.f.c, England, Instr.; 

R.A.F., Lieut. 
AcHEsoN, George; b.a. University Coll. 1880, m.a. 1883, m.b. 1887; ist Inf. Bde., 

M.D. I, Lt.-Col.; Colon. Aux. Forces Long Service Med. & Offrs' Decoration. 

Hdqrs. Staff, m.d. 2, Lt.-Col., INIay 1915; Col., May 1916; a.a.g., Niagara 

Camp, 1916; Offr. i/c Adm. Casualties, 1916-1 7; c.a.m.c, T/Lt.-Col., Jan. 1918; 

Pres. Standing Med. Bd., m.d. 2. 
AcLAND, Peregrine Palmer; b.a. University Coll. 19 13. 

15th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Apl. 1915; Capt., Oct. 1915; Major, 

Aug. 1917; Festubert, Givenchy, Ploegsteert, Ypres (1916), Somme; Wounded, 

Sanctuary Wood, June 19 16, and Thiepval, Sept. 26, 19 16; Invalided; 

Washington State Coll., U.S.A., and Groton School, Mass., Mil. Instr.; m.c, 

Ypres, June 3, 1916; Despatches June 1917. 
Adam, John Geikie; m.d., cm. Trinity 1900. 

U.S. Med. Cps., Capt.; 5th Rcgt., Surg.; M.G.T.D., Camp Hancock, May 1918. 
Adami, John George; ll.d. (Hon.) 1912. 

C.A.M.C, Oct. 1914; Lieut., Dec. 1914; Lt.-Col. and Medical Historical Recorder, 

Mar. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1915; a.d.m.s. Hdqrs. Staff, London, June 1915; Col., 1918; 

(Author of ofificial 'War Story of the c.a.m.c'; Co-editor c.a.m.c Bulletin); 

C.B.E., June 1919. 
Adams, Frank J.; Veterinary Coll 1908-10. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., July 1915; Capt., July 1916; France, Nov. 1915; Somme, 

Arras, Ypres. 
Adams, Frank P.; Applied Science 1900. 

i86th Bn., Lieut., 1916; loth Bn., Can. Ry. Ti s.; France, 1916-19; Major; 

Somme, Nieuport, Ypres. 
Adams, Fred; m.b. 1910, d.p.h. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., Dec. 1916; o/s. Feb. 1917; No. 2 Can. Mob. Labty.; No. i Can. 

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Adams, Geoffrey Walters; b.a. Victoria 1910, ll.b. 1913; 109th Regt., Lieut. 
67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., June 1916; France, Mar. 1917, 82nd Hwr. Bty.; 
48th Hwr. Bty., Gnr.; Bdr., Aug. 1917; Sergt., Cadet, Oct. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, 
Passchendaele, Arras (Mar. 1918), Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Gassed, Vimy, 
June 1917, and Lievin, Sept. 1917; Wounded, Gavrelle, May 1918. 
Adams, Harold; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., Apl. 1918. 
Adams, Henry John Mackay; m.b. 1904. 

9th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; r.a.m.c, 1915; (Further details not available). 
Adams, James Franklin; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c, Lieut., Dec. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; Capt., Dec. 1917; France, Aug. 
1918, No. 8 Can. Fd. Amb.; m.o. 9th Bde., c.f.a., Sept. 1918; Arras, Cambrai. 
Adams, James Herbert Franklin; Medicine 1921; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c, Pte., Mar. 1917; o/s. June 1917; No. 10 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Risboro' 
Bks.; France, June 1918, No, 4 Can. Fd. Amb.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Adams, John Harold; b.a.sc. 1911. 

204th Bn., Lieut., Mar. 1916; France, 54th Bn., Lieut.; Wounded, Drocourt- 
Queant, Sept. 2, 1918; M.c, Oppy, Apl. 3, 1918. 
Adams, John Thomas; d.d.s. 1912. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Capt.; att. 2nd Training Bde*, E. Sandling, 1917. 
Adams, Ralph; Applied Science 1913. 

45th Bty., CF.A., Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, July 1916; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 
Passchendaele, Nieppe Forest, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, Boiry 
Notre Dame, Aug. 28, 1918. 
Adams, Sinclair MacLardy; b.a. Trinity 1913. 

W.O.R., L.-Cpl., June 1918. 
Adams, Wilfred; Trinity 1920; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s Tr. Coy., Pte., June 1917; R.G.A., Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1918. 
Adcock, Winifred Huntington (Mrs.); Admin. Staff. 

St. John's Amb. Bde., v.a.d.. Mar. 1918; Royal Naval Hosp., Plymouth; 
Central Red Cross Office, Cheltenham. 
Addy, John James; Victoria 19 17. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1916; c.f.a., Gnr., Apl. 1917; France, Sept. 1917; 
Bdr.; (Further details not available). 
Adlard, Leonard Stanley; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.t.c « 

Div. Labty., m.d. 2, Lieut., May 1915; Capt., May 1916; o/s.; (Further details 
not available). 
Affleck, John Knox; Applied Science 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of t., Bty, c.f.a.; Gnr., Mar. 1916; Transf., Impl. Munitions Bd., Nov. 
1916; o/s Nov. 1916. 
Affleck, Robert Dalton; Applied Science 1918; c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1916; Bdr.; Transf., Impl. Munitions 
Bd., Nov. 1916; o/s. Nov. 1916. 
AoNEw, George Harvey; m.b. 1918; c.o.t.c 

c.A.D.c, m.d. 2, Lieut., Apl. 1918; Trans-Atlantic Cond. Staff, Sept. 1918. 
Agnew, James Norman; Applied Science 19 10, Diploma. 

47th Bty., c.f.a., Bdr., Feb. 1916; Rep. wounded Nov. 15, 1917; (Further 
details not available). 
Agnew, Robert Gordon; Victoria 1919, (b.a. 1920), R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921 ; 
67th, u. of T., Bty, c.f.a. Gnr., May 1918. [c.o.t.c 

Aiken, Milton John; Victoria 19 18. 

1st Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915, ist Bn., Cpl.; Sergt., May 1915; 
Neuve Chapelle, Yprcs, Givenchy, Festubert, Ploegsteert-Messines; Wounded, 



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Ypres, ApL 22, 1915; i6oth Bn., Lieut., May 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; i 'c M.G. 

School; i6oth Bn., Capt.; d.c.m., Ypres, ApL 1915. 
AlKENHEAD, James Alfred; Victoria 1915. 

5th Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., Jan. 1916; France, June 1916, p.p.c.l.i., Pte.; 

Wounded, Somme, Oct. 1916; Invalided May 1917. 
Aird, Hugh Reston; Forestry 1915; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

Eaton M.G. Bty., Capt., Feb. 1915; r.n.a.s., Capt.; Eastern Mediterranean, 

Oct. 1916; Prisoner, Sept. 1917. 
AiTCHisoN, William Stanley; m.b. 1918; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Lieut., May 19 18. 
Aitkin, Laura Katharine; b.a. University Coll. 1913. 

V.A.D.; France. 
Albertini, Rafael Diaz; University Coll. 19 12. 

239th Bn., Spr., July 1916; Sergt.; 3rd Bn., Can. Ry. Tps. ; France, Sept. 1917; 

I2th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Lieut., Jan. 1918; Arras and Somme sees. 
Albright, Leland Sanford; b.a. Victoria 19 14. 

British y.m.c.a., India, July 1917; att. R.F.C., m.e.f., Oct. 1917; att. Brit. Base 

Depot, Magil, May 19 18; att. 40th Bde., Abee Hajar, Oct. 1918; att. Persian 

l. of C, Ruz, Nov. 1918; att. Persian L. of c, Qizil Robat, Dec. 1918. 
Alexander, James Lindsay; Forestry 1918; c.o.t.c. 

Hdqrs., m,d. 2, Musketry School, Pte., Mar. 1916; Hdqrs. Musketry School, E. 

Canada, c.s.m.; c.e., Lieut., May 1918; o/s. June 19 18; 3rd Res. Bn., c.e. 
Alexander, John Playfair; Forestry 1913; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

3rd Can. Pion. Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; 134th Bn.; France, Nov. 1916, 3rd Can 

Pion. Bn.; 29th Bn., May 1917; Capt., Aug. 1917; R.F c, July 1917; France, 

Sept. 1917, 102nd Sqdn.; Vimy, Passchendaele, Cambrai; r.f.c, Canada, 

Mar. 191 8. 
Alexander, Seeyman Laird; m.b. 19 13. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., July 1915; France, Oct. 1915, No. 13 Gen. Hosp., Boulogne; 

No. 7 Fd. Amb., Guards Div. ; m.o., ist Scots Guards; Neuve Chapelle, Laventie, 

Ypres; Invalided July 19 16. 
Alexander, William James; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

U. of T. o/s Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn.; o/s. May 1918. 
Alford, Harry Franklin; d.d.s. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.d.c, Lieut., May 1915; Gallipoli, Aug. 1915, att. No. i Can. Sta. Hosp., 

Capt.; Invalided; Bramshott, Nov. 1916; London Area; Offr. i/c Dental 

Svces., Hastings, Dec. 1916; Sr. Dental Offr., Witley, Jan. 1917; Shorncliffe, 

Mar. 1917; Discharged Mar. 19 18. 
Alger, Harry Herbert; m.d., cm. Trinity 1893; m.o. 49th Regt., Lt.-Col. 

C.A.M.c, m.o. 80th Bn., Major, Sept. 1915; o s. May 1916; s.m.o., Bordon and 

Seaford Camps; France, Feb. 1917, No. 13 Can. Fd. Amb.; No. 6 C.C.s.; M.o. 

124th Bn.; No. I Can. Gen. Hosp.; Vimy, Passchendaele; Asst. Inspr., Drafts, 

and Pies., Perm. Med. Bd., Shorncliffe and Bramshott; Perm. Trans-Atlantic 

Transport Svce. 
Aljoe, Robert Harold; d.d.s. 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.A.D.C, m.d. 3, Lieut., Dec. 1916; o/s. May 1917; att. ist Can. Res. Bde.; alt. 

C.A.M.c Depot, Risboro' Bks.; att. c f.a., Bordon; att. Hdqrs., Bramshott. 
Allan, Charles J.vmes; b.a. University Coll. 1903. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., Jan. 1915; France, Jan. 1916, 21st llwr. Hty.; i/c 2nd 

Div. t.m. Bty., A Capt., Apl. 1916; St. Eloi; Invalided .Aug. 1916; Can. School 

of Gunnery, Capt., Instr. ; France, Aug. 19 18, 3rd Bde., Can. Siege A-\rt., Lieut.; 

Cambrai, Valenciennes. 



172 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Allan, Edward Blake; b.a.sc. 1916; c.o.x.c. 

R.G.A., Sheerness, Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1916; 351st Siege Bty., r.g.a., Sec. Lieut., 

Mar. 1917; France, May 1917; att. 19th Cps. Hvy. Art. Hdqrs., July 1917; 

Lieut., Aug. 1917; Staff Lieut., Feb. 19 18; Capt., June 1918; Ypres (July 1917), 

Dixmude, Ypres (Dec. i9i7),St.Quentin — Amiens (Feb. 1918), Ypres — Courtrai; 

M.c, gaz. Dec. 1918; Despatches, Ypres and March Retreat, May 1918, 
Allan, Fitz-Robert; Applied Science 1908. 

35th Bn., Pte., Apl. 1915; L-Cpl.; o/s. Oct. 1915; Rep. wounded June 1916. 
Allan, John Lorne; Applied Science 1900, Diploma; ist Regt., c.g.a. Res., Capt. 

1st CO. a., Capt. and Adjt., June 1916; R. c.g.a., No. 6 District Art. Depot, 

Adjt., May 19 18. 
Allan, Laurence Francis; Applied Science 1908, Diploma; 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e., q.m.s. 

198th Bn., Pte., Mar. 1916; Sergt., Mar. 1916; France, Mar. 1918, 4th c.m.r., 

Pte.; 1st Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Nov. 1918; Maricourt, Hill 70, Kemmel, Amiens, 

Arras — Mons. 
Allan, Leslie Brown; b.a.sc. 19 12. 

1st Can. Constr. Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1916; France, Nov. 1916, ist Bn., Can. Ry. 

Tps.; Capt., Feb. 1917; Major, Nov. 1918; Combles sec, Peronne sec, Pilkem 

sec, Amiens — Peronne — Maubeuge; Despatches Nov. 1918. 
Allan, Norman Eraser; Applied Science 19 13; 9th Horse, Capt. 

Can. Ry. Tps., Lieut., May 1917; France, Oct. 1917, 5th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps.; 

Cambrai sec, Merville-St. Venant sec, Lille — Tournai; c.e.c. Transport Offr., 

Le Havre. 
Allan, Percy Clifford; Victoria 19 19; c.o.x.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1916; France, Nov. 1916, ist Div. Sig. Coy., Spr.; 

Vimy, Hill 70, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Allen, Carleton Woodford; Applied Science 1904; 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e., Lieut. 

2nd Can. Pion. Bn., Capt., Oct. 1915; France, Mar. 1916, 2nd Can. Pion. Bn., 

Major; Lt.-Col., o.c, Sept. 1917; 5th Bn., c.e., o.c. May 1918; St. Eloi, 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras (Mar. -Apl. 19 18), Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — ^Mons; D.s.o., Jan. i, 1918; Despatches 1916, Jan. 1918, July 1919. 
Allen, Ernest Rawson; Applied Science 191 1. 

King Edward's Horse, Tpr., Apl. 1915; France, June 1915; R.E., 172nd Tnlg. 

Coy., Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1915; Lieut., May 1916; Loos, Ypres — Arras, St. 

Quentin; m.c, St. Eloi, Apl. 1916. 
Allen, Harold McClennan; University Coll. 19 17, Medicine 19 19. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Allen, Herbert Stanley; d.d.s. 1912. 

80th Bn., Pte., Sept. 1915; Ca.d.c, m.d. 3, Sergt., Oct. 1915; Lieut., Jan. 1916; 

Capt., Apl. 1916. 
Allen, John Alva; m.d., cm. Trinity 1904. 

U.S. Med. Cps., Capt., July 1918. 
Allen, John Bamber; b.a. Victoria 19 14; g.g.b.g., Lieut. 

58th Bn., Lieut., July 1915; France, Feb. 1916; Ypres; Wounded, Sanctuary 

Wood, June 1916; Invalided; To R.o. Apl. 1918. 
Allen, Loftus Annesley; Trinity 19 14. 

2nd Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., May 1915; o/s. June 1915; France, Aug. 1915; 

C.A.P.C; Invalided and discharged Nov. 19 16. 
Allen, Norman McD.; Education 1915. 

c.E.,Signals, Spr., July 1916; ca.d.c, Sergt., Oct. 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916; France, 

Aug. 1918, att. CA.M.c, No. 13 Fd. Amb.; No. 11 Fd. Amb.; att. 75th Bn.; 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; Invalided Nov. 1918. 



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Allen, Richard Orme; Victoria 19 19; c.o.t.c. 

R.N.C.V.R., \Vt. Offr., w/T., Apl. 1916; Sable Isld., n.s.; Point Riche, Nfld.; 
East Coast patrol. 

Allen, Samuel James; Applied Science 1921, (R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1923); c.o.t.c. 
R.A.F., Apl. 1918. 

Alley, Herbert Rutt.a.n; b.a. University Coll. 19 12; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

3rd Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Capt., Apl. 1915; Major, July 
1916; Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, Sanctuary Wood and Mount Sorrel, Somme; 
Wounded, Courcelette, Sept. 20, 19 16; Imperial Army, Staflf c. in c. Home 
Forces, Staff Capt.; o.m.f.c, d.a.a.g., Hdqrs.; d.a.a.g., Hdqrs., Can. Tps., 
Ripon; o.b.e., Jan. i, 1919; Mentioned, Services, Sept. 1918. 

Allin, Cleve Garfield; b..-^. Victoria 1909. 

R.C.N., Lieut.; Atlantic patrol; Instr., Esquimalt Naval Coll. 

Allison, Duncan; m.b. 1908. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. I, Capt., Dec. 1916; o/s. June 1917; Hospital svce.; Resigned 
Dec. 1917. 

Allison, Gerald; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 1915; Sergt., Apl. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 
1915; Capt., May 1916; Gallipoli, July 1915, Hospital ship svce.; Cape Helles, 
No. 89 Fd. Amb., att. No. 17 Sta. Hosp.; Egypt, Jan. 1916, No. 17 Sta. Hosp.; 
India, Apl. 1917; Station Hosp., Cherat; m.o. 2/6th Devons, ist Peshawar Div.; 
N.w. Frontier; Transport svce., India-Durban-England, Feb. 1917; France, 
July 1917, i/5th London Fd. Amb.; M.o. i/i8th London Regt., London Irish 
Rifles, Aug. 19 17; Ypres, Arras-Gavrelle, Cambrai; Wounded and gassed, 
Cambrai, Nov. 30, 19 17; r.a.m.c Officers' School, Adjt. and Instr., May 1918. 

Allison, William Carman; m.b. 1913. 
C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Capt., 1918. 

Almack, Walter Winter Corrie; Victoria 1917. 

1st Cobourg Hvy. Bty., Gnr., Aug. 1915; Halifax; Sergt.; Invalided and dis- 
charged, Feb. 19 16. 

Alpoet, Fredepick; b.a.sc 1913. 

6th Fd. Coy., C.E., Spr., Aug. 1914; Sergt.; France, Sept. 1915; Lieut., Dec. 
1915; 4th Bde. Hdqrs., C.E., Capt., May 1918; 4th Div. Engrs. Hdqrs., Staff 
Capt., May 1918; Wounded Oct. 1915; Despatches 1916; M.c, gaz. Dec. 1918. 

Alston, Walter George; R."Co11. Dental Surg. 1918, (d.d.s. 1919); c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; o/s. Aug.; c.a.d.c, Pte., Aug. 1916; 
Sergt., Apl. 1917. 

Amos, Loyal; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; 55th Bty.; France, Aug. 1917; Cpl.; Lens, 
Hill 70, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes. 

Amoss, Harold Edwin; b.paed. 1907, d.paed. 1915. 

72nd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., July 1916; France. Dec. 1916, 39th Bty., Gnr.; Bdr.; 
Vimy, Hill 70, Passchcndacle; Staff, Vimy Ridge Univ., Dec. 1917; 39th Bty., 
Apl. 1918; Cpl., Aug. 1918; C.F.A., Cadet, Oct. 1918; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; 
Wounded, Cambrai, Sept. 30, 19 18. 

Amvot, John Andrew; m.b. 1891, Staff; ca. M.c, Capt. 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Major, Mar. 19 15; 2nd Can. Div., San. Offr.; 
France, Sept. 19 15, o.c No. i San. Sec, ist Can. Div.; San. Offr., Can. Cps. 
and 2nd i/c No. 3 Can. Fd. Amb., Mar. 1916; 2nd British Army, d.a.d.m.s., 
Sanit., Aug. 1916; Armentirres — liooge, 2nd Army area; o.m.f.c. Consultant, 
Sanit., Nov. 1916; Lt.-Coi., Dec. 1917; C.M.G., Dec. 1917; Despatches twice; 
Mini imicd, Scr\ic-es, tiirec limes. 



174 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Anderson, Alexander McGregor; Applied Science 1920; c.o.x.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Mar. 1917; R.n.a.s., p.f.o., Nov. 1917; r.n.a.s., 

Fit. Sub-Lieut.; r.a.f., Lieut; d.f.c, gaz. Nov. 1918. 
Anderson, Alfred Claude; b.a.sc. 1915. 

C.E., Lieut., May 1918; o/s. July 1918; 2nd c.e. Res. Bn. 
Anderson, Allan W.; Applied Science 1901. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Anderson, Andrew Lusk; Applied Science 19 10. 

29th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, July 1916; 36th Bty., Lieut., 

Apl. 1917; 9th Bde., C.F.A., Adjt., Dec. 1917; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 

chendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mens; M.C., gaz. June. 1917; Bar to M.c, 

gaz. Jan. 1918. 
Anderson, Cameron Clinton; University Coll. 1915, Applied Science 1916, (b.a.sc. 

C.A.M.C, No. 3 Sta. Hosp., Pte., Apl. 1915; Lemnos, Aug. [19 18); C.O.T.C. 

1915; Invalided Oct. 1915; Pay and Rec. Off., Sergt.; Discharged Sept. 1916. 
Anderson, Charles Edward; b.a. University Coll. 1906, m.b. 1908. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., Sept. 19 15; France, June 19 16; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Lens, 

Passchendaele; Sr. m.o. Sub-staffs, London Area, Major, May 1918. 
Anderson, Fkanklin A. D.; Education 1912. 

Enl. July 1917; France, ist Can. m.m.g. Bde. 
Anderson, Frederick \Villl\m; b.a. University Coll. 1899, m.a. 1902, Knox. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 157th Bn., Capt., Apl. 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; Bramshott, 

Oct. 1916; Shoreham, Jan. 1917; ist Que. Regtl. Dep., Apl. 1917; France, Oct. 

1917, No. I Tnlg. Coy., C.E.; 3rd Bde., c.e., July 1918; Ypres sec, Vimy sec, 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Rhyl, N. Wales, Oct. 1918; m.d. 13, Feb. 1919. 
Anderson, George William; b.a. University Coll. 1907, m.b. 1909; c.a.m.c. No. 11 Fd. 

C.A.M.C, m.o. 19th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 19 14; Capt.; [Amb., Prov. Lieut. 

r.a.m.c, Lieut., July 1915 ; Capt., July 1916; France, Mar. 1916, No. 2 Motor 

Amb. Convoy; 2/3rd S. Midland Fd. Amb., 6ist Div., Aug. 1916; No. 95 Fd. 

Amb., 31st Div., Oct. 1916; M.o. 13th Yorks. and Lanes. Regt., June 1917; 

No. 54 Fd. Amb. and 7th Bedfordshire Regt., Apl. 19 18; att. 47th Bde., R.G.A., 

May 1918; Neuve Chapelle, Somme (1916), Arras (1917), Somme (1918). 
Anderson, Harry Bertram; m.d., cm. Trinity 1892. 

C.A.M.C, m.d. 2, Lt.-Col. 
Anderson, Herbert Ross; R. Coll. Dent. Surg. 19 19; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of t., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 28th Bty.; i6th 

Bty., Mar. 1917; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; C.A.D.C, Canada, Pte., Nov. 1918. 
Anderson, Horace Leslie; b.v.sc 1916. 

U.S.A., Vety. Cps., Lieut., Mar. 1918; 307th Cav.; 52nd Fd. Art.; 56th Fd. Art. 
Anderson, James Orton; University Coll. 1917, Medicine 1919; c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.C, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte.; 19th Bn., L-Cpl.; Returned to complete course 

Oct. 1918; (Further details not available). 
Anderson, John Franklin; University Coll. 1917, (b.a. 1920), Knox; c.o.t.c 

43rd Hwr. Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Jan. 1916; 56th Bty., Mar. 1916; 55th Bty., Feb. 

19 17; France, Aug. 19 17; Lens- Arras, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, Valenciennes. 
Anderson, Norman Macdonald; b.a. University Coll. 1917; c.o.t.c; ist Hwr. Bde., 

67th, u. of t., c.f.a. , Gnr., Oct. 1916; France, Aug. 1917, 6th Bty., [c.f.a. 

Cnr.-Sgr. ; Lens, Passchendaele, Lens-Arras, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Anderson, Ralph Mackenzie; b.a.sc 1910; Cps. of Guides, Lieut. 

4th Can. Div. Cyclist Depot, Lieut., Feb. 1916; 74th Bn.; 67th Can. Pion. Bn.; 

France, Aug. 1916; 4th Can. Pion. Bn., att. Can. Cps. Light Ry., May 1917; 

2nd Tramway Coy., c.e., Nov. 1917; Capt., Mar. 1918; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, 

Hill 70, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Courcelette, Nov. 19 16. 



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Anderson, Roy Melville; d.d.s. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.D.c, M.D. 3, Lieut., May 1917; Capt., May 1918. 

Anderson, Wilfrid Berry; Victoria 19 18; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn.; o/s. June 1918. 

Anderson, William Harold Kerr; b.a. University Coll. 1893, m.b. 1897; c.a.m.c, 
C.A.M.c, No. 4 Fd. Amb., Capt., Nov. 1914; France, Sept., [m.d. ii, Capt. 

1915; No. 13 Can. Fd. Amb., Major, Mar. 1916; Lt.-Col., May 1918; St. Eloi, 
Sanctuary Wood, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens-Scarpe sec, 
Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Croix de Guerre avec Palme, Vimy, Mar. 19 17; d.s.o., 
Arras, Sept. 2-5, 1918; Despatches July 1919. 

Andrew, Allen Terry; b.v.sc. 19 16; c.o.t.c. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., July 1916; Capt., July 1917; France, Aug. 1916, No. 6 Vety. 
Hosp.; No. 4 Vety. Hosp.; att. 150th Bde., r.f.a.; att. 149th Bde., r.f.a., 30th 
Div., Jan. 1917; Somme, Arras, Messines, Passchendaele, St. Quentin, Merville; 
No. 3 Vety. Hosp.; Hdqrs. Bethune sub-area. 

Andrew, Oliver F.; Medicine 1919; c.o.t.c. 

1st Bn., 1st C.O.R., Pte., May 1918; c.a.m.c, Pte. 

Andrewes, Edward; Applied Science 1897, Diploma. 

2/7th R. Welsh Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., Sept. 19 14; Lieut., Apl. 19 15; 6oth Div. 
, Sig. Coy., R.E., Lieut., Apl. 1915; Capt., Oct. 1916; France, June 1916; Arras, 
Roclincourt, Neuville St. Vaast; Macedonia, Dec. 19 16; Karamudli, Vardar, 
Doiran; Palestine, July 1917; Beersheba, Sharia, Jerusalem, Jericho, Jordan, 
Sharon (Sept. 1918). 

Andrews, John Regin.\ld Chester; Veterinary Coll. 1909-10. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Sept. 1915; Capt., Sept. 1916; att. 26th Div. a.s.c; Egypt, 
Salonica (1916-18), S. Russia, Persia. 

Andrews, Leonard Robb; b.sc.f. 19 13; 102nd Regt., Lieut. 

54th Bn., Lieut., Oct. 1915; r.f.c, Lieut.; Salonica, Aug. 1916; Capt. and 
Fit. Cmdr., Feb. 1918; Major and Sqdn. Cmdr., Sept. 1918. 

Andrews, Thomas Wesley Ferguson Gee; Victoria 1916; c.o.t.c 
Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt., July 19 18. 

Anger, Harry Dell; b.a. University Coll. 19 10; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut., May 1917; Lieut., 
Nov. 1918; Palestine, Oct. 1917, 53rd (Welsh) Div. Ammun. Col.; 266th Bde., 
r.f.a., 53rd Div., Jan. 1918; Beersheba, Khuwciifeh, Hcbron-Bethlehcm- 
Jerusalem, Nablus Rd. sec. (Dec. 1917), Tel Asur (Mar. 1918), Jericho sec, 
Khurbet-Abu-Malul — Akrabeh. 

Anglin, George Chambers; m.b. 1914. 

c.a.m.c, Lieut., Nov. 1914; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; France, July 1915, 
M.o. Worcestershire Regt.; M.o. East Lancashire Regt., Capt., May 19 16; 
Neuve Chapelle, Festubert sec, Somme, Ancre; In\-alided Jan. 1917; c.a.m.c, 
Capt., Sept. 1917. 

Anguish, John Harold; phm.b. 19 18. 

C.E., Spr., May 1918; c.a.m.c, m.d. 4, Sergt; 

Angus, Justin Chesterfield; Applied Science 1918; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr.; France, iith Bde. Hdcirs; (Further details not available). 

Apps, CarlOvery; Mctlicine 1917. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 

Ardogast, Edwin Constant; b.a. University Coll. 1909, m.a. 1910. 

3rd Can. Ammun. Sub-Park, Pte., Mar. 19 16; 4th Can. Div. Supply Col., Pie.; 
France, Aug. 1916; L-Cpl., Dec. 1916; Cpl., July IQ17; Somme, Vimy, Pass- 
chendaele, Arras sec; K.A.F., Cadet, May n>i.S; Lieut., Mar. 1919. 



176 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Archer, George Barnes; m.b. 1904. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., May 1916; Capt., May 1917; France, June 1916, No. 2 c.c.s.; 

M.O., 30th Labour Group, May 1918; Bailleul, Ebblinghem, Hazebrouck area; 

No. 4 Sta. Hosp., St. Omer, Dec. 19 18. 
Archer, William Lawrence; b.a. Trinity 1905, m.a. 1906; 44th Regt., Hon. Capt. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. Sist Bn., Capt., Oct. 1915; France, Feb. 1916, No. 3 

c.c.s. ; 1st Can. Inf. Bde.; loth Bn., Can. Ry. Tps.; No. I Distr., Can. For. 

Cps., and Can. School of Gunnery. 
Archib.vld, Cedric Hughes; b.a. University Coll. 1914, m.b. 1918. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Ypres, Festubert, 

Givenchy; Wounded, Givenchy, June 15, 1915; Invalided Mar. 1916; c.A.M.c, 

M.D. I, Lieut., May 1918; a/o.c, r.a.f. Hosp., Long Branch; e.m.o. and 

Asst. to A.D.M.S., Embarkation c.s.c, 
Archibald, Edward Blake; Victoria 1905-07. 

Y.M.C.A., Capt., June 1915; France, July 1915, att. Can. Corps Hdqrs., Physical 

Director. 
Archibald, James Will Dixson; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; R. Can. Naval Air Svce., Sept. 1918; 

o/s. Sept. 1918; r.a.f. , Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1919. 
Archibald, Samuel Wallace; Education 1914. 

119th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; Sergt.; France, 58th Bn., Lieut.; Wounded 

Oct. I, 1918. 
Archibald, Thomas Dickson; m.b. 1899; 9th Horse. 

8th C.M.R., Capt., Feb. 1915; c.a.m.c, Eng., Capt., Nov. 1915; France, 1916; 

Major, June 1916; Somme (July-Nov. 1916); Returned Feb. 1917. 
Argue, Henry Harold; m.b. 1913. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut.; Capt.; m.c, Nov. 19 16; (Further details not available). 
Arkell, Herbert Edward; m.b. 1896; 25th Regt. Amb. Corps, Pte. 

c.A.M.c, s.'M.o., M.D. I, Capt., Jan. 1918; Transport duty. Mar. 1919. 
Arksey, George Albert; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.t.c 

256th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1917; A/Sergt.; France, June 1917, loth Bn., Can. Ry. 

Tps., Sergt.; Nieuport, Ypres (Sept. 1917), Vimy (June 1918), Lys sec. 

(Aug. 1918); Mil. Medal, Ypres, Jan. 1918. 
Abmer, James Cameron; b.a.sc 1910. 

C.E., M.D. 2, Lieut., Dec. 1916; St. John's, Que., Nov. 1917; Discharged, 

medically unfit, Feb. 19 18. 
Armitage, William Robert Ramsay; m.a. 1913, Wycliffe. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 234th Bn., Capt., June 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; 12th 

Res. Bn.; France, Nov. 19 17, No. 7 Can. Sta. Hosp.; 3rd Bn., Jan. 19 18; 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, gaz. June 1919. 
Armour, Archibald Douglas; b.a. Trinity 1902, m.a. 1903; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

74th Bn., Capt. and Adjt., June 1915; Major, Mar. 1916; Hdqrs. Staff, Bram- 

shott, Bde. Musketry OfTr.; France, Mar. 1917; Injured; Invalided Dec. 1917. 
Armour, Donald John; b.a. University Coll. 1891, m.b. 1894, f.r.c.s.; r.a.m.c.(s.r.), 

B.A. M.c. , Major, Aug. 1914; Lt.-Col.; [Lieut., Surg, to K. Edward's Horse. 

Queen's Can. Mil. Hosp., Surgeon-in-Chief; King George Mil. Hosp., 

Surg; Roland Garden OfTrs.' Hosp.; Hamilton OfTrs.' Hosp.; i.o.d.e. Can. Red 

Cross Oflfrs.' Hosp.; St. Katharine's Lodge Amer. Red Cross Oflfrs.' Hosp.; 

Mil. Hosp., Southall; Queen Alexandra Mil. Hosp., Specialist; New End Mil. 

Hosp., i/c Surg. Div.; No. 16 and No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosps., Consulting Surg.; 

C.M.G., June 3, 1918; Mentioned, Services, twice. 



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Armour, Eric Normax; b.a. University ColL 1899, Board of Governors; 36th Regt,, 

74th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 19 15; 95th Bn., Capt., Nov. 19 15; Major, [Lieut. 

Mar. 1 9 16; o/s. June 19 16; Permt. Pres. District Court Martials, Nov. 19 16; 

A.G. Br., Hdqrs., London, June 1917; France, July 19 18, Court Martial Offr., 

Can. Corps; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Armour, Robert Gardiner; b.a. Trinity 1904, m.b. 1908, Staff; c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Mar. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; Major, 

May 1917; Neurological Consultant, m.d. 10, July 19 18. 
Armstrong, Arthur Chester; m.b. 1911. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., June 1915; o/s. June 1915; No. 11 Can. Gen. Hosp. and M.o. 

23rd Res. Bn.; France, Nov. 19 15; Conducting duty, Le Havre-Canada; No. i 

Can. Gen. Hosp., Feb. 19 16; No. 9 Can. Fd. Amb., July 19 16; M.o. 2nd c.m.r., 

Aug. 1916; Ypres sec, Somme, Vimy; Gassed, Vimy, Apl. 1917; m.d. 12; R. 

Jubilee Hosp., m.d. ii; Discharged Feb. 1918; French Croix de Guerre avec 

Palme, Somme, Sept. 1916; M.C., gaz. Aug. 1917. 
Armstrong, Arthur Gordon; Medicine 1920; c.o.t.c. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., May 19 18; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; H.M.s. 'Heather'. 
Armstrong, Benjamin Douglas; b.a. Llniversity Coll. 1915, Knox; c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Feb. 1916; Hdqrs., C.E., T.D.; France, Oct. 1918, 3rd Tnlg. 

Coy., C.E., Spr.; Lille, Tournai, Courtrai. 
Armstrong, Charles Harold Algeo; b.a. Llniversity Coll. 19 11. 

73rd Bn., Lieut., July 1915; France, Aug. 1916; Capt. and Adjt., Feb. 1917; 

Ypres, Yierstraat, Somme, Vimy. 
Armstrong, Eddie Fisher; Applied Science 1920; c.o.t.c. 

R.A.F., Cadet, 19 18. 
Armstrong, Ernest Fpederick; d.d.s. 1904; 97th Regt., Capt., T/Lt.-Col. 

159th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, Oct. 19 15; France, Mar. 19 18, att. c.a.m.c. No. 13 

Fd. Amb., Capt.; lOth Inf. Bde., Evacuation Offr.; Lt.-Col., Oct. 1918; Lens- 
Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Armstrong, Ewen Cameron; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

R.A.F., Leaside, 2/a.m., July 1918. 
Armstrong, George Herbert Lawrence; m.b. 1902. 

R.A.M.C.y Lieut., 19 15; Egypt, Dec. 19 15, m.o. 31st Div. Train, A.s.c; El Kan- 

tara, Sinai; Invalided May 19 16. 
Armstrong, George Hugh; Trinity 19 17. 

Can. Gen. List, Lieut., Nov. 19 15; r.f.c, Lieut.; France, June 1916, 6th Sqdn.; 

19th Sqdn.; r.a.f., Capt., June 1918; Air Force Cross. 
Armstrong, Gordon Wilson; b.a. Victoi-ia 1913, m.b. 1916. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., June 1916; Capt., June 1917; Mesopotamia, July 1916, M.o. 

8th North Staffordshire Regt.; France, Mar. 19 17; Messines, Passchendaele; 

Wounded, Hill 60, June 7, 19 17; Wounded and gassed, Passchendaele, Sept. 

1917; C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt. and Adjt., Jan. 1918; o.c, a.m.c, 

T.D., M.D. 2, Aug. 1918; Major, Jan. 1919; D.s.o., Passchendaele, Sept. 1917; 

Despatches Sept. 1917. 
Armstrong, Harold Grover; m.b. 1920. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., May 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. '\'iola'; North Sea. 
Armstrong, Hakrv Everett; Education 19 13. 

Cobourg Hvy. Bty., Lieut., Jan. 1916; cf.a. Res., Jul\- iqi6; o 's. Sept. 1916; 

Can. School of Artillery, Instr., Sept. 1916; France, nth Bty., Cf.a. 
Armstrong, Howard Brown; b.a. University Coll. 1916, Education 1918; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of t., Bty., CF.A., Gnr., Dec. 1917; Fn nee, Oct. 1918, Cps. Sig. Sch. 
— ir. 



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Armstrong, John Alexander; d.d.s. 1890; 43rd Regt., Capt. 

c.A.D.C, Lt.-Col., Apl. 1915; Dir. of Dental Svces., Folkstone, Col., Aug. 1915; 
France, Aug. 1915, att. No. 2 Can. Fd. Amb.; 2nd Can. Div. Hdqrs., Sept. 1915; 
France, June 1916, and Jan. 1918; Can. Corps Hdqrs., Feb. 1918; Messines, 
Vimy (Feb. 1918); c.m.g., Jan. 1918; c.b.e., June 1919; Mentioned, Services, 
Dec. 1917 and Feb. 1918. 

Armstrong, Lewis C; Education 19 13. 

Enl. June 1916; France, ist Bn.; Wounded Oct. 2, 1918. 

Armstrong, Robert King; Applied Science 1917; 4th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A. , Lieut., Oct. 1916; Med. unfit, Nov. 1916; u. of t. 
o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Jan. 1917; r.f.c, Canada, Lieut., Mar. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut. 

Armstrong, Thomas Eugene; Applied Science 1916; c.o.t.c. 

26th Bty., c.f.a. , Gnr., Mar. 1915; 21st Hwr. Bty., Sgr.; France, Jan. 1916; 
Cpl.; Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras — 
Valenciennes; Wounded, Passchendaele, Oct. 1917, and Drocourt-Queant, Sept. 
3, 1918; Mil. Medal, Vimy, Apl. 1917. 

Armstrong, Vernon Walton; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c. Col. -Sergt. 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Sergt., May 1916; 216th Bn., Lieut., June 1916; France, 
Nov. 1917, 4th Bn., Lieut.; Hill 70, Amiens, Arras — Denain; Wounded, Amiens, 
Aug. 9, 1918. 

Armstrong, Wilfrid Ernest; b.v.sc. 1915. 

R.A.V.C, Lieut., July 1915; Capt., July 1916; France, Dec. 1915, att. 156th Bde., 
33rd Div.; I20th Bde. and 122nd Bde., 38th Div.; i8oth Bde., i6th Div.; 
Somme, Ypres (1917), Kemmel, St. Quentin (1918), Ypres (1918); Despatches 
June 1919. 

Armstrong, William DuNWOODiE; Applied Science 1917; c.o.t.c. 

6th Fd. Coy., C.E., Spr., Feb. 1915; R.a.f., Lieut.; Mil. Medal, Passchendaele, 
Nov. 19 17; (Further details not available). 

Armstrong, William Joseph; University Coll. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

r.a.f.. Cadet, Apl. 1918; Re-enl. 2/a.m., Dental Mechanic, June 1918; Dis- 
charged Aug. 1918. 

Arthur, Edward Charles; b.a. Victoria 1880, m.a. 1883, m.d., cm. Trinity 1888. 

C.A.M.c, No. 12 Fd. Amb., Capt., May 1916; a.d.m.s. Staff, Bramshott, Aug. 
1916; France, June 1917, No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp.; att. No. 3 c.i.b.d., Etaples, 
July 1917; C.G.B.D., Etaples, Sept. 1917; M.o. Can. For. Cps., No. 5 Jura Distr., 
Nov. 1917; No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp., May 1918; Med. Bds., Bramshott and 
Witley, Witley Spec. Hosp., Feb. 1919; Hosp. ship svce., June 1919. 

Arthur, Robert Maurice; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.t.c 

25th Bty., c.f.a. , Gnr., Mar. 1915; 23rd Bty.; France, Jan. 1916; St. Eloi, 
Sanctuary Wood, Somme, Vimy, Lens; Can. For. Cps., London Hdqrs., July 
1917; No. 3 Can. For. Dist. Hdqrs., Carlisle; A/Sergt., Apl. 1919. 

Arthur, Wilfrid Stewart; Medicine 1920; 97th Regt., Lieut. 

159th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; 38th Bn.; France, Dec. 1916, Can. Cps. Tram- 
ways, Mar. 1917; Vimy; Returned to complete course Sept. 1917. 

Asbury, Fbank Clarke; b.a. Victoria 191 1, m.a. 1913, Education 1915; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., June 1917; o/s. Nov. 1917; Transf., Admiralty 
Research Board. 

Ashbourne, Elmo Linfield; Victoria 1918, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c 

R.N.C.V.R., Sub-Lieut., Aug. 1917; Atlantic Coast Patrol, Aug. -Dec. 1917. June 
1918-Apl. 1919; Esquimalt Base, Dec. 1917-June 1918. 

Ashbourne, Thomas Gordon William; b.a. Victoria 19 17; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; Cpl., May 1916; Sergt., Aug. 1916; 



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R.G.A., Sec. Lieut.; Lieut., Feb. 1919; France, Oct. 1917; Ypres, Menin Road; 
Gassed, Ypres, Oct. 1917. 

AsHFORTH, Alfred; Applied Science 19 14. 

48th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1916; 55th Bty.; France, Aug. 1917; Lens, Vimy, 
Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 

AsHTON, Ernest Charles; m.d., cm. Trinity 1898; 32nd Bty., c.f.a., Lt.-Col., o.c. 
36th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, Jan. 1915; o/s. June 1915; o.c. 9th Res. Inf. Bde., Col., 
Sept. 1915; o.c. Can.Tr. Div., Shorncliffe, Nov. 1916; T/Btig.-Gen., Mar. 1917; 
G.o.c 15th Can. Inf. Bde., Apl. 1917; A/Adjt. -General, Canada, Nov. 1917; 
T/Major-General, Jan. 1918; Can. Militia, Adjt. -General, Aug. 1919; c.m.g., 
Jan. I, 1918; Mentioned, Services, Feb. 1917 and Aug. 1917. 

Aspland, Willl\m Harold Graham; m.d., cm. Trinity 1897. 

British Red Cross, French 3rd Army Corps, H6pital temp., Medecin-en-Chef, 
1914-1915; Serbian Army, i/c Base Hosp., Major, 1915-16; Prisoner of War, 
Austria, Dec. 1915; Liberated Mar. 1916; Russian Army, i/c Fd. Hosp., Col., 
1916-17; Persian, Turkish, Galician and Roumanian fronts; r.a.m.c, Major; 
No. 3 Native Labour Gen. Hosp., 1917-18; No. 3 n.l. Gen. Hosp., Lt.-Col. i/c 
and s.m.o. Chinese Labour Cps.; Serbian Order of St. Sava, 3rd Class; Serbian 
Red Cross Order; Russian St. George's Medal; Russian Order of St. Vladimir, 
4th Class; 1914-15 Medal. 

Atkey, Richmond Henry; d.d.s. 1915; c.o.t.c 

c.a.m.c. No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 1915; Cpl.; o/s. Apl. 1915; c.a.d.c, Sergt., 
Lieut., Capt.; France, Feb. 19 16, att. No. 8 Can. Fd. Amb.; Ypres, Somme, 
Arras, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Vimy sec; Invalided Mar. 1918. 

Atkin, Gilbert McIntosh; m.b. 1902. 

c.a.m.c, d/a.d.m.s., m.d. 13, Capt., Oct. 1916; o/s. May 19 17; Shorncliffe area; 
King's Can. Spec. Hosp., Bushey Park, Aug. 1917; Returned Aug. 1918. 

Atkinson, Charles Francis; m.b. 1909. 

c.a.m.c, m.o. 202nd Bn., Capt., A] I. 1916; o/s. Nov. 1916; France, Jan. 1918, 
No. II Can. Fd. Amb.; M.o. 44th Pn.; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 11, 1918. 

Atkinson, Garnet Stewart; d.d.s. 1915; c.o.t.c 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Cnr., Mar. 1915; Sergt., Apl. 1915; c.a.d.c, Lieut., May 1915; 
Capt., June 1915; France, Aug. 1915, att. No. 2 Can. Fd. Amb.; Ploegsteert 
sec, Messines sec, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Noulette sec; Invalided 
and discharged Dec. 191/; c.a.d.c, m.d. i, Capt., Sept. 1918. 

Atkinson, George Elmer; Victoria 1919; c.o.t.c 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Cnr., Mar. 1916; 66th Bty., c.f.a., Bdr.; France, Aug. 1917; 
Lens, Vimy, Arras sees., Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — \'akncienncs. 

Atkinson, George F.; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

c.a.d.c, Pte., June 1917; R.f.c, Sec. Lieut., Aug. 1917; o s. Dec. 1917; R.a.f., 
Lieut.; Injured; Discharged July 1918. 

Atkinson, Hakworth; b.a. Victoria 1916; c.o.t.c > 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Jan. 1916; France, Oct. 1916,4th Div. Sig. Coy., Spr.; Somme, 
Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Valenciennes. 

Atkinson, Roy George; University Coll. 1915; 34th Regt., Lieut. 

Ii6th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; 73rd Bn., Aug. 1916; France, Aug. 1916; In- 
valided; r.f.c, Lieut., Mar. 1917; k.a.f. 

Atkinson, Walter Lawrence; PIducation 1914, (Medicine 1924); c.s.c.i., Lieut. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1916; o/s. May 1916; 5th Div. Sig. Coy.; France, 
Sept. 1918, C.E.; Aubin St. Vaast. 

Atkinson, \\ 11.1 i am Donald Trench; b.a. University Coll. 1912, Education 1913; 
129th 1^11., I.icul., Nov. 1915; 123rd Can. Pion. Bn.; l77'li Rt'gt^-. Lieut. 



i8o UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

France, Mar. 1917; Vimy, i\vion; Injured and invalided Sept. 1917; 3rd 
Res. Bn. 

Atwell, William Clarence; University Coll. 1918, Medicine 1920; c.o.T.c. 
R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., May 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 'Linnet'. 

AuDEN, Kenneth Francis; Medicine 1920; loth Regt., Lieut. 

123rd Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, Mar. 1917, 123rd Can. Pion. Bn., Lieut.; 
Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918, 

Augustine, Alpheus Price; Applied Science 1907, Diploma. 

C.E., Spr., Sept. 1916; Lieut., Dec. 1916; r.e., Lieut.; Capt., Apl. 1919; France, 
Dec. 1917, R-E., 124th Fd. Coy.; Armentieres; Gassed, Houplines, Mar. 1918; 
N. Russian Ex. F., 1918-19. 

Auld, James Cresswell; University Coll. 1916; i6th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

14th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., Oct. 1914; Hdqrs. 4th Bde., c.f.a.; France, Sept. 1915, 
i6th Bty.; 3rd Bty.; 4th Bty., Capt., A o.c; Art. Adjt., Ross Bks.; 2nd Bty., 
A/Major; Ypres-Ploegsteert, St. Eloi, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Amiens, Arras, 
Cambrai; Wounded May 1916, Oct. 1916, Oct. 1918; m.c, gaz. June 1916; Bar 
to M.c, gaz. Nov. 1916; Second Bar to M.c, Sailly, Sept. 18, 1918. 

Austin, Allan McNiece; Victoria 1918; co.t.c 

130th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; R. West Surrey Regt., Sec. Lieut.; France, Aug. 
1916, 1st R. West Surrey Regt.; Somme; Wounded, Le Transloy, Nov. 3, 1916; 
3rd Res. Bn., R.W. Surrey Regt., Bombing Offr.; Lieut., July 1917; India, 
Feb. 1918, att. 1st Garrison Bn., Somerset Light Infantry; Rawal Pindi; Admin. 
Staff, India, Nov. 1918. 

Austin, Frank Douglas; b.a.sc. 1915. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Oct. 1914; L-Cpl., July 1915; Motor-cyclist sec; France, 
Sept. 1915, 2nd Div. Sig. Coy., L-Cpl.; 2/Cpl., Nov. 1915; Kemmel sec, Ypres, 
Somme, Hill 70, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, Villers- 
au-Bois, Aug. 26, 1917, and Guesmes, Nov. 1918. 

Austin, James William; Victoria 1918; co.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Jan. 1916; France, Sept. 1916, 1st Div. Sig. Coy., Spr.; att. 
2nd Art. Bde. Hdqrs.; att. ist Inf. Bde. Hdqrs.; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 
chendaele, Lens-Arras; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 

Austin, Randolph; b.s.a. 191 i. 

43rd Hwr. Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Dec. 1915; France, July 1916; Ypres, Somme, 
Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 

Avery, Charles Ruglas; b.a.sc 1913, m.a.sc 1915; co.t.c 

C.E., Spr., Feb. 1915; 13th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1915; Bdr., Cpl.; 27th Bty., 
c.f.a., Lieut., Apl. 1917; Ploegsteert-Ypres, St. Eloi, Somme, Lens, Hill 70, 
Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes. • 

Avery, Clarence Hambly; d.d.s. 1920. 
c.A.D.c, Sergt. 

Aykroyd, George Cecil; Applied Science 1918; co.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Nov. 1915; 30th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr.; 48th Bty.; 12th Bde. 
Hdqrs., c.f.a.; 13th Bde. Hdqrs.; 5th Div. Sig. Coy., Spr.; France, Aug. 19 17; 
Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes. 

Aylesworth, a. C; m.b. Victoria 1890. 

C.A.M.C, A.D.M.S. Staff, M.D. I, Capt. 

Aylesworth, McGillivray; b.a. University Coll. 1912. 

6th Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; ist Can. Motor m.g. Bde.; Wounded Oct. 9, 1916; 
Sub-staflf, Hdqrs. Can., Hastings; Cpl., Feb. 1917; Cadet, Mar. 1917; Invalided, 
C.M.G. Depot; F"rancc, Apl. 1918; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 



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Babcock, Frederick Ernest; d.d.s. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.D.C, Sergt.; Returned to complete course Nov. 1917. 
Backus, Harold Storey; University Coll. 19 19. 

R.A.F., Cadet, May 19 18. 
Badgerow, George Washington; m.b. 1894, f.r.c.s., l.r.c.p., m.r.c.s. 

C.A.M.C, Lt.-Col., Consulting Surgeon (Throat, nose and ear) — Can. 

Throat, Nose & Ear Clinic, London area; No. 15 Can. Gen*. Hosp.; No. 16 

Can. Gen. Hosp.; Can. Red Cross Off rs.' Hosp.; i.o.d.e. Hosp.; King's Can. 

Red Cross Hosp., Bushey Park; Milton Hill Mil. Hosp.; S. African Mil. Hosp., 

Richmond Park; c.m.g., June 19 18; Hon. Assoc, Order St. John of Jerusalem, 

Dec. 1919; Mentioned, Services, Aug. 1918 and Feb. 1920. 
Badgley, Leonard Amey; b.a.sc. 1912. 

R.A.F., Cadet, Apl. 1918; Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1918. 
Bagshaw, Daniel Judson; d.d.s. 1904. 

C.A.D.C, Capt.; att. Can. Conval. Hosp., Uxbridge. 
Bailey, Benjamin Studley; d.d.s. 1905. 

C.A.D.C, M.D. 10, Lieut., Feb. 1916; Capt., Apl. 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916; Shoreham 

Area 1917. 
Bailey, Norman Samuel; d.d.s. 1914.' 

c..\.D.c., Capt. 
Baillie, William; m.b. 1907; 12th Regt., Capt. 

35th Bn., Major, Apl. 1915; o/s. Oct. 1915; c.a.m.c. Major; o.c Central Mil. 

Hosp., M.D. 2; (Further details not available). 
Baillie, William Harold Trevorrow; b.a. University Coll. 19 11, m.a. 19 12, m.b. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Lieut., Dec. 1916; Capt., Apl. 1917; o/s. Mar. [1915, Staff. 

1917; att. 4th, 19th and 15th Res. Bns.; a.d.m.s. Staff, Bramshott; France, 

May 1918, No. 2 Can. Fd. Amb.; cc.r.d.; att. No. 23 C.c.s., Aug. 1918; M.o. 

14th Bde., C.F.A.; m.o. ist Can. Div. Train; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — 

Valenciennes; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Med. Bds., Witley; C.D.D., Buxton. 
Baines, William Henry; University Coll. 19 13-15, Wycliffe; c.o.t.c , 

Can. Cyclist Corps, Pte., Feb. 1915; L-Cpl., Apl. 1916; France, Sept. 1915; 

Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Somme, Nov. 1916; Impl. Tank Corps, Sec' 

Lieut., -July 1917; Wounded and gassed Aug. 1917; Can. Cyclist Corps, Lieut., 

Sept. 1917; Cambrai, Valenciennes, Mons. 
Baird, William Forbes; d.d.s. 1915; c.o.t.c 

C.A.D.C, Lieut., May 1916; att. Petawawa; Capt., Nov. 1916; O/'s. Dec. 1916; 

Witley and London area; France, Aug. 1918, att. No. 9 Can. Fd. Amb.; Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai. 
Baird, Wilmot Johnston; b.a.sc 1911. 

c.a.s.c, 1st Div. Train, Cpl., Aug. 1914; q.m.s., Jan. 1915; France, Feb. 

1915; 8th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., June 1916; Bdr., Sept. 1916; R.G.A., Sec. Lieut., 

Aug. 1917; Lieut., Jan. 1919; Armentieres, Ypres, Bethune, Ploegsteert (1915). 

Ypres, Somme (1916), BuUy-Grenay (1917), Lens, Bapaume (1918), Somme, 

Gouzeaucourt, Solcsmes, Le Quesnoy, Forct de Mormal, Hautmont, Maubeuge; 

M.c, Somme, Apl. 5, 1918; Bar to M.c, Achiet-le-Grand, Aug. 23, 1918. 
Baker, Albert Henry; m.m. 191 1. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., 1917; Capt.; Transport svce., Cliina, Dec. 1918. 
Baker, Harold Edward; m.b. 1920; c.o.t.c 

1st Depot Bn., c.o.r., Pte., May 1918. 
Baker, Herbert William; b.a. X'ictoria 1907, m.b. 1909. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Capt., June 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp. 



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Baker, Jessie Robinson (Mrs.); b.a. University Coll. 1916. 

Women's Hospital Corps, Mil. Hosp., Endell St., London, Nurse, Feb. 1917. 
Baker, Lloyd Lennox; Victoria 1921, (Medicine 1924). 

R.A.F., Cadet, May 1918. 
Baker, Maurice Daniel; m.d., cm. Trinity 1898. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Mesopotamia, May 1916; M.o. Oxford & Bucks L.I.; 

No. I Brit. Gen. Hosp.; Amara, L. of c; Returned Mar. 1917. 
Baker, Vernon Ewart; b.a. University Coll. 1920; c.o.x.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., Gnr., June 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; Can. Res. Art.; c.a.p.c, 

Dec. 1918; A/Cpl., Jan. 1919. 
Balbaud, Paul; Staff, University Coll. 1914. 

French Army, Cycle Cps., Pte., Aug. 19 14; Marne, Aisna, Vieux Berguin, 19 14; 

Armentieres, Neuve Chapelle, Aubers, Fromelle, Montdidier sec, 1915; att. ist 

British Army, Lieut. Interpreter, Sept. 1916; Vimy, 1917; att. 27th Sqdn., 

R.A.F., Amiens, 1918; 1st Brit. Army, Armentieres, Arras; att. American Mission, 

Hdqrs., Marshal Foch; att. British Mission, Hdqrs., Marshal Petain. 
Baldwin, John Macleod; b.a. Trinity 1899, m.d., cm. Trinity 1903. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Jan. 1917; o/s. Mar. 1917; m.o. 23rd Res. Bn.; France, June 

1918, No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 6 Distr., Can. For. Cps. 
Baldwin, Lawrence Counsell Martin; b.a.sc 1913. 

King Edward's Horse, Tpr., 1914; 9th South Lancashire Regt., Sec. Lieut.; 

Capt., Aug. 1917; Salonica. 
Balfour, Gordon Bruce; b.a. University Coll. 1907; gth Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

70th Bty., C.F.A. , Capt., o.c Apl. 1916; Major, Jan. 1917; R.G.A.; France, 

Nov. 1917, o.c. 28th Siege Bty.; o.c. 7th Siege Bty.; o.c. 366th Siege Bty.; 

att. 34th Div., 2nd Corps, h.a. Liaison Ofifr.; Cambrai, Armentieres, Ypres. 
Balkwill, Stafford Russell; Education 19 15. 

69th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., July 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 3rd Can. Div. Amman. 

Col.; 3rd Div. T.M. Bty.; Wounded, Neuville St. Vaast, Feb. 19 17; 3rd Can. 

Siege Bty., C.G.A., June 1917; France, June 1917; Vimy sec, Passchendaele, 

Lens- Vimy sec, Canal du Nord, Cambrai — Mons. 
Ball, Francis Henry; Trinity 1908. 

3rd Univ. Coy., p.p.cl.i., Pte., Aug. 1915; Cpl., Dec. 1915; Sergt., Apl. 1916; 

London Rifle Bde., Sec. Lieut., Aug. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, isf London Rifle 

Bde.; Richebourg St. Vaast, Aubers Ridge, Arras, Ypres, Cambrai; Wounded, 

Aubers Ridge, Feb. 1917; Shell-shocked and gassed, Cambrai, Nov. 9, 1917; 

Discharged Aug. 1918. 
Ball, Frederick St. Clare Widmer; b.a.sc 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Spr., July 1916; Sergt., Aug. 1916; M.D. i (i/c electr. constr. and miintce.). 
Ball, Frederic William; Veterinary Coll. 1914-1916. 

133rd Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; France, 123rd Can. Pion. Bn.; Wounded (ampu- 
tation), Passchendaele, Oct. 21, 1917. 
Ball, Harold DeWitt; m.b. 1910, Staff; Prov. Lieut. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Oct. 1916; Capt.; o/s. Oct. 1916; No. 11 Can. Gsn. Hosp.; 

No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, Nov. 1918, No. 8 Can. Sta, Hosp. and No. 9 

Fd. Amb.; M.o. i/c Red Cross Hosp., Maidenhead, Berks. 30; Burley Camp, 

Aldershot; c.r.a. Hosp., Witley. 
Ball, Muriel Amanda Sparks (Mrs.); University Coll. 1914. 

o/s. Oct. 1916; Can. Field Comforts Com., ShornclifTe; Brit. Red Cross, Asst.- 

Qr.-Mr.; Lieut., Dec. 1917; Red Cross Hosp., Berks. 30, Asst. Qr.-Mr. 
Ball, Oliver Vaughan; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.t.c; 2nd Regt., 

47th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Feb. 1916; Hdqrs., i6th Bde., c.f.a.; Hdqrs., [A/Sergt. 



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13th Bde., Bdr., Mar. 1917; France, Aug. 1917, C.E., 5th Div. Sig. Coy., Spr , 
L-CpL; Lens- Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — -Valenciennes; MiL Medal, 
Amiens, Aug. 1918. 
Ball, Stanley Stafford; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.c, No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut.; Capt., Gallipoli — Hosp. 
ship; Egypt, 1915; India, Mesopotamia (1916) ; C.A.M.c, Capt.; Whitby Conv. 
Hosp., Mar. 1918. 
Ball, Willl\m King; University Coll. 1919; 22nd Regt., Lieut. - 

i6ist Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; Machine Gun Instr.; France, Apl. 1918, 47th Bn., 
Lieut.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai. Valenciennes. 
Ball, William Vance; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. OS. Tr. Coy., Pte., June 1917; o/s. Nov. 1917; Transf., Admiralty 
Research Board. 
Ballantyne, Charles Clarke; m.b. 19 14. 

C.A.M.c, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt., May 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916; No. 11 Can. Gen. 
Hosp.; West Cliff Can. Eye and Ear Hosp., Aug. 1917; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., 
Jan. 1919. 
Ballantyne, Leslie Rutherford; University Coll. 1918, Knox; c.o.t.c 

43rd Hwr. Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Jan. 1916; Bdr., June 1917; France, July 1916; 
Ypres sec, Kemmel, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; W^ounded, Pass- 
chendaele, Dec. 3 1917; Lieut., Oct. 1918; Transf., y.m.c.a. 
Ballantyne, Peter Melville; University Coll. 1919, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Apl. 1917; France, Oct. 1917, att. ist Can. Inf. Bde.; Arras, 
Lens. 
Ballantyne, Thomas Whitson; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.c, M.D. I, Capt., Aug. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; M.o. 5th Can. Res. Bn.; 
France, Aug._i9i8, No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 4 Can. Fd. Amb.; M.o. 5th Bde., 
C.F.A. ; M.o. 26th and 28th Bns.; Buissy Switch, Canal du Nord — Mons. 
Ballard, George William Mercier; b.a. University Coll. 1904, m.a. 1905, ll.b. 
4th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; [1911; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

Wounded, Ypres, Apl. 23, 1915; 76th Bn. (Canada), Capt., July 1915; Major, 
Sept. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1916; 13th Bn. Inf., CD. F., Lt. -Col., Apl. 1917; Dept. of 
Militia and Defence, A.D., Estates Br., Jan. 1918. 
Balls, George Herbert; b.a. University Coll. 1898; c.o.t.c (u. of Man.) . 

Inf. School of Instr., m.d. id, Capt., 2nd i/c, Mar. 1916; Cmdt., Apl. 1917; i/c 
Inf. School of Instr., Camp St. Charles, July 1917; Injured; Discharged June 
1918. 
Banbury, Perley; Victoria 1919; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 2nd Can. Div. 
Ammun. Col.; i6th Bty., C.F.A. ; Vimy, Lens, Amiens, etc. 
Banbury, Thomas Roy; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.t.c 

63rd lUy., C.F.A., Lieut., Sept. 1916; France, Oct. 1917, 58th Bn.. Lieut.; Pass- 
chendaele, Lens sec; Can. Res. Art.; France, Aug. 1918, 40th Bty., c.f.a., 
Lieut.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; Wounded, Valenciennes, Oct. 
26, 1918. 
Banks, Hubert Raymond; b.a.sc 1914; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1916; ce., sth Div., Lieut.; 123rd Can. Pion. 
Bn.; France, Mar. 1917; 7th Bn., ce., Lieut., Capt.; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchen- 
daele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; WiMindcd, \'iin\-, Ma\- 21, 1017; M.c, 
Remy, Aug. 28, 1918. 
Banks, Vivian LisNEY; Veterinary Coll. 1910-11. 

r.a.v.c, Lieut., May 1916; Cipt., M ly 1917; France, Junj 1916, att. 53rd 



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Welsh Div.; 54th Div.; Egypt, Aug. 1916; Desert Mounted Cps.; No. 25 and 
No. 21 Vety. Hosps.; Palestine; Wounded, Bira, Jan. 1917. 

Bantinx., Arthur Digby; b.a. Victoria 1913; 72nd Regt., Lieut. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., July 1916; r.g.a., 266th Siege Bty., Sec. Lieut., 
Dec. 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 177th Siege Bty.; Lieut., May 1918; r.g.a., 
250th Siege Bty., Capt., Aug. 1918; Arras (1917), Messinas (1917), Passchen- 
daele, Kemmel; Gassed, Passchendaele, Dec. 1917; M.C., Kemmel, Apl. 1918. 

Banting, Frederick Grant; Victoria 1914, m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

C.a.m.c, No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot, Pte., Mar. 1915; Sergt.; Lieut., Dec. 1916; 
o/s. May 1917; Granville Can. Spec. Hosp.; France, July 1918, No. 3 Can. 
Gen. Hosp.; No. 13 Can. Fd. Amb., and m.o. 44th Bn.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; 
W'ounded, Cambrai, Sept. 28, 1918; Granville Can. Spec. Hosp., Dec. 1918; 
Dom. Orth. Hosp., m.d. 2, Mar. 1919; M.C., Cambrai, Sept. 27-28, 1918. 

Banting, Oswald Fenton; m.b. 1918; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. I, Lieut., 1918; Capt.; Siberian Ex. F., Sept. 1918; Siberia, Mar. 
1919, No. II Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 16 Can. Fd. Amb.; Vladivostok, Trans- 
Siberian Ry., Gournostai. 

Baragar, Frederick Drury; Education 1915; c.o.t.c. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; Bdr.; 17th Bty., Cpl., 
1917; 4th Bty., Lieut., Mar. 1918; St. Eloi, Hooge, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 
Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; M.C., Drocourt-Queant, Sept. 2, 1918. 

Barber, Herbert Campbell; b.a.sc. 1911. 

R.N.V.R., Motor Boat patrol, Sub-Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., June 1917; h.m.m.l. 
171, Oct. 1916; i/c h.m.m.l. 378, Mar. 1918; S.W. Irish Coast patrol. 

Barber, Jessie; b.a. LIniversity Coll. 1908. 

Drummond St. Mil. Hosp., Montreal, Dietitian. 

Barber, Truman; University Coll. 1915-17, Wycliffe; c.o.t.c. 

Can. Div. Cyclists, Pte., Nov. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; 8th Army Art. Bde., 
Bdr.; Sanctuary Wood, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, 
Cambrai — Mons. 

Barbour, Robert Andrew; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc. 1920); c.o.t.c. 
C.A.s.c, Lieut.; (Further details not available). 

Barbour, Roydon MacFarlane; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1917; c.o.t.c. 

64th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; Capt., Dec. 1915; France, Feb. 1917, 25th Bn., 
Lieut.; Capt., Aug. 1918; Mericourt sec. Lens sec, Neuville St. Vaast-Mercatel, 
Arras, Inchy-en-Artois, Sensee Canal, Mons; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 1917; 
m.c, gaz. Jan. 11, 1919. 

Barfoot, Walter Foster; University Coll. 19 18, Wycliffe; c.o.t.c. 

o/s. Jan. 1916; i6th Res. Bn., R. Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut.; France, Sept. 1916, 
R. Sussex Regt.; att. T.M. Bty., Nov. 1916; ist Div. Bombing School, Instr. & 
Adjt., Jan. 1917; 2nd R. Sussex Regt., Lieut., A/Adjt., July 1917; Tpt. Offr., 
Dec. 1917; A/Adjt., May 1918; 2nd t.m. Bty., A/Capt. o.c, July 1918; Somme, 
Passchendaele, Amiens, etc.; French Croix de Guerre, Feb. 1919- (in liaison with 
35th French Corps). 

Barker, John Barrett; Trinity 1908. 

43rd Bn., Pte., 1915; C.A.s.c, Lieut.; France; (Further details not available). 

Barker, John James; St. Michael's 1917, (Medicine 1924); c.o.t.c 

183rd Bn., Cpl., May 1916; Discharged, medically unfit, Sept. 1916. 

Barker, Percy Weeks; b.a. Victoria 1908, m.b. 1910. 

R.A.M.c, No. 112 Fd. Amb., i6th Irish Div., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Dec. 
1915; att. 1/3 London Art. & 9th Dublin Fusiliers; Loos sec, Somme; Invalided 



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Oct. 1916; C.A.M.C, No. II Gen. Hosp., Capt., Feb. 1917; No. 15 Can. Gen. 

Hosp., Feb. 1919; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Barker, Rybert Kext; b.a. University Coll. 1892; 2nd Regt., Major; S. African 

95th Bn., Lt.-Col. o.c, Sept. 1915; o/s. May 1916; [War, Can. Force, Capt. 

13th Inf. Bde., o.c, Dec. 1916; France, Mar. 1917; Vimy; 2nd C.G. Regt., 

o.c, June 1917. 
Barlow, Cuthbert Lawren'CE; University Coll. 1918; c.o.T.c. 

co.T.C. draft Jan. 1916; 15th R. Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., 1916. 
Barney, Thomas Ivison; Education 191 8. 

R. Can. Naval Air Svce., Cadet, Sept. 1918. 
Barnes, Edmund; Victoria 1907-08, 1909-10. 

5th Univ. Coy., P.P.C.L.I., Pte., Dec. 1915; France, June 1916, p.p.cl.i.; L.-Cpl.; 

C.A.M.C, No. 9 Fd. Amb.; Ypres (1916), Somme, Arras— Lens sec, Vimy, 

Passchendaele. 
Barnes, Lyman Franklin; b.a.sc 1916; c.o.T.c. 

o/s. Mar. 1916; r.e.. Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 150th Fd. Coy.; 

Wounded, Lindenhoek. June 7, 1917; India, Nov. 1917; 3rd Sappers & Miners 

Corps, Dec. 1917; Persia, June 1918, i/c 1st Fd. Coy., South Persia Rifles, 

Ears Bde., Lieut.; Capt., Aug. 1918; Invalided Mar. 1919; Hdqrs. Staff, 

Simla, India,, May 19 19; Egypt, Aug. 19 19. 
Barnes, Walter Bruce; m.b. 1918; c.o.T.c 

C.A.M.C, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte.; L.-Cpl.; o/s. Mar. 1915; France; Returned to 

complete course Feb. 19 16. 
Barnett, John David Henry White; m.b. 1915; c.o.T.c 

C.A.M.C, Capt., M.o. 164th Bn., Eng., Mar. 1918; France; Wounded Aug. 1918. 
Barr, David Percival; Applied Science 19 16. 

Fort Garry Horse, Tpr., Sept. 1914; 25th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr. ; France, Jan. 1916; 

St. Eloi, Hooge, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Fresnoy, May 3, 1917; Invalided 

and discharged Jan. 1918. 
Barraclough, William Wray; b.a. Victoria 1913, m.a. 1915, m.b. 1916; 65th Bty., 

C.A.M.C, No. 16 Fd. Amb., Lieut., Dec. 1916; Capt., Dec. 1917; [c.f.a., Lieut. 

o/s. Mar. 1917; France, June 1918, No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 6 Can. Fd. 

Amb.; M.o. 4th Bn., ce.; Amiens, Arras. 
Barrie, Howard Green; m.d., cm. Trinity 1899; f.r.c.s. (Ed.); S. African War, 

Brit. Red Cross, i/c ist Base Hosp. to Serbia, 1914; [Surgeon; S.A. Medal. 

i/c No. 4 Res. Hosp., Scopljie, Lt.-Col.; r.a.m.c. No. 44 Sta. Hosp., e.e.f., 

Capt.; No. 21 Gen. Hosp., Alexandria; Serbian Order of St. Sava; Serbian 

Red Cross Medal. 
Barritt, Albert Edward; University Coll. 1914-15, Wycliffe; c.o.T.c. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, 1916-18; (Details not available). 
Barrow, Gore M.; Trinity 1908; S. African War. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 84th Bn., Capt., Oct. 1915; o s. June 1916; Can. 

Cav. Bde., June 1916; France, Jan. 1917, No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Sr. Chapl., 

m.d. 13, July 1918; A/Asst. Dir. Chaplain Svce., W. Canada, Sept. 1918. 
Barry, Francis Howard; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1918. 

ca.d.c. No. 5 Sta. Hosp., Sergt., June 1915; Egypt, Aug. 1915; France, Apl. 

1916, No. 7 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Discharged Dec. 1916. 
Bakrv, Harry Nelson; b.a. University Coll. 1913, ll.b. 1917; i6th Bty., c.f..\., Lieut. 

R.N.V.R., Motor Boat patrol, Sub-Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., June 1917; Ports- 
mouth, Oct. 1916, ii.M.M.L. 137; W. Indies, Jan. 1917, h.m.m.i.. 151; Temp, i/c 

H.M.M.L. 151, Apl. I918; i/c H.M.M.I.. I5I, DcC. I918. 



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Barry, James Evertt; m.b. 1916; c.o.xc. 

c.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Cpl.; o/s. May 1915; Returned to 

complete course, Oct. 1915; C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt., June 1916; 

o/s. Oct. 1916; M.o. 172nd Bn.; M.o. 85thBn.; France, May 1917, M.o. 2nd Bn.; 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens, Arras — Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, 

Sept. 30, 1918; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 8-9, 1918; Bar to M.C., Canal du Nord, 

Aug. 30-Sept. 3-28, 1918; Despatches June 1918. 
Bartholomew, John Wesley; d.d.s. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt.j 1917. 
Bartlet, Frank A.; Applied Science 19 15. 

c.A.M.C, San. Sec, Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Ypres, Festubert, 

Givenchy, Somme; Invalided Dec. 1916; King's Can. Red Cross Hosp., Sept. 

1917; A/Sergt. Oct. 1917. 
Bartlet, Walter George; b.a. University Coll. 1908, ll.b. 191 i. 

241st Bn., Capt., July 1916; France, July 1917, seconded to the Impl. Forces, 

att. 2nd Army, July 1917-Apl. 1918. 
Bartlett, Roy Douglas; Medicine 1920 (1924); c.o.t.c 

5th Univ. Coy., p.p.cl.i., Pte., Dec. 1915; France, June 1916, p.p.cl.i., Pte.; 

Ypres sec, Somme; Wounded, Somme, Sept. 15, 1916; Discharged July 1917. 
Barton, Aubrey John Thomas; R. Coll. Dental. Surg. 1920. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917; o/s. June 1918; A/Sergt.; Discharged July 191 8. 
Barton, James Warren; m.d.; Staff; m.o. 2nd Fd. Coy., ce.; att. c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt., Nov. 1916; Hdqrs. Staff, m.d. 2, Pres., 

Standing Bd. of Officers, Major, Feb. 1919. 
Barton, Newton James; m.b. 1911. 

c.A.M.C, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Lieut.; France; Wounded, Somme, Oct. 19 16; (Further 

details not available). 
Barwick, Hugh Atkinson; University Coll. 191 1; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

15th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Capt.; Ypres sec; Prisoner, 

Ypres, Apl. 23, 1915; Transf. to Holland, Mar. 1918; Repatriated Nov. 1918. 
Bascom, Charles Horace; University Coll. 1919; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., 1916; France, 3rd Div. Sig. Coy. ; Cpl.; (Further details not 

available). 
Bastedo, William Edgar; b.a. University Coll. 1912; 2nd Regt. 

c.A.s.c, Supply Col., Sergt., Dec. 1914; Wt. Offr., Aug. 1915; France, Sept. 

1915; P.P.CL.I., Pte., Dec. 1915; L.-Cpl., Sept. 1916; Neuve Eglise, Kemmel, 

Sanctuary Wood, Somme; c.A.s.c, Mar. 1917. 
Bastow, Douglas Clay; Medicine 1919; c.o.t.c 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., Apl. 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 'Syringa'. 
Bateman, Harry Robinson; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917; Sergt., Dec. 1917. 
Bates, Dallas Wetmore; b.a. Victoria 1920. 

United States s.a.t.c, City College, New York, Cadet, Sept. 1917. 
Bates, Gordon Anderson; m.b. 1907. 

c.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt.; i/c Camp Borden Hosp., May 1918. 
Bates, Henry Kendal; m.b. 1908. 

c.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot, Lieut., June 1915; Capt., Aug. 1915; Major, 

July 1919; o/s. Aug. 1915; Can. Spec. Hosp., Shorncliffe; Impl. Spec. Hosp., 

Cambridge; France, Sept. 1918, M.o. Can. For. Cps.; No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

No. 8 Fd. Amb., Mar. 1918; Can. Spec. Hosp., Etchinghill, Nov. 1918. 
Bath, Charles Lambert; Trinity 1915. 

Eaton M.G. Bty., Lieut., Sept. 1914; att. r.f.c, Oct. 1915; France, May 1916, 

32nd, 29th, 40th and 1st Sqdns. ; Capt., Nov. 1916; Armentieres-Bethune (May- 



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July 1916), Somme-Bethune, Ypres; Wounded, Ypres, Oct. 1917; Injured, 

Winchester, Eng., May 19 18. 
Batstone, William Howard; Victoria 1916. 

Can. Cycle Cps., Sergt., 1916 (Further details not available). 
Batten, Brock Lane; University Coll. 1918. 

34th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Oct. 1915; France, Apl. 1916, 3rd Can. Div. Trench 

Howitzers, c.f.a.. Bdr., Cpl.; Zillebeke, St. Eloi; Wounded, May 9, 1916, and 

Aug. 19, 1916; Invalided Dec. 1916; Distr. Bombing School, m.d. 2, Sergt. 

Instr. ; Discharged Dec. 1917. 
Batten, Harold Leslie; Applied Science 1911, Diploma. 

6th Fd. Coy., C.E., Spr., Jan. 1918; L.-Cpl., Mar. 1918; Lieut., Apl. 1918; 

o/s. July 1918; 1st and 3rd c.e. Res. Bns. 
Batten, Walter Howard; m.b. 1918. 

c.a.m.c, att. R.A.F. (Canada), Lieut., May 1918; o s. Sept. 1918; No. 16 Can. 

Gen. Hosp.; Capt., Apl. 1919. 
Battley, John Charles Sinclair; Medicine 1917, (m.b. 1919). 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Sta. Hosp., Pte., Aug. 1914; Cpl.; France, Nov. 1914; Sergt.; 

Returned to complete course June 1916; 1914 Star. 
Baumann, Emil J.\cob; b.a. (n.y.), PH.D. (Yale), Staff 1916. 

U.S. Army, Sanitary Cps., Pte., Nov. 1917; Sergt., Dec. 1917; 1st Lieut., Feb. 1918. 
Baxter, Marion St. Clair Leitch (Mrs.); Trinity 1915, University Coll. 1918, 

Brit. Red Cross (Eng.), 1915-Aug. 1916; St. John's Amb. Bde., [(b.a. 1919). 

V.A.D., July 1917; Brit. Red Cross Motor Convoy Amb. Dept.; France, Oct. 

1917; Etaples. 
Bayly, George William; Forestry 1914. 

3rd Bn., M.G. sec, Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; L-Cpl.; Wounded, 

Ypres, Apl. 23, 1915; France, Aug. 1915, 3rd Bn., Lieut.; Invalided Oct. 1915; 

Can. Mil. School, Shorncliffe, Apl. 1916; R.o. July 1916. 
Bayne, Hugh Cameron; R. Coll. Dental Surg., 1920. 

C.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917; Sergt.; o/s. Aug. 1918. 
Be.vch, Fay Ward; d.d.s. 1920. 

C.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917; Sergt. 
Beacock, Victor Alonzo; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

3rd Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., July 1915; L.-Cpl., Aug. 1915; 4th Bn., R. 

Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., Dec. 1917; Capt. and Adjt., Feb. 1918; 

France, Aug. 1916; Serre, Arras, Monchy-le-Preux, Ypres, Arras; M.c, Cour- 

celles-le-Comte, Aug. 21, 1918. 
Beament, Arthur Warwick; University Coll. 1919; 43rd Regt., Lieut.; ate. c.o.t.c 

164th Bn., Lieut., Sig. Offr., Jan. 1916; France, Mar. 1918, Ii6th Bn.; ist Bn., 

Can. M.G. Cps., Mar. 1918; att. Brutinel's Bde., Sig. Offr., Aug. 1918; Lens- 
Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; Can. Gen. Base Depot, 

Nov. 19 1 8. 
Bean, Harvey George; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c 

198th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; Sergt.; c.a.d.c; o/s. Dec. 1916; Returned to com- 
plete course Dec. 19 17. 
Beasley, Bruce Clement; Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c 

c.e.. Signals, Spr., Oct. 1917; c.a.s.c, Pte.; u. of t. o, s. Tr. Coy., Pte.; r.g.a., 

Cadet, Oct. 1918; Sec. Lieut., Mar. 1919. 
Beasley, Thomas Alexander; Trinity 1916; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

.joth Bty., c.f.a., Lieut., Jul\ igi.s; France, Jan. 1916, 17th Bty., c.f.a.; 2nd 

Div. t.m. Group, May 1916; \'ijres. Hill 60, Hill 63; Invalided Sept. 1916; 

No. 2 Sec, d.a.c (Canada), Jan. 1917. 



i88 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Beaton, Blake Byron; d.d.s. 1915. 

c.A.D.C, Lieut., June 1916; Capt., Apl. 1917; o/s. Apl. 1917. 
Beaton, Colin; Medicine 1922. 

C.E., Spr., May 1918; 2nd Bn., c.e.r.d., June 1918; France, Sept. 1918, C.E., 

p.B. Coy.; Cambrai. 
Beaton, William James; b.a. University Coll. 1913. 

182nd Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1916; Invalided and discharged Mar. 1917. 
Beattie, Robert Galbraith; b.a. University Coll. 1914; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; o/s., Cadet, Aug. 1916; Discharged, 

medically unfit, Sept. 1916. 
Beattie, William; University Coll. 1893-96, Knox; H/Major, Chaplain. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 2nd Bn., Major, Sept. 1914; France, Feb. 1915, ist 

Bde.; 2nd Can. Div., Sr. Chaplain, Sept. 1915; Lt.-Col., May 1916; Ypres, 

1915, 1916; Somme, Arras; Asst. Dir. Chaplain Svces., England,' Mar. 1917; 

France, Dec. 1917, Asst. Dir., L. of c.; A/Dir. Chaplain Svces., Apl. 1918; 

Director, Chaplain Svces., Canada, Col., July 1918; c.m.g., June 5, 1916; 

Despatches, Ypres (Apl. 1915), June 1916. 
Beatty, Frank Weldon; b.a.sc. 1913. 

43rd Hwr. Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1916; France, July 1916; 8th Army Bde., 

C.F.A., Sgr.; Ypres sec, Vimy, Passchendaele, Amiens, Drocourt-Queant, 

CamVrai — Mons; Wounded. 
Beatty, Harold Arthur; b.s.a. 1915. 

1st Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., Mar. 1915; o/s.; Injured and discharged. (Died). 
Beatty, James Campbell; m.b. 1905. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., Mar. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; Shorncliffe; Can. Officers' Conval. 

Hosp., Broadstairs; No. 8 Can. Sta. Hosp.; France, Dec. 1917. 
Beatty, James Gordon; b.a. University Coll. 1914, m.a. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

2nd Can. Div. Cyclist Cps., Pte., Mar. 1915; L.-Cpl.; France, Aug. 1915, Can. 

Cps. Cyclists; C.F.A., Lieut., Aug. 1916; France, Mar. 1917, 5th Bty., C.F.A.; 

Kemmel, St. Eloi sec, Yf res (19 16) , Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens- Arras sec, 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; m.c, Passchendaele, Nov. 6, 1917. 
Beatty, James Stanley; University Coll. 191 1. 

o/s. Nov. 1915; R.F.C., Lieut.; Capt.; France, Apl. 1916; Ypres sec; Instr., 

Eng.; Mesopotamia, Jan. 1918; Egypt; D.F.C., Mesopotamia, Oct. 1918. 
Beatty, John Archibald; d.d.s. 1906. 

C.A.D.C, Lieut., Dec. 1915; Capt.; att. Mil. Hosp. Carling Heights, London, 

and Speedwell Mil. Hosp., Guelph; Invalided June 1918. 
Beatty, John McLaren; University Coll. 1919; c.o.t.c 

o/s. Jan. 1916; 9th East Kent Regt., Sec. Lieut.; France, July 1916, 12th King's 

Royal Rifles; i8th k.r.r., Nov. 1916; Lieut., July 1917; Somme, Messines 

(June 1917); Wounded, Serre, Aug. 6, 1916, and HoUebeke, July 31, 1917; 

Invalided. 
Beatty, Percy Wood; b.a. University Coll. 191 1, ll.b. 1914; loth Regt., Lieut. 

35th Bn., Lieut., May 1915; France, Apl. 1916, 8th Bde. M.G. Coy., Lieut.; 

Wounded, Zillebeke, June 2, 1916; Can. M.G. School, m.d. 2, Capt., Oct. 1916; 

Pay & Allowance Bd., Ottawa; Major, May 1917; M.C, Ypres, June 2, 1916. 
Beatty, William Hughes; b.a. Victoria 1912. 

R.N.V.R., Motor Boat patrol, Sub-Lieut.; Lieut.; English Channel. 
Beaven, Clarence Theodore; b.v.sc 1917. 

c.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1917; Capt., June 1917; o/s. Mar. 1917; Vety. Hosp., 

Shorncliffe; France, Sept. 1917, att. 5th Bde., C.F.A.; Vimy sec, Passchendaele, 

Arras, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 



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Beck, Henry Joseph; St. Michael's 1919; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. OS. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; Siberian Ex. P., 20th Can. m.g. Coy., 

Sept. 1918. 
Beckett, Reginald Samuel; b.s.a. 1913; 2nd Dragoons, Sergt. 

c.A.s.c, No. 2 T. D., Pte., A/Sergt., Nov. 1916; Prov. CpL, Prov. Sergt. 
Beckett, Russell James; R. CoU. Dental Surg. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., Feb. 1917; o/s. Apl. 1917. 
Bedard, Edward Louis; b.a.sc. 19 14. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Bedell, Thomas Casey Dorland; m.b. 1896; 56th Regt., Lt.-Col. 

1st Can. Div., Lt.-Col., Aug. 1914; France, Aug. 19 15, 15th Bn., 2nd ic; 156th 

Bn. (Canada), Lt.-Col. o.c; o/s. Oct. 1916; c.a.m.c, Woodcote Park Conval. 

Hosp., Epsom, Lt.-Col., May 1917; o.c. Princess Patricia's Can. Red Cross 

Hosp., Bexhill, Jan. 1918; A/Col., June 1918; Col., Dec. 1918. 
Beemer, Harry Gordon; Medicine 1892-94. 

169th Bn., Capt., Jan. 1916; o s. Oct. 1917; o.c No. 2 Disch. Depot. 
Beer, Edwin Charles; m.d., cm. Trinity 1903; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

c.a.m.c, Capt., Jan. 1916; France, Apl. 1916, No. i Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 15 

Can. Gen. Hosp., Mar. 1917; No. 14 Can. Gen. Hosp., Dec. 1917; A s.m.o., 

R.A.F. (Canada), Sept. 1918. 
Beith, Robert Elwood; Applied Science 1909, Diploma; 51st Regt., Lieut. 

228th Bn., Lieut., Oct. 1916; o/s. Feb.- 1917. 
Belfry, Joseph Earlby; Victoria 1915; c.o.t.c 

U. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1917; att. 2nd Bn., co.R., Sergt. Instr., Jan. 

1918; R.G.A., Cadet, July 1918; Sec. Lieut., Mar. 1919. 
Belknap, Elmer Alman; Victoria 19 18; c.o.t.c 

20ist Bn., Pte., Apl. 1916; 170th Bn.; France, Nov. 1916, 75th Bn., Pte.; 

Viniy; Invalided Feb. 1917; y.m.c.a., London, Sergt., Mar. 1917; France, May 

1918, 75th Bn., Pte.; L.-Cpl., Sergt.; Amiens, Arras, etc. 
Bell, Alfred Hannam; b. a. Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Feb. 1916; Cpl.; France, Apl. 1917, att. Can. Corps Hvy. 

Art.; Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Bell, Arthur McKnight; b.a. Trinity 1903, m.a. 1904, m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c 

c.a.m.c. No. 2 CCS., Pte., Feb. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; 

Capt., May 1916; Mediterranean, Hosp. ship; France; Salonica, M.o. 2/23rd 

London Regt., att. i8ist Bde., r.f.a.; Goth London Div.; Egypt, France, 

Salonica, Mesopotamia. 
Bell, Charles Austin; b.a.sc 19 14; 2nd Fd. Coy., ce., Sergt. 

2nd Fd. Coy., CE., Spr., Aug. 1914; PVance, Feb. 1915; Sergt., c.s.M.; Lieut., 

Mar. 1916; 3rd Fd. Coy., ce., Capt., July 1917; 3rd Bn., ce.. Major, May 

1918; Fleurbaix, Ypres (1915), Ploegsteert, Ypres (1916), Sommc, Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Lens, Arras, Amiens; Wounded, Ypres, Apl. 26, 19 15, and Ypres, 

May 1916; Severely wounded (double amputation), Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918; m.c, 

gaz. Jan. 1917; Bar to M.c, Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918. 
Bell, Charles Cameron; b.a. University Coll. 1896, m.a. 1897, m.b. 1900; c.a.m.c, 

C.A.M.C, A.D.M.S., m.d. I, Major, Oct. 1915 — Dec. 1918. [Capt. 

Bell, Clarence Bruce; University Coll. 1916, (Education 1920). 

1st Bn., co.R. , Pte., June 1918; o/s. Aug. 1918; Sergt., Jan. 1919. 
Bell, Edmund Charles; Victoria 1917, Medicine 1920; c.o.t.c 

50th Bty., C.F.A., (inr., .\pl. 1916; France, Mar. 1917, 41I1 Ht>-.; Viniy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Lens sec; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 



190 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Bell, George Graham; Applied Science 1908, Diploma; r.m.c, Cadet. 

V. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1917; C.E. t.d., St. John's, Que., Lieut., 

June 1918; Siberian Ex. P., Aug. 1918. 
Bell, Gordon Low; Medicine 1919, (m.b. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., May 1917; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 'Fame'; Pacific; 

Returned to complete course Oct. 19 18. 
Bell, Harold; m.b. 1912. 

R..\.M.c., Lieut.; Conv. Hosp., Epsom; c.a.m.c, Discharge Depot, Buxton, 

Capt.; (Further details not available). 
Bell, Herbert Clifford; b.a. University Coll. 1903. 

U.S. Army, May 1917; U.S. Engineers, ist Lieut., Aug. 1917; Transfd. to Intelli- 
gence, Sept. 1917; France, Nov. 1917; u.s. Engineers, Capt., Mar. 1918; Marne 

sec, St. Mihiel (Sept. 1918); Citation, a.e.f., Intelligence work at g.h.q., 

June 19 19. 
Bell, Hilll\rd Brooke; University Coll. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T. Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., May 1916; c.f.a., Lieut., Nov. 1916; r.f.c, Sec. 

Lieut., July 1917; Lieut., Sept. 1917; France, Oct. 1917, 66th Sqdn.; Ypres, 

Roulers, Menin sec; Italy, Dec. 1917; R.a.f., Capt. and Fit. Cmdr., Mar. 1918; 

Piave, Asiago; M.c, Piave-Asiago, Apl. 1918; Italian Military Medal, Piave- 

Treviso-Trentino, Apl. 1918; Despatches May 1918. 
Bell, J. Douglass; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

R.F.C, M.G. Instr., Aug. 1917; 2/a.m., Dec. 1917; R.a.f., i/a.m., Mar. 1918; 

A/Cpl., Sept. 1918. 
Bell, James Stark; University Coll. 1911, (b.a. 1919); 32nd Regt., Lieut. 

i8th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; Capt., June 1916; 2nd Can. 

Div. School, Instr., July 1916; i8th Bn., Capt. and Adjt., June 1917; Major, 
, May 1917; St. Eloi, Somme, Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Mons; m.c. Hill 70, Aug. 1917; D.s.o., Arras, Aug. 26-28, 1918; 

Despatches Nov. 1918. 
Bell, James Willlam; University Coll. 1917, (Medicine 1922), Wycliffe; c.o.t.c 

26th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; i8th Bty., c.f.a., Sgr., 

Mar. 19 17; St. Eloi, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Wounded, Somme, 

Aug. 1916, and Passchendaele, Nov. 4, 1917; Discharged Sept. 1918. 
Bell, James Wycliffe; d.d.s. 1894; 91st Regt., Major. 

C.A.D.c, Capt., Oct. 1915; o/s. Dec. 1915; West Cliff Eye and Ear Hosp., 

Shorncliffe, Dec. 1915; Invalided Sept. 1916; Discharged Mar. 1917. 
Bell, John Johnston; b.a., m.a. (Oxen.); Staff, 1911-12; London Regt., t.f., Capt. 

I /20th London Regt., Capt.; France, Mar. 19 15; Festubert, Loos (Sept. 19 15); 

Invalided Feb. 1916; 20th Res. Bn., London Regt., Capt.; War Office (Mil. 

Intelligence), Oct. 1916; Committee of Impl. Defence, Historical Section, June 

1917; Despatches June 1916. 
Bell, John Kenner; University Coll. 1919, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Apl. 1917; France, Dec. 1917, 2nd Bdc, c.g.a., Spr.; Ypres, 

Lens, Arras sec; Returned to complete course Oct. 19 18. 
Bell, John Wycliffe; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

C.A.D.c, Sergt., May 1917. 
Bell, Kenneth Carter; b.a. University Coll. 1916. 

Mil. Topograph. Survey, Canada, May 1916; u.s. Army, y.m.c.a.. Camp Devens, 

Mass., Sept. 1917; u.s. Naval Res. Force, Petty Offr. — Machinist's Mate, May 

1918. 
Bell, Kenneth Norman; b.a., m.a. (Oxon.); Staff, 1909-11; Inns of Court 

l/ist London R.G.A., Sec. Lieut., Aug. 1914; Capt., May 1915; [o.T.c, L-Cpl. 



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France, May 1915; o.c. 130th Hv>'. Bty., r.g.a., A/Major, Sept. 1916; o.c. 

329th Siege Bty., Feb. 1917; o.c. 99th Siege Bty., Nov. 1918; Somme, Neuve 

Eglise-Ypres, Arras sec., Passchendaele, St. Venant (Apl. 1918), Bethune — 

Lembecq (Sept. -Oct. 1918); M.c, Westhoek, 1917. 
Bell, Ralph Steward; b.a.sc. igiS.* 

C.E., 6th Sig. Coy., Lieut., May 1918; Siberia, Feb. 1919. 
Bell, Richard Lloyd; Victoria 1918, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

1st Bn. W.O.R., Pte., May 1918; o/s. July 1918; 4th Res. Bn,; Khaki Univ., 

Cpl. 
Bell, Thomas Herbert; m.d., cm. Trinity 1896. 

c.A.M.c, No. 4 Fd. Amb., Lieut., Nov. 1914; Capt., Mar. 1915; Major, Dec. 

1917; A/Lt.-Col., Mar. 1919; France, Sept. 1915; St. Eloi, Somme, Vimy, 

Lens, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc.; M.c, Hill 70, 

Aug. 15, 1917: Despatches June 1917. 
Bellsmith, Frederick Marlett; Applied Science 1895, Victoria 1902, 1907-08. 

204th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; Chaplain Svce., Canada, Capt., Apl. 1916-Apl. 1917. 
Belt, Walter Cayley; m.d., cm., Victoria and Trinity, 1892; u.s. Army, Med. Res. 

U.S. Army Med. Cps., Capt., June 1917; att. 13th u.s. Inf., Aug. [Cps., Capt. 

1917; Major, Jan. 1918; Siberia, Nov. 1918, att. 27th U.S. Inf. 
Belton, Cassius Wilkinson; m.b. Trinity 1891; Permt. a.m.c, Col. 

c.A.M.c, Col.; A.D.M.S., M.D. 10, 1914-15; Pensions and Claims Bd., Aug. 1915; 

Med. Adviser, Bd. Pensions Commissioners, Nov. 1916. 
Belton, James Ross; Applied Science 1917; c.o.t.c, Queen's. 

46th, Queen's, Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Dec. 1915; France, July 1916; Ypres-Kemmel, 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70; r.f.c. Cadet, Aug. 1917; Sec. Lieut. Dec. 1917; r.a.f., 

214th Sqdn., Lieut., May 1918; Belgian coast, Mons-Charleroi-Brussels sec. 
Bemrose Byron Willson; b.a.sc 1916; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty. C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France Nov. 1916, 3rd Can. Div. 

Ammun. Col.; 40th Bty., c.f.a.; Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Vimy sec; 

R.A.F. , Cadet, July 1918. 
Bender, Cory Adrian; Trinity 1919; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; o/s. June 1918; r.f.a., Sec. Lieut. 
Bennett, Harold; b.a. Victoria 1915; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Sept. 1916; Qr.-Mr. Dept., Cpl.; R.E., Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1917; 

Lieut., Feb. 1918; France, Mar. 1918; att. 8th Div., Sept. 1918; Lens-Arras. 
Bennett, Oscar Wilbur; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Aug. 191 7; Wounded, Monchy, 

Aug. 28, 1918. 
Bennett, Percy; b.a.sc 1915. 

C.E., Spr., July 1917; On leave to Munitions work, 1918. 
Bennett, Robert Carman; Victoria 1916; c.o.t.c 

4th Bde. Ammun. Col., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1915; Bdr., Cpl.; France, Sept. I9i5> 

15th Bty., C.F.A.; Sergt., Oct. 1915; Can. Res. Art., Lieut., June 1918; Ypres 

sec, St. Eloi, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec; Wounded, 

Vimy, July 1917; Mil. Medal, Vimy, Apl. 9, 1917. 
Bennett, Stewart Gordon; b.a.sc 1914; Oxford o.t.c, Eng. 

France, Nov. 1914, British Red Cross, Chauffeur; y.m.c.a.; r.e., ist Indian Fd. 

Sqdn., .Sec. Lieut., July 1915; R.E., 4th Fd. Sqdn., Lieut., July 1917; 3rd Fd. 

Sqdn., C-ipt., July 1918; 1st Fd. Sqdn. 1918-19; Aisne (1914). Arras (1916) 

Somme (1916-17), Cambrai (Nov. 1917), Amiens (Mar. 1918); Somme— Mons 

(Aug.-Nov. 1918); m.c, June 1918; Despatches, (i) n.d. (ii) Nov. 30, 1917 , 

Cambrai. 



192 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Ben-Oliel, Herbert Alfred; University Coll. 1906, Wycliffe; 46th Regt., Lieut. 

59th Bn., Lieut., July 1915; Chaplain Svce., Capt., July 1915; o/s. Aug. 1915; 

att. 2ist Bn.; No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, May 1916, No. 2 Can. Gen. 

Hosp.; Somme; 2nd Can. CD., Hastings, Feb. 1917; No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp., July 

1917; Liverpool Hosp. Area, Major and Sr. Chapl., x\ug. 1918. 
Bentham, W1LLI.A.M George; Veterinary Coll. 1913-15. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Feb. 1917; Capt., Feb. 1918; India, Aug. 1917, att. i6th Indian 

Div.; Remount Dept., v.o. to Purchasing Offr., June 191 8; India, Baluchistan, 

Tibet. 
Bentley, Albert William; University Coll. and Forestry 1916 (1921); 6th Bty., 

c.o.T.c. draft, o/s. Jan. 1916; r.f.a., 'a' Bty., 48th Bde., Sec. [c.f.a., Lieut. 

Lieut.; France, Feb. 1916; A/Lieut., May 1917; Lieut, and Adjt., July 1917; 

Capt., Aug. 1917; (att. 5th Army, Mar. 1918; att. ist Army, Lens, Aug. 1918); 

Somme (1916), Arras (1917), Passchendaele, Conde Canal, Maubeuge, Mons; 

M.C., March Retreat, 1918; Despatches Dec. 1917, June 1918. 
Bentley, George Andrew; m.b. 1918. 

C.a.m.c, m.d. I, Lieut., July 1918. 
Bentley, William Joseph; d.d.s. 1900; c.a.m.c. No. 14 Fd. Amb., Capt. 

c.a.m.c, att. No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp., Capt., Dental Surgeon, Aug. 1914; France, 

Nov. 1914; C.A.D.C, Major; Lt.-Col., Mar. 1917; a. d.d.s., Shorncliffe Area; 

A.D.D.S., Witley Area, Mar. 1919; m.b.e., Jan. 1918; o.b.e., June 1919; Men- 
tioned, Services, Mar. 1918. 
Berdan, Oscar Lafayette; m.d., cm. Trinity 1889; 26th Regt., Major. 

c.a.m.c, m.o. 135th Bn., Major, Nov. 1915; o/s. Aug. 1916; Invalided 1919. 
Bere, George Samuel ; University Coll. 1917 (b.a. 1920); c.o.T.c 

63rd Bty., c.f.a. , Gnr., Jan. 1918; Cpl.; Injured Jan. 4, 1918. 
Bergey, Simon Alvah; b.s.a. 1912; c.o.T.c, McGill, Lieut. 

1st Can. Tank Bn., Pte., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918; Sergt. 
Berkeley, Garnet Lawrence; Applied Science 191 1, Diploma; Cps. of Guides, 

Can. Cyclist Depot, Capt., O.C, Jan. 1916; o.c 4th Div. Cyclist Coy., [Lieut. 

Apl. 1916; o.c. Res. Cyclists, Chiseldon, Eng., May 1916; Injured May 1916; 

France, May 1917, Can. Corps Cyclists, Capt.; Discharged Nov. 1917. 
Berkinshaw, Richard Coulton; b.a. Trinity 1913; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

124th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; Capt.; France, Mar. 1917, 124th Can. Pion. Bn., 

Adjt.; I2th Bn., ce., May 1918; Major, Nov. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchen- 
daele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, etc.; Despatches July 1919. 
Berry, Albert Edward; b.a.sc 1917; c.o.T.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; R.E., Cadet, Feb. 1918; Sec. Lieut. 
Berry, Byron Conr.\d; Applied Science 1910; 9th Bty., c.f.a., Sergt. 

41st Bty., C.F.A., Sergt., Dec. 1915; France, July 1916; 30th Bty., Gnr., Mar. 

1917; 1st Tnlg. Coy.,CE.,Spr., Apl. 1918; ce., Lieut., Nov. 1918; Ypres (1916), 

Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Arras (1918). 
Berry, Earl Grant; m.b. 191 7; c.a.m.c, No. 11 Fd. Amb., Sergt. -Major. 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; Returnad to 

complete course June 1916; c.a.m.c, m.d. 2, Lieut., 1917. 
Berry, Earl Wellington; Applied Science 192 1. 

C.E., Spr., May 1918; L.-Cpl.; ce., Cadet, July 1918. 
Berry, Edward Wilson; Applied Science 1910, Diploma. 

Can. Corps Hdqrs., ce., Surveying Dept., Spr.; France; (Details not available). 
Berry, Emerson George; d.u.s. 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.A.D.C, Sergt., Mar. 1916; Lieut.; o/s. May 1917; Capt. 



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Berry, Kenneth; d.d.s. 1918. 

c.A.D.c, M.D. I, Lieut., Feb. 1918; o/s. Aug. 1918; Capt., Sept. 1918. 

Bertrand, Ozro Herman; R. CoH. Den al Surg. 1919. 

R.F.C. Cadet, Oct. 1917; r.a.f.. Sec. Lieut., May 1918; 254th Sqdn., May 1918; 
South Devon sea patroL 

Bescoby, Felix Harold; Veterinary Coll. 1913-15. 

14th Bty., C.F.A., Dr., Nov. 1914; Cpl.; France, Sept. 1915; Can. a.a. Art., 
Jan. 1917; Sergt., May 1917; Cadet, Dec. 1917; Ypres, Somme, Vimy; 
Injured; Invalided Apl. 1918. 

Best, Charles Herbert; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

70th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., May 1918; Bdr.; 2nd Can. Tank Bn., Pte., Sergt.; 
o/s. Oct. 1918. 

Best, James Harold; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 192 1. 

c.A.D.c, M.D. 10, Pie., Sergt., Apl. 1918; Tuxedo Mil. Hosp., Winnipeg. 

Beswick, Richard Carl; Applied Science 1914. 

228th Bn., Sergt., Apl. 1916; c.s.m.; 6th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., c.s.M., Feb. 1917; 
France, Apl. 1917; Wt. Offr., 11, Apl. 1917; Arras (1917), Havrincourt 
Wood, Bullecourt, Croisilles, Passchendaele, March Retreat (1918), Amiens etc. 

Bethuke, Henry Norman; m.b. 1916. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Sergt., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Ypres 
(1915); Returned to complete course Oct. 1915; r.n., H. M.S. 'Pegasus', Surgeon; 
Grand Fleet. 

Bethune, Hugh William; b.a. University Coll. 1909. 

Can. Inf., Lieut.; France; M.c. July 1917; 2nd Bn., Can. Garr. Regt., May 1918; 
(Further details not available). 

Bethune, Robert Thomas; University Coll. 1914. 

Fort Garry Horse, Tpr., Sept. 1914; 9th King's Own Royal Lancasters, Sec. 
Lieut., Dec. 1914; Lieut., Mar. 1917; Capt., May 1918; France, Sept. 1915; 
Salonica, Nov. 1915; Serbian Retreat (Dec. 1915); Bulgaria (1915-18); De- 
spatches, Salonica, June 1918. 

Bethune, William; m.b. 1907; c.a.m.c. No. 12 Fd. Amb., Capt. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Aug. 1914; o/s. Oct. 1914; Manor Hosp., 
Eng.; France, Nov. 1914; (att. No. 13 Brit. Gen. Hosp., Nov. 1914-Mar. 1915); 
Fres., Trav. Med. Bd., Eng., Mar. 1916; Major, Apl. 1917; Invalided May 
1917; M.o. Central Mil. Conval, Hosp., M.D. 2, Dec. 1917; M.o. i/c Brant Mil. 
Hosp., Dec. 1917-Aug. 1918; Discharged Oct. 1918. 

Betts, Harold C; Victoria 19 12. 

nth C.M.K., Pte., Oct. 1915; France, P'eb. 1917, c.a.m.c. No. 2 Fd. Amb., Pte.; 
Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 

Betts, Hyl.v Hume; University Coll. 1907, b.a.sc. 1908; Public Schools Spec. Corps. 
Inns of Court, Pte., Sept. 1914; Cheshire Regt., Lieut., Dec. 1914; R.E., Lieut., 
Dec. 1914; F"rance, Jan. 1915; Capt., Oct. 1915; att. Staff d.a.q.m.g., June 
1916; Asst. Dir. of Docks, Dec. 1916; Lt.-Col., Feb. 1917; Asst. Dir., Trans- 
portation, Hdqrs. in Italy, Dec. 1917; o.b.e. Jan. 1919; Despatches June 1916, 
June 1917; Mentioned, Services in Italy, June 1918, Jan. 1919. 

Bevan, Edgar Cyril; Trinity 1916. 

14th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Nov. 1914; Lieut., Jan. 1915; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut., June 
1915; Lieut., July 1917; Capt., Nov. 1918; 'c' Bty., 58th Bde., nth Div., 
Oct. 1915; 'b' Bty., 117th Bde., 39th Div., Aug. 1918; Gallipoli, Suvla Bay, 
Oct. 1915; Egypt, Dec. 1915; F"rance, June 1916; Somme, Vimy, Bullecourt, 
Messines, Passchendaele, March Retreat 1918, Advance July-Oct. 1918; M.c, 
\'imy, .■\i)l. 10, 1917. 
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194 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Bevan, William Henry Basil; Applied Science 1905. 

2nd Fd. Coy., C.E., Spr., Aug. 1914; Cpl., Sept. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; 

Sergt., Apl. 1915; 3rd Fd. Coy., Lieut., Mar. 1916; Ypres (1915), Fest- 

ubert, St. Eloi, Ypres (1916); Wounded, Festubert, May 1915, Ypres, June 

1916, and (accidentally) Dickebusch, July 1916; d.c.m., Ypres and Festubert, 

Apl. 1915; Invalided Sept. 1916; o.c. School of Trench Warfare, m.d. i, Capt.; 

M.S. A., District OfTr., m.d. i, Major. 
Beynon, Erdmann Doane; b.a. Victoria 1914, m.a. 19 15. 

198th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; o/s. Mar. 1917; Impl. Army, Cadet; Sec. Lieut., 

Nov. 1918; Indian Army. 
BiBET, Louis Auguste; Staff, University Coll.; French Regular Army. 

French Army, nth Dragoons, Lieut., Sept. 1914; 23rd Regt. Inf., Capt.; 44th 

Regt. Inf.; 105th Regt. Inf.; Champagne, Verdun, Vosges, Sous- Arras; 

Wounded June 22, 1915, and Oct. 19, 1915; Chevalier, Legion d'Honneur; Croix 

de Guerre avec Palme; Discharged July 1918. 
BiCKFORD, Leonard Dundas; University Coll. 1910; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., July 1917; ist Dep. Bn., 2ndc.o.R., Lieut., Jan. 1918; 

o/s. Jan. and May 1918; 8th Res. Bn.; Siberian Ex. F.; Siberia, Jan. 1919. 
Bicknell, James Nathan; Victoria 1913-15, b.a. University Coll. 1917; c.o.t.c. 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., Mar. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut.; North Sea patrol and ferry 

piloting. 
Bicknell, Nathan Johnson; Medicine 1918, (m.b. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c. No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte., Mar. 1915; 23rd Res. Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1915; 

France, Sept. 1915, 24th Bn.; St. Eloi, Ypres (1916), Somme; Wounded, Ypres, 

July 24, 1916; Invalided and discharged Aug. 1917. 
Bidwell, Frances Lucy Dorothea; b.a. Trinity 1916. 

St. John's Amb. Bde., v.a.d.. Mar. 1918; R. Marine Hosp., Deal. 
Biggar, Earle Lachland; b.a. University Coll. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.s.c, No. 3 Coy., Lieut; r.n.a.s.. Fit. Sub-Lieut., Apl. 1917. 
Biggar, James Lyons; m.b. 1903; 88th Regt., Lieut. 

c.a.m.c, Fd. Amb. Depot, m.d. 13, Capt., May 1915; No. 13 Can. Fd. Amb., 

Lt.-Col., o.c. May 1916; France, Aug. 1916; Ypres sec, Somme; Invalided 

Jan. 1917; Can. Conval. Hosp., Bromley, o.c; Can. Mil, Hosp., Liverpool; 

No. 3 Can. ccs., Oct. 1917-June 1918. 
Biggar, Oliver Mowat; b.a. University Coll. 1898; loist Regt., Lieut. 

Asst. -Judge-Advocate-General, m.d. 13, Major, July 1916; Military Service 

Council, Aug. 1917; Judge-Advocate-General, Lt.-Col., Jan. 1918; Col., Apl. 

1919. 
Biggs, S. Percy; University Coll. 1904; Can. Engrs. 

Lt.-Col. o.c. Div. Engineers, m.d. 2, Mar. 1916. 
BiNCH, Wilfred Reese; Victoria 19 19; c.o.t.c. 

4th Div. Ammun. Sub-Park, CF. A., Pte., May 1916; c.A.s.c; France, Dec. 1916, 

C.A.s.c, 2nd Div. Supply Col.; Arras sec; R.F.c, Cadet, Nov. 1917; R.A.F. , 

Sec. Lieut., 1918; Amiens sec. 
Bingle, Thomas; University Coll. 1918, (Education 1920); 38th Regt., Lieut. 

125th Bn., Capt., Dec. 1915; France, Mar. 1918, 44th Bn.; Hill 70 sec, Amiens, 

Arras; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 10, 1918, and Arras, Sept. 2, 1918; M.C., Arras, 

Sept. 2, 1918. 
Binkley, George Ernest; m.b. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, M.o. 123rd Bn., Capt., Apl. 1916; o/s. Aug. 1916; m.o. 5th Div. En- 
gineers; France, Mar. 1918, att. Can. Eng.; M.o., CE. and Can. M.G. Cps. 

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Binning, Gordon Griffith Terhune; Medicine 1922. 

R.N.W.P., Cavalry Draft, Tpr.; o/s. May 1918; Can. Res. Cav. Regt. 
BiNNS, Ray Elerton; Applied Science 1913, (b.a.sc. 1919). 

Borden Armoured Bty., Gnr. Jan. 1915; R.E. Sec. Lieut.; (Further details not 

available). 
BiRCHARD EsLiE RussELL; B.A.SC. 1910; 2nd Regt. 

Eaton M.G. Bty. Sergt. -Major Jan. 1915; Wt. Offr., May 1915; Lieut., Aug. 

1915; c.A.s.c. Depot, Nov. 1915; Capt., Nov. 1915; 4th Can. Div. Supply Col., 

July 1916; France, Aug. 1916; o.c. 4th Can. Div. Supply Col., Jan. 1917; 

Major, Nov. 1917; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; o.c, C.A.s.c, London 

Area, Feb. 1918; o.m.f.c, Hdqrs., Chief Inspr., Mech. Tpt., Oct. 1918. 
Bird, Edward Alexander; University Coll. 1919; c.o.t.c; 14th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

75th Bty., c.f.a. , Lieut., June 1916; 2nd Can. Hvy. Bty.; France, Mar. 1917; 

Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, gaz. June 1919. 
Birdsall, Elmer; Applied Science 1918, (b.a.sc 1920). 

c.A.s.c, Dr.; Can. Siege Bty., Gnr., Apl. 1918; (Details not available). 
Birdsall, William Wallace; m.d., cm. Victoria and Trinity 1889. 

c.A.M.c, Capt.; France 1918, M.O., No. 5 Dist., Can. For. Cps., Jura Mts. 
Birkenshaw, John Henry; b.a. University Coll. 1913; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Mar. 1917, 24th Bty., c.f.a., 

Gnr.; Bdr., Aug. 1917; Cpl., Nov. 1917; Sergt., Apl. 1918; Vimy-Lens, Pass- 
chendaele, Lens sec; Wounded, Passchendaele, Nov. 26, 1917. 
Birnie, John Frederick Pope; b.a. Victoria 191 1. 

nth Hwr. Bde., c.f.a., Lieut., Jan. 1916; 'c' Bty., r.c.h.a.; France, 8ist Bty., 

Mar. 1917; 2nd Can. Div. Animun. Col., Apl. 1917; 4th Can. Div. Ammun. 

Col., June 1917; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Wounded, Mcnchy Hill, Apl. i, 

1918; Discharged Nov. 1918. 
Birrell, Russell George; b.a. Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Apl. 1917; c.a.m.c. Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Pte. 
Birrell, Walter Gordon; b.a.sc 1916; Staff 1917-18. 

2nd Bn., c.o.R., Pte., July 1918; o/s. July 1918; 3rd Res. Bn. 
Bishop, Charles Allan; Applied Science 1918. 

220th Bn., Lieut., Capt. 1916; (Further details not available). 
Bishop, Clifford Ethelbert; Victoria 1913. 

Can. For. Cps., Pte.; iioth Coy., Scotland. 
Bishop, Harold Henry; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. 

r.a.v.c, Lieut., July 1915; France, att. 28th and loth Divisions; c.A.v.C, Capt.; 

att. 1st and 2nd Divisions; Discharged Apl. 1918. 
Bishop, John Leigh; b.a. Trinity 1913; g.g.f.g., Lieut. 

77th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1915; 87th Bn., Lieut.; France, Aug. 1916; Hdqrs., 

o.m.f.c, London, Apl. 1917; France, Oct. 1918; Ypres sec, Somme (1916), 

Valenciennes (1918); Wounded, Somme, Nov. 18, 1916, and Valenciennes, 

Nov. 5, 1918. 
Bishop, Joseph Moore; Victoria 1915; Applied Science 1916. 

Can. Inf., Pte. (Details not available.) 
Bishop, Russell; R. Coll. Dent. Sueg. 1917. 

252nd Bn., Lieut., 191 7; Can. For. Cps., France; Invalided and discharged 

Nov. 19 1 7. 
Bitzer, Armin Moritv; Applied Science 1909. 

CE. Signals, June 1915; France; 57th Motor Air Line sec; Can. Cps. Hdqrs., 

i/c instrument repair; r.g.a., Cadet, Nov. 1917; Sec. Lieut., Apl. ii)i8; k.g.a., 

Mountain .■\rtillery, Aug. 1918. 



196 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Black, A. S.; Veterinary Coll. 19 13- 15. 

(Reported on Active Service. No details available.) 
Black, A. Percival; Applied Science 19 14. 

St. John's Amb. Bde., Pte., Mar. 1915; r.a.m.c, St. John's Amb. Bde. Hosp., 

Pte.; France, July 1915, Base Hosps., Etaples and Trouville. 
Black, Davidson; m.b. 1906; b.a. University Coll. 191 1. 

c.A.M.c, T.D., M.D. 2, Capt., July 1917; Div. Labty., m.d. 2, Sept. 1917; o/s. 

June 1918; c.A.M.c, T.D., July 1918; Can. Gen. Labty., Witley, Sept. 1918. 
Black, George Duncan Ralph; m.d., cm. Trinity 1905; Hong Kong Vol. Cps. 

R.A.M.C, Major, Feb. 1915; Tsing Tau, Feb. 1915; China 1915-19; Mentioned, 

Services. 
Black, Howard; m.b. 1915; c.o.x.c 

c.A.M.c, m.d. 2, Lieut., Dec. 1916; Capt., June 1917; o/s. Feb. 1917; Westen- 

hanger; No. 9 Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, Mar. 1918, No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 6 

Can. Fd. Amb., July 1918; M.o. 21st En., Aug. 1918; Amiens, Arras — Mens; 

Wounded, Arras, Aug. 26, 19 18. 
Black, Howard McConnell; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.x.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1918. 
Black, Willlam Gr.\ham; Applied Science 1920; c.o.x.c 

R.F.C, Cadet; R.a.f., Sec. Lieut., 1918. 
Blacksxock, George Gooderham; Applied Science 1915. 

R.F.A., Lieut., 1914; 1st Can. Div. Art., a.d.c to o.c; Staff Capt.; 3rd Can. 

Div. Hdqrs., d.a.a.g.; a. a. and q.m.g., A/Major; A/Lt.-Col., Dec. 1918; M.c 

gaz. June 3, 1918; Despatches. 
Blacksxock, Gibbs; b.a. University Coll. 191 1, m.a. 1912. 

Univ. and Public Schools Bde., Pte., Sept. 1914; Transferred to Munitions, 

Aug. 1915; loth Bty., C.G.A., Gnr., May 1918; France, Oct. 1918; Denain, 

Petit Foret, Valenciennes, Rombies. 
Blacksxock, William Gooderham; b.a. University Coll. 1902. 

French Red Cross, Amb. Driver, 1914; (Died July 4, 1920.) 
Blackwell, Roy Wellingxon; d.d.s. 1917. 

c.a.d.c, Sergt., Sept. 1916; Lieut., Oct. 1916; o/s. May 1917; Capt., Oct. 1917. 
Blackwood, SxEWARX Temple; University Coll. 1899; loth Regt., Lieut. 

58th Bn., Jr. Major and Adjt., June 1915; Hdqrs. Staff, Ottawa, d.a.a.g.; 

Capt.; A.A.G., Major; Mentioned, Services, Feb. 1919. 
Blain, David; b.a.sc 1913. 

123rd Bn., Lieut.; France, Mar. 1917; loth Bn., Can. Ry. Tps. 
Blair, Eager James; Applied Science 1910; 23rd Regt., Lieut. 

198th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; Can. For. Cps.; CE.; France, June 1917, 7th Bn., 

C.E., Lieut.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Blair, John F"reeman; D.cf.s. 1908. 

c.a.d.c, att. No. 4 Fd. Amb., Capt.; Major; d.s.o.. Mar. 1919; Despatches 

July 1919; (Further details not available). 
Blake, Hume; b.a. University Coll. 1884. 

C.E.F., Pensions and Claims Bd., Eng., H/Major, Dec. 1915; H/Lt.-Col., Nov. 

1918; Mentioned, Services, Aug. 1917. 
Blake, Harry Moore; University Coll. 1908; c.o.x.c. 

u. of X. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., June 1916; R. Dublin Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., Feb. 

1917; France, Mar. 1917, ist R. Dublin Fusiliers; Lieut., July 1918; Arras, 

Ypres, Courtrai; Severely wounded, Boesinghe, July 13. 1917. 
Blakeley, Alexander William; University Coll. 1919; c.o.x.c. 

u. of X. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Aug. 1918. 



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Blakely, Arthur McAmmond; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c; 24th Regt., Lieut. 

C.A.M.C, M.o. i86th Bn., Capt., May 1916; France, Apl. 1917, No. 2 Can. Sta. 

Hosp.; No. 10 Can. Fd. Amb., June 1918; M.o. 9th Bde., c.f.a., Sept. 1918; 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Severely wounded, Cambrai, Sept. 29, 1918. 
Blakely, William McDowell ; d.d.s. 1920. 

C.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917. 
Blaxchard, Ben7.\min Howes Calkin; b.s.a. 1914. 

17th Bn., Pte., Sept. 1914; 15th Bn., Jan. 1915; France, Feb. 1915; Cpl., June 

1915; Ypres, Festubert; Wounded, Festubert, May 1915; Severely wounded, 

Ploegsteert, Aug. 26, 1915; Discharged Nov. 1916. 
Bland, Alan Gr.\h.a.m, b.s a. 1913. 

4th Bde. Hdqrs., C.F.A. , Gnr., Dec. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; t.m. Bty., Lieut. ,- 

O.C, Feb. 1916; Kemmel- Ypres; Invalided Aug. 1916; r.s.a., Kingston, Instr., 

Jan. 1917; Capt., July 1917; Instr., Mass. Instit. Technology, July-Sept. 1917; 

Instr., Yale Univ., Sept. 191 7 -June 1919. 
Blandin, Murray Howard; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

1st Bn., 1st C.O.R., Pte., May 1918; C.A.D.C, July 1918. 
Blatz, Wilhelm Emet; b.a. Victoria 1916, M.A. 1917, (Medicine 1921); c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Staff Sergt., i/c Functional re-education. 
Blayney, York; m.b. 1917; c.o.t.c 

13th Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Mar. 1915; Bdr.; France; Returned to complete course 

Feb. 1916; C.A.M.C, Lieut.; o/s. May 1918. 
Bleakley, Thomas Wilmot; d.d.s. 1910, m.b. 1916. 

C.A.M.C, T.D., M.D. 2, Lieut., Jan. 1917; T. D., M.D. I ;. Capt., Dec. 1917; 

o/s. Apl. 1917; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Queen's Hosp., Sidcup; France, Nov. 

1918, No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Bleakney, Arthur Stuart; b.a. University Coll. 19 15. 

2ist Bn., Pte., Oct. 1914; L-Cpl.; 39th Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1915; Instr., Shorn- 

cliffe M.G. School; France, July 1916, ist Can. m.g. Coy.; Ypres, Somme, Vimy; 

Severely wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 1917; Discharged Nov. 1917. 
Blott, Robert Dudley; Medicine 1917 (1923). 

37th Bn., Pte., June 1915; France, 42nd Bn.; Wounded Mar. 23, 1916; Dis- 
. charged Dec. 1916. 
Blue, Archie Wilfred; University Coll. 1919; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., July 1918. 
Boast, Charles Raymond; b.v.sc 1918; c.o.t.c 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Aug. 1918; France, Dec. 1918, No. 2 Vety. Hosp., Le Havre; 

No. 14 Vety. Hosp., Abbeville; No. 2 a.r.d. 
Boddington, David Harvey; M.B. 1905, Staff. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Capt.; China, Jan. 1917; Brit. Red Cross, Siberian Ex. F., Oct. 

1918. 
Boddy, Albert Ha wley; b.a. Trinity 1913; 38th Regt., Lieut. 

162nd Bn., Capt., May 1916; o/s. Nov. 1916; 36th Bn., Capt., Nov. 1916; 

Invalided and discharged Mar. 1917. 
BoDDY, John; Education 19 15. 

R.A.F. 2/a.m., Sept. 1917; Cpl. 
BoDDY, Robert Arthur; b.s.a. 1913. 

c.a.s.c, Pte., Sept. 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; att. y.m.c.a., Shorncliffe, Oct. 1917- 

Dec. 1919; Khaki Univ., Shorncliffe, Instr. 
Bogart, Ernest Charleton; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; Siberian Ex. F., 20th m.g. Coy.; Cpl.; 

Siberia, Jan. 1919; Vladivostok — Harbin. 



198 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

BoHAN, Charles Clayton; St. Michael's 1915. 

1st Bn., E.O.R., Pte., Jan. 1918; France, June 1918, 2nd Bn,; Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Valenciennes. 
Boles, William Patterson; m.b. 19 18. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. I, Lieut., May 1918; Siberian Ex. F., Fd. Amb. 
BoLLEN, Christopher; m.b. 1888, m.d. 1891. 

Australian Imperial Forces, Capt., July 1915; 15th Australian Fd. Amb.; 

Major, 2nd i/c, Nov. 1915; Suez Canal Defences 1916; Armentieres, Fleurbaix, 

Somme (1916). 
Bolster, Lancelot Edward; m.d., cm. Trinity 1891. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Apl. 1916; Capt. 1917; Mesopotamia, May 1916; Invalided 

Jan. 1917; France, Oct. 1917, 2/3rd South Midland Fd. Amb.; Cambrai (Nov. 

1917), St. Quentin Retreat (Mar. 1918); Discharged Sept. 1918. 
BoLTE, Auguste Armour; University Coll. 1918. 

c.A.s.c, Lieut., Feb. 1916; 230th For. Bn., Feb. 1917; France, Apl. 1918, 75th 

Bn.; Arras sec, Amiens, Drocourt-Queant, etc.; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 1918. 
Bond, Charles Ernest; m.b. 1917; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, m.d. 2., Lieut., 1918. 
Bond, John Henry Martin; b.a. Trinity 1909. 

1st Bn., Pte., Sept. 1914; o/s. Sept. 1914; Invalided and discharged June 1915. 
Bonnell, Mossom Burwell; Applied Science 1904, Diploma. 

3rd Fd. Coy., C.E., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, Oct. 1916; Arras; Invalided 

Aug. 1917; Discharged Sept. 1918. 
Bonnycastle, Gerald Carlow; d.d.s. 1900; 46th Regt., Capt. 

c.a.d.c, Capt., Nov. 1915, att. 136th and 139th Bns.; o/s. Apl. 1916; att. 5th 

Can. Tr. Bde.; Can. Conval. Hosp., Epsom; Staff clinic, London; France, 

Oct. 1917, No. I Can. ccs. ; i/ist East Lanes. Fd. Amb.; Can. Cps. Dental 

Labty.; No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Nieuport sec. ; Vimysec; Mentioned, Services, 

Aug. 1917; Despatches July 191 7. 
Boone, Charles Armel; University Coll. 1901; loth Regt., Lieut; 2nd Manchester 

Regt., Sec. Lieut., S. African War 1900; Lieut. 1901; Despatches Aug. 1901; 

123rd Bn., Major 2nd i/c, Nov. 1915; [S.A. Medals and clasps; Capt. 1907. 

France, Mar. 1917, 123rd Can. Pion. Bn.; 9th Bn., C.E., Major 2nd i/c; Vimy, 

Passchendaele, Arras sec; Gassed, Passchendaele; Discharged Aug. 1918; 

Despatches Jan. 1918. 
BooNE, Frank Herbert; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut.; att. r.f.c (Canada); Transport service, China-France; c.a.m.c, 

M.D. 2, Capt., Jan. 1918. 
Booth, Frank Whitehead; Applied Science 1916, (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.t.c, Sgr. 

'c' Bty., R.C.H.A., Gnr., Sept. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, 19th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr.; 

R.A.F., Cadet, July 191 8; Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Arras. 
Booth, George Ewart; Applied Science 191 7; c.o.t.c 

R.F.C, May 1917; Discharged, Transf. to Munitions; 67th. u. of T., Bty., c.f.a., 

Gnr., Apl. 1918; France, Sept. 1918, 12th Bty., cg.a.. Artificer; Valenciennes, 

Mons. 
Booth, Lancelot Parker; m.d., cm. Trinity 1887, d.d. Trinity 1902. 

R.A.M.c, South African Forces, Capt.; (Further details not available). 
Booth, Robert; Trinity 1916-18. 

C.G.R., Pte., May 1918; France, Oct. 1918, 75th Bn.; Valenciennes; Khaki 

Univ. (Belgium), Instr., Jan. 1919. 
Booth, Samuel J.; Victoria 1916. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 



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Booz, Frederick Bernard; Applied Science 1917; c.o.x.c. 

34th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., 1915; 53rd Bty., c.f.a., Sergt.; (Further details not 

available). 
BoswELL, John Francis; Veterinary Coll. 1914-16. 

c.A.v.c.,. Lieut., Mar. 1917; France, May 1917, 2nd Can. Div., Capt ., d.a.d.v.s. 

att. 1st Bde., c.f.a.; Arras sec, Passchendaele, Arras etc. (1918). 
BoswELL, William Henry; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. 

A.E.F., 304th Ammun. Tr., 79th Div., Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1917; France, Sept. 1918;; 

\'ety. Cps., att. 304th Engineers, Lieut., May 1919; Meuse, Argonne. 
BoTT, Edward Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1912, Staff. 

General List, i/c Functional Re-education, H/Capt. 
BoTT, George Ernest; Victoria 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Jan. 1916; Cpl., Sergt.; France, Mar. 1918, Can. Cav. Bde., 

Sig. Troop, Spr.; Amiens, Le Cateau. 
BoucK, Charles; m.b. 191 i. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Dec. 1917; o/s. Dec. 1917; att. 4th Res. Bn.; France, July 1918. 
Boulding, Charles Richard; Education 1912, (Medicine 1923). 

95th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Sept. 1916, ist Bn.; Somme, Lens, Vimy; 

Wounded, Fresnoy, May 3, 1917; Invalided and discharged Jan. 1918. 
Boulter, John West; b.a. University Coll. 1915. 

o/s. Oct. 1916; R.F.c, Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, 21st Sqdn.; 

R.A.F., Lieut.; Ypres sec. 
BovltEr, Lel and Wellington; University Coll. 1919, (Medicine 1923); c.o.x.c 

75th Bty., C.F.A., Sergt., Mar. 1917; R.s.A., Lieut.; France, July 1918, 48th Hwr. 

Bty., C.F.A., Gnr.; Somme, Cambrai, Douai — Mons; Gassed Jan. I918; Invalided 

Jan. 1919. 
Bourinot, Arthur Stanley; Trinity and University Coll., b.a. 1915.; c.o.t.c 

77th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1915; r.f.c, Sept. 1916; France, 191 7; Prisoner, June 3, 

1917. 
BouRKE, Fr.\ncis John; phm.b.. 1916. 

R.A.F., Cadet., 1918. 
Bourne, Obre Brabazon; Applied Science 1907, Diploma; 36th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

76th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Feb. 1918; Bdr., Cpl., Sergt.; Lieut., May 1918. 
Bowes, Emer William John; Education 1915; c.o.t.c (London), Lieut. 

R.F.c, Cadet, Dec. 1917; r.a.f., Flight Cadet. 
Bowes, Harold Edwin; Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Aug. 1917; o/s. Jan. 1918; R. Art., Sec. Lieut. 
Bowie, Innes; m.d., cm. Trinity 1893. 

c.A.M.c, Major, Lt.-Col.; France, No. i Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Bowles, Walter Fletcher; b.a. Victoria 1914, Staff; c.o.t.c, Sergt., Lieut. 

U. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 19 17; Sergt.; ist Can. Tank Bn., Litut., \p\. 

1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Bowxes, Wilfrid George Devitt; b.a. Victoria 1916; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., c.f.a., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Sept. 1916; Wounded and 

shell-shocked Somme, Oct. I, 1916; Invalided and discharged Apl. 1917. 
Bowman, Edgar Peterson; b.a.sc 191 i. 

256th Can. Ry. Constr. ]',n., Pte., h'cl). 1917; Sergt.; France, June 1917; loth 

Bn., Can. Ry. Tps.; Lieut., Apl. 1918; Nieuport and Ypres sees. 
Bowman, Frederick; Api)licd -Science 1911, Diploma; 58th Regt. 

Can. Ry. Tjis., 15th Reinforcing Draft, Pte., May 1917; France, Sept. 1917. 

7tli Hn., Can. Ry. Tps.; Cpl., .\pl. igis; 4tli I'.n., Can. Ry. Tps., Lieut., Oct. 

19 18; Passchendaele, March Retreat (St. Quentin), Cambrai etc. 



200 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Bowman, Fred Behimer; m.b. 1906; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., July 1915; Major, Dec. 1916; o/s. Aug. 1915; No. 11 Can. 

Gen. Hosp.; o.c. No. 2 Can. Mob. Labty.; o.c. No. i Can. Gen. Labty.; Italy, 

Feb. 1918, o.c. No. 14 Mob. Labty., Taranto; Asiago sec; Special w.o. Comm., 

France, 1919; Mentioned, Services, Jan. 1916. 
Box, WiLLARD McConnell; d.d.s. 1920. 

C.A.D.c, Sergt., 1916-17. 
BoYCE, Arthur John; b.a. University Coll. 1914, m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Dec. 1916; Invalided Feb. 1917. 
Boyd, Arthur Macallum; b.a. University Coll. 1907; 4th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

46th Bty., C.F.A. , Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, July 1916; A/Capt., June-Dec. 

1917; Ypres-Kemmel sec, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Lens, Passchendaele; Re- 
turned Jan. 1918; 1st Bn., ist C.O.R., Capt., June 1918. 
Boyd, Edmund; b.a. University Coll. 1905, m.b. 1908; c.A.M.c, Capt. 

C.A.M.c, Capt., Sept. 1918; o/s; West Cliff Can. Spec. Hosp.; No. 16 Can. 

Gen. Hosp. 
Boyd, Fr.\nces Rogan; University Coll. 1904. 

American Red Cross, France. 
Boyd, Gardiner Mossom; Applied Science 1908. 

C.F.A., Gnr., Nov. 1916; France, June 1917, 4th Bty; 25th Bty., Sgr.: Ltns, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras — ^Valenciennes. 
Boyd, Henry Ormsby; m.d., cm. Trinity 1897. 

C.A.M.c, M.o. 109th Bn., Capt., July 1916; o/s. July 1916; a.d.m.s. Staff, 

Bramshott; M.o. 21st Res. Bn.; France, July 1917, Can. For. Cps., s.M.o. No.' 

12 Distr., Bordeaux, Major; o.C Facture Detention Hosp.; French Rosette 

d'Officier de ITnstruction Publique, May 19 19. 
Boyd, Herbert Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1909. 

Chinese Labour Cps., Sec. Lieut., Mar. 1917; France, June 1917; Lieut.; Capt., 

Oct. 1918. 
Boyd, Julian South worth; m.b 1909; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

C.A.M.c, T.D., M.D. 2, Capt., Mar. 1916; Major, July 1916; o/s. Apl. 1919. 
Boyd, Robert Shields; b.a. University Coll. 1917, Wycliffe, (reg. m.a. 1919); co.T.c, 

c.A.s.c, T.D., M.D. 2, Pte., Jan. 1917; France, Nov. 1917, p.p.cl.i.; [Cpl. 

3rd Pn., Can. m.g. Cps., Pte., May 1918; Lens, Amiens, Arras — Cambrai. 
EoYD, William Ernest, d.d.s. 1916. 

ist Can. Tank Bn., Pte., Ap!. 1918. (Died 1920). 
Boyd, William James; b.sc.f. 1916. 

2nd Univ. Coy., p.p.cl.i., Pte., Mar. 1915; 53rd Bty., c.f.a., Lieut.; France, 

Sept. 1916, i6th Bty., c.f.a.; 53rd Bty., c.f.a.; Can. Cps. Art.; Somme, Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras; Wounded, Loos, Oct. 1917, and Arras, Mar. 1918; 

Discharged Sept. 1918. 
BoYE, James Graham; Applied Science 1921 (1923). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918; Can. Res. Art. 
BoYER, George Florian; m.b. 1907, m.d. 1911, Staff; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

c.A.M.c, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Mar. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; a.d.m.s. 

Staff, Shorncliffe, Oct. 1916; Ramsgate Spec. Hosp., Apl. 1917; Granville Can. 

Spec. Hosp., Oct. 1917; Major, Jan. 1918; Returned Apl. 1918; Consultant in 

Neurology, m.d. i and m.d. 2. 
Boyes, Nelson Ross; Veterinary Coll. 1915-17. 

C.A.V.C, Lieut., July 1918; o/s. Aug. 1918; Woolwich, Shorncliffe. 
Boyle, Victor Osmund; b.a. Trinity 1913, m.a. 1914. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt., June 1918; att. Niagara Camp, Hamilton Hosp. 



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Brace, Albert James; Victoria 1901-04. 

Chinese Labour Cps., Lieut., May 19 17; France, Sept. 1917; Capt. 
Br:\.ce, George Arnold; Applied Science 192 i ; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn., Pte.; o/s. June 1918. 
Brace, William Donald; m.b. 19 13. 

c.A.M.C, M.o. 203rd Bn., Capt., ApL 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; m.o. i8th Res. Bn.; 

France, May 1917; No. 7 Can. Gen. Hosp.; att. g.h.q., 3rd Echelon, Rouen, 

Sept. 1917; Returned Jan. 1918; i/c Moose Jaw Mil. Hosp., m.d. 12; Pres., 

Gen. Med. Bd., Regina. 
Bradley, Henry Dell; b.a. University Coll. 1915. 

74th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1918; France, Aug. 1918, ist Can. Div. Amm. 

Col.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mens. 
Bradley, Randolph Willmott; d.d.s. 1920. 

Can. Inf., Pte.; c.a.d.c, Pte., June 1917; att. r.a.f. (Canada), June 1918.. 
Bradley, Thomas; m.d., cm. Trinity 1897; c.a.m.c. 

c.A.M.C, Capt., Aug. 1915; No. 2 f.a.d., London; o.c 149th Bn., T Lt.-Col.; 

c.a.m.c, Oct. 1916; Red Cross Spec. Hosp., Buxtoi>, Eng., Jan. 1917; France, 

Nov. 1917, No. 2 Can. c.c.s.; No. i Can. Fd. Amb., March 1918; Ypres sec. 

Bailleul sec. 
Bradshaw, William John; University Cofl. 1916. 

C.F.A., Lieut.; France; Rep. wounded Nov. 26, 1917; France, June 1918; 

Northern Russia, c.f.a., Lieut., 1918-19; M.c, gaz. May 1919. 
Br.\dstock, Arthur; Trinity 1913. 

213th Bn., Pte., 1916; 238th Bn., Pte. 
Bramfitt, George Neville; Education 1908, b.a. Victoria 1915, Staff; 2nd Fd. Coy., 

Instr. Cadre, M.D. 2, Capt., Aug. 1915; Adjt., [cE., Capt.; c.o.t.c. Major. 

Apl. 1916; o.c, N.c.o. T.D., M.D. 2, Oct. 1917; 2nd Bn., 2nd co.r., June 

1918; o/s. Aug. 1918; Invalided; att. R.A.F. , Nov. 1918. 
Brand, John Murray; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. 

R.A.V.C, Lieut., Mar. 1915; Capt.; France, Aug. 1915; Salonica, Oct. 1915; 

Invalided Dec. 1917; Ireland; Mentioned, Salonica, July 1920. 
Brandon, Harry Elmer; b.a.sc 1907; io6th Regt., Lieut. 

184th Bn., Pte.; Lieut., Dec. 1^15; Can. For. Cps., 36th Coy., Oct. 1916; 

France, Aug. 1917. 
Bray, George Herbert; d.d.s. 1905. 

c.a.d.c, Lieut., Aug. 1915; i/c Dental clinic. Tuxedo Mil. Hosp., m.d. 10; Capt., 

Dec. 1915; o/s. Dec. 1915; Beachborough Hosp.; France, Mar. 1917, No. 10 

Can. Fd. Amb.; att. Can. Cps. Hdqrs. 
Bray, Harry Randle; b.a. University Coll. 1905; r.cn., Sub-Lieut. 

R.N.cv.R., Sub-Lieut., Aug. 1914; h.m.c.s. 'Rainbow'; Pacific; h.m.c.s. 'Niobc', 

h.m.cs. 'Tuna', 1915-16; Atlantic; C.F.A. , Lieut., Oct. 1916; cg.a., loth Bty., 

Jan. 1918; France, Mar. 1918; Vimy sec. Arras, Amiens, Cambrai — -Mons. 
Breadon, Lorenzo Hutchinson Morton; b.a. Trinity 1910. 

72nd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., July 1916; 5th Ilwr. Bty., C.F.A. , Oct. 1916; France, 

Dec. 1916, 1st Div. Ammun. Col.; Can. Cps. Survey Sec, Hvy. Art., June 1918; 

Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens etc. 
Brebner, John Bartlet; University Coll. 19 17, (b.a. — O.xon, 1920). 

c.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Cjil., A])!. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 

1915; Sergt., Apl. 1916; Staff Sergt., Apl. 1917; R.g.a., Cadet, Feb. 1918; 

R.G.A., 519th Siege Bty., Sec. Lieut., .\ug. 1918; Instr., Cenir.il Siege School, 

Lydd, Oct. 1918. 



202 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Brecken, Pait. Ralph; Victoria 1908, b.a.sc. 1909. 

Y.M.C.A., Capt.; o/s. Aug. 1917; Bramshott; France, July 1918; Gassed, Sept. 

1918. 
Breckon, William Darche; b.s.a. 1906. 

C.A.s.c, Pte., Mar. 1917; Can. Inf.; 4th Can. Hvy. Bty.; France; CA.M.C. 
Breen, Joseph Melville; Applied Science 1918 (1921). 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1916; A/Sergt.; L-Cpl.; France, June 1917, 4th Div. 

Sig. Coy.; Lens, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Denain-Valenciennes; Gassed, 

Passchendaele, Nov. 1917; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 10, 1918. 
Brenx.\kd, Clarence George; University Coll. 1921 (1923). 

R.A.F., Cadet, Jan. 1918; Sec. Lieut.; o/s. Sept. 1918. 
Brent, Charles Henry (Rt. Rev.); b.a. Trinity 1884, m.a. 1889, d.d. 1902. 

A.E.F., Major and Senior Chaplain; France, Dec. 19 17; St. Mihiel, Argonne, 

Meuse, Vesle, Somme; Cmdr., Belgian Ordre de Leopold, Apl. 1919; u.s. 

Distinguished Service Medal, Apl. 1919; Medal, Amer. Academy of Social 

Sciences, Apl. 1919; C.B., July 1919. 
Brereton, Lloyd Randolph; b.a.sc. 1914; ist Fd. Troop, c.e., Spr. 

2nd Army Troops Coy., C.E.,Sergt., June 1915; France, Jan. 1916; Kemmel, Ypres, 

Somme, Mont St. Eloi; r.f.c. Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut., Apl. 1918; 

France, Nov. 1917, 104th, 59th and 52nd Sqdns. ; Armentieres, Messines, 

Cambrai-Arras- Albert; Wounded July 1918. 
Breslove, David; b.a. University Coll. 1914, m.a. 1915, Education 1915. 

1st Depot Bn., 1st c.o.R., Pte., Mar. 1918. 
Brethour, Elden James; Trinity 1917 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

80th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; Can. Pay Ofifice, London, Eng. 
Brett, James Enos; b.a. Victoria 1914. 

68th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr.; (Further details not available). 
Breuls, Harold Alvin Carl; University Coll. 1918, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c, Sergt. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Lieut., Mar. 1916; r.g.a.. Sec. Lieut., July 1918; Fiance, 

Sept. 19 1 8, 1 68th Siege Bty.; Le Catelet, Maretz— Le Cateau; Gassed, Escau- 

fourt, Oct. 14, 1918. 
Brickenden, William Thomas; Applied Science 1919 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Nov. 1916; r.n.c.v.r., Wt. Offr., w/t. Operator, Mar. 1917; 

Jeddore Rock Sta., A. p. v. 'Stadacona', Barrington Passage Sta. 
Bricker, Calvin David; d.d.s. 1907. 

c.A.D.c, Capt.; France; (Further details not available). 
Bridge, Harold Edward; Trinity 1915. 

7th C.M.R., Pte., Jan. 1915; Sergt., Pte.; 12th Bn., Lieut.; France, Mar. 1916; 

19th Bn., Lieut.; Arras-Lens sec; Wounded and prisoner, Fresnoy, May 8, 

1917; Exchanged Apl. 191 8; Repatriated Aug. 1918; Capt., 1918. 
Brien, John Wesley (m.p.); m.d., cm. Trinity 1892. 

CA.M.C , M.o. 99th Bn., Capt., Mar. 1916; o/s. May 1916; Hospitals service; 

Invalided Aug. 1917; Bd. Pension Commissioners, Oct. 1917; British and 

Canadian Recruiting Mission, Detroit, Jan. 1918. 
Briggs, Fr,\nk Courtney Heaton; d.d.s. 1900; c.a.m.c, H/Lieut. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Jan. 1916; Capt.; o/s. Dec. 1917; Can. Disch. Depot, Buxton; 

3rd C.C.D., Hastings; Can. For. Cps., Sunningdale; France, June 1918, L. of c; 

No. 7 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Bright, Denny; University Coll. 1914-15, Wycliffe. 

C.A.s.c, Pte., Dec. 1916; Sergt.; o/s. Apl. 1917; r.a.f.. Sec. Lieut. 
Bright, Samuel George; b.v.sc 191 i. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., July 1915; Capt., July 1916; att. 32nd Div.; att. 31st Div.; 



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Egypt, Dec. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; Serre, Lacouture (1916), Somme (1916- 

17), Vimy (1917), Douchy (Mar. 1918), Bailleul-Belgiek-Russeignies (Sept.- 

Nov. 1918); Gassed Oct. 28, 1918; Despatches Aug. 1919. 
Brink, George Clair; m.b. 1913. 

c.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot, Capt., June 1915; o/s. Oct. 1915; No. 15 Can. 

Gen. Hosp.; France, Mar. 1916, att. 3rd Div. c.e.; Ypres, Somme; Invalided; 

Discharged Apl. 1917. 
Brinsmead, Howard; b.v.sc. 1916. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Aug. 1916; Capt.; Vety. Hosp., Bangalore, India. , 
Brisco, Clarence Alfred; m.b. 1913; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

c.A.M.C, No. 5 Sta. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Sergt. -Major; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 

1915; Capt., May 1916; Major, Feb. 1918; France, Sept. 1915, No. 73 Fd. 

Amb.; Loos, Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Messines, Passchendaele, March Retreat 

(1918); M.C., Aug. 1917; Despatches June 1917. 
Bristol, Everett; b. a. University Coll. 191 i ; R.o., Lieut. 

1st King Edward's Horse, Tpr., Aug. 1914; 13th Hussars, Sec. Lieut., Sept. 1914: 

France, Dec. 1914; 15th Can. Bn., Lieut., May 1915; Hdqrs., 3rd Can. Inf. 

Bde., Capt. and Bde. m.g. Offr., June 1915; Neuve Chapelle, Givenchy, Ploeg- 

steert-Messines sec; Severely wounded Dec. 18, 1915; Chief Instr., m.g. School, 

M.D. 2, Oct. 1916; Dept. of Militia, Hdqrs. Staff, Private Secretary to Minister, 

Dec. 1916; Hdqrs. o.m.f.c, London, d.a.a.g. and Private Secretary to Minister, 

Nov. 1917; C.M.G., June 1918; Mentioned, Services, May 1918. 
Broadworth, Robert Thompson; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1919 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 28th Bty., c.f.a., 

Dr.; 15th Bty., Mar. 19 17; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Can. Disch. Depot, 

Buxton, Aug. 1918; C.A.D.C, M.D. 2, Pte., Nov. 1918. 
Brock, Cecil Guelph; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c; 90th Regt., Lieut. 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., May 1916; France, June 1917, 1st Sqdn.; r.a.f., 

209th and 3rd Sqdns., Lieut.; Ypres, Arras, Amiens sees.; Wounded Aug. 13, 

1917, and Aug. 21, 1918. 
Brock, Ernest Reginald; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c; 96th Regt., Lieut. 

144th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; r.n.v.r., Sub-Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., June 1917; 

Mediterranean and Adriatic patrol. 
Brock, George Melbourne; b.a. University Coll. 19 13; c.o.t.c, Western Univ. 

c.a.m.c. No. 10 Sta. Hosp., Capt. and Qr.-Mr., May 1916; o/s. Aug. 1916; 

France, Dec. 19 17. 
Brock, Henry; b.c.l. Trinity 1899, d.c.l. 1905; loth Regt., Lt.-Col. o.c 

Gen. Staff, m.d. 2, Chief Recruiting Offr. for Toronto, July 19 15, an 1 for m.d. 2, 

Sept. 19 15; Director, National Service, m.d. 2, Sept. 19 16. 
Brock, Milton Ward; Victoria 19 19; c.o.t.c 

r.f.c. Cadet, Dec. 19 17; r.a.f. 
Brock, William Middleton; b.a.sc 1913; 21st Regt., Cpl. 

C.K., Signals, Spr., Nov. 1915; France, Aug. 1916, 4th Div. Sig. Coy., 12th Inf. 

Bde.; c.e., Lieut., Aug. 1918; 2nd i/c 4th Pontoon Bridging Tpt., Sept. 1918; 

Ypres sec, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Bourlon — Mons; Wounded, 

Passchendaele, Oct. 31, 1917. 
Brockenshire, Freeman Albert; m.b. 1913. 

c.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Ami). Dcjiot, Lieut., Nov. 1915: Cajit.; France, May 1916, 

No. I Can. Base Hosp.; No. 9 Fd. Amb., Sept. 1916; M.o. R. Can. Regt., Jan. 

1917; M. o. No. I Can. Labour Bn., Oct. 1917; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Ypres; 

No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp., Feb. 1918: Major, Ajil. 1919; Dom. Ortli. Hosp., 

M.D. 2, July 1919. 



204 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Broder, Frederick Henry; b.a. University Coll. 1902. 

148th Bn., Cpl., Dec. 1915; France, Apl. 1917, 21st Bn., Pte.; CpL; Vimy-Lens 
sec; Wounded, Lens, July 19 17. 

Brodie, Frederic James; m.b. 1904, m.d. 1905, f.r.c.s.; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

R. A. M.c, Lieut., June 1915; Capt., June 1916; Malta, Sept. 19 15; Imtarfa Mil. 
Hosp.; Salcnica, June 1916, No. 37 Gen. Hosp., Surg. Spec; Balkans, 
1916-17; C.A.M.C, Capt., Oct. 1917-Oct. 1919; Shaughnessy Mil. Hosp., m.d. 
11,0. i/c Med. Div. 

Brodie, William Michael; b.a.sc. 1896. 

234th Bn., Capt., Feb. 1916; Discharged Apl. 1917. 

Brogden, Lawrence Frederick; m.b. 191 i. 

c.a.m.c, Capt., Apl. 1916; o/s. Dec 1916; France, Dec. 1917, No. 7 Can. Gen. 
Hosp.r No. 8 Fd. Amb., Jan. 1918; m.o. 9th Bn., c.e., May 1918; No. 3 c.c.s., 
Nov. 19 18; Vimy, Arras, Amiens. 

Brokenshire, Melville Clinton; Education 1913; 49th Regt., Lieut. 

109th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; 253rd Bn.; France, Aug. 1917, 15th Bn.; Lens, 
Passchendaele, Lens sec, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras — ^Douai. 

Bromley, Albert James; Medicine 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

84th Bn., Med. Sergt., July 1915; France, 1916, 75th Bn., Pte.; Somme, Vimy, 
Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918; De- 
spatches Nov. 1916. 

Brooke, Arthur Terrill; Trinity 1918. 

19th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; Ploegsteert, St. Eloi, Ypres (1916), 
Somme; Wounded Jan. 1917; Invalided and discharged Feb. 19 18. 

Brooke, Rufus John Whitby; m.b. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., May 1916; Capt., May 1917; M.O. British and Canadian Re- 
cruiting Mission, Minneapolis; M.o. Hosp. Ship 'Madras' to Siberia, Jan. 1919. 

Broom, John Cameron Wilson; d.d.s. 1917; c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

C.A.D.C, m.d. 3, Lieut., Mar. 1917; att. 230th For. Bn.; att. r.f.c, July 1917; 
Capt., Feb. 1918; o/s. Feb. 1918; Returned for duty Sept. 1919. 

Brough.\ll, George Herbert; b.a. Trinity 1883. 

C.A.M.C, Pte., Aug. 1916; o/s. Feb. 1917; c.a.m.c Dapot, Westenhanger and 
Risboro' Bks; Princess Patricia's Hosp., Ramsgate; France, Sepl. 1917; Can. 
Chaplain Svce., Capt., Dec. 1917; att. Manitoba Regtl. Depot; Seaford, Apl. 
1918; No. I CCD.; France, May 1918, No. 7 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No, 3 ?nd No. 
II Impl. Sta. Hosps., Aug. 1918; No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp., Aug. 1918. 

Broughton, Ernest Alfred; Medicine 1916, (m.b. 1917); c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Staff Sergt., Nov. 19 15; Salonica, 
Nov. 1915; Returned to complete course June 1916; c.a.m.c, m.d. 2, Lieut., 
Oct. 1917; Capt., June 1918; Spadina, Whitby and St. Andrew's Mil. Hosps., 
1917-1919. 

Brouse, Eld ridge Dean Gooderham; b.a.sc 1915; c.e.; c.a.s.c, Mech. Tpt., Lieut. 
C.A.s.c, No. 3 Amm. Sub-Park, Lieut., Jan. 1916; C.A.s.c, Mech. Tpt. Coy., 
June 1917; France, Sept. 1917, 3rd Can. Div. Supply Col.; Seed, to r.g.a., 204th 
Bty., Mar. 1918; C.G.A., Oct. 1918; Ypres, Arras. 

Brown, Alfred Carman; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921, (Medicine 1924); 15th Regt. 
182nd Bn., Pte., May 1916; Bandsman; Invalided and discharged Sept. 1917. 

Brown, Archie Fairbairn; University Coll. 1916; i8th Mtd. Rifles, Lieut. 

32nd Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1914; France, May 1915, 2nd Bn.; Capt., Feb. 1916; 
Invalided Apl. 1916; 14th Can. Inf. Bde., 5th Div., England, Staff Capt.; 
France, June 1917 2nd Bn., A/Major; Festubert, Givenchy, Hill 60, (1915- 



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1916); Hill 70, Passchendaele; Wounded, Passchendaele, Nov. 6, 1917; D.s.o., 

Passchendaele, Nov. 1917; Despatches June 1917, May 1918; Invalided 

and discharged May 19 18. 
Browx, Arthur Huxtixgdon; Victoria 1917; c.o.x.c. 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Aug. 1915; Ploegsteert, St. Eloi, 

Ypres (1916); Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai, etc.; Wounded, Somme Oct. 12, 1916, Passchendaele, Nov. 10, 1917, 

and Somme, Sept. 1918. 
Browx, Charles Clixton; m.b. 1918; c.o.t.c. • 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Lieut., May 1918; Capt., Apl. 1919; o/s. Sept. 1918; att. 

Regtl. Depot group, Witley; 'e' wing, Bramshott; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

'm' wing, Witley. 
Browx, Chester Pettit; b.a. Victoria 1910, m.a. 1911, m.b. 1913, d.p.h. 1915; c.a.m.c, 

C.A.M.C, M.D. II, Capt., Apl. 1916; o/s. July 1916; Salonica, Aug. [Lieut. 

1916, No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., June 1919; o.C. Distr. 

Labty., M.D. 2. 
Browx, Claude; d.d.s. 1899. 

c.a.d.c, Capt., Major, Lt.-Col.; o/s.; .\.d.d.s., 5th Div. ; a. d.d.s., Witley; 

A.D.D.S., Bramshott; O.B.E., June 1919; Mentioned, Services, Mar. 1918. 
Browx, Douglas Laxdseer; d.d.s. 1913. 

C.A.D.C, Capt. Aug. 1917; Dental clinic. Tuxedo Hosp., M.D. 10; o/s. June 1918; 

SeafordArea; London Area. 
Browx, Duxcax Eugene; St. Michael's 1919, (Medicine 1924); c.o.t.c 

228th Bn., Cpl., May 1916; Sergt.; France, Apl. 1917; Vimy, Lens, Passchen- 
daele, Amiens, Cambrai; Wounded, Aug. 20, 1918. 
Browx, Edmuxd Percival; b.a. University Coll. 1901 ; loth Regt., Lieut. 

123rd Bn., Major, Feb. 1916; France, Mar. 1917, 123rd Can. Pion. Bn.; 9th 

Bn., C.E., May 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Italy (Dec. 1917-Jan. 1918), 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc.; Gassed, Sept. 18, 19 18; Despatches Jan. 

1918, Nov. 1918. 
Browx, Elmer Leslie; b.v.sc 1917. 

C.A.V.C, Lieut., Mar. 1917; Capt., July 1917; France, June 1917, att. 1st Can. 

Div.; Lens sec, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Browx, Elmer William; Medicine 192 i. 

2Hd Depot Bn., ist c.o.r., Pte., May 1918. 
Browx, George Gordon; Victoria 1918 (1922); c.o.t.c 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; 17th Bty., Mar. 1917; 

Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Canal 

du Nord; Wounded, Canal du Nord, Sept. 27, 1918. 
Brown, George Williams; b.a. Victoria 1915; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., July 1917; ist Can. Tank Bn., Lieut., May 1918; 

o/s. June 1918. 
Brown, George Wood; University Coll. 1909; 95th Regt., Lieut. 

68th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, July 1916, 13th Bn.; loth Inf. Rde. 

Hdqrs. Staff, Mar. 1917; 4th Bde. Hdqrs., Staff Capt., Sept. 1917; Somme, 

Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 6, 

1918; m.c, gaz. Jan. 1918. 
Brown, Gordon; Applied Science 1903. 

151st Rn., Scrgt., Dec. 1915; o/s. Oct. 1916; (Further details not available). 
Brown, Hakoi.d Duke; Education, 1912; Victoria 1917 (1921); c.o.t.c, Scrgt. 

141)1 iity., c.K.A., Gnr., Feb. 1915; France, Sept. 1015; c.f.a., Lieut. Junf i()i7; 



2o6 UMVERSITV OF TORONTO 

7th Bty., C.G.A., Oct. 1917; Loos, Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Arras sec, 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Despatches Mar. 1919. 
Browx, Harold Erxest; m.b. 1914. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut.; (Details not available). 
Browk, Harold Russell; Applied Science 1915. 

R.N.V.R., Sub-Lieut., Apl. 1916; England and Channel; Invalided Sept. 1916; 

R.X.C.V.R., i c recruiting, Sub-Lieut., Dec. 1916; Atlantic patrol, Apl. 1917; 

Invalided and discharged Dec. 19 17. 
Brown, Harry jVIootrey; St. Michael's 1920 (1921). 

R.F.c, Cadet, May 19 17; Sec. Lieut.; r.a.f., Lieut.; France, 98th Sqdn., att. 

French Army; Wounded Apl. 19 18; Prisoner Aug. 191 8. 
Brown, Harry Paterson; University Coll. 1919, Wycliflfe; c.o.T.c. 

R.A.F. , Cadet, July 1918. 
Brown, Henry Speight; b.a.sc. 1917; c.o.T.c. 

R.N.C.V.R., Radial Tel. Br., Sub-Lieut., Sept. 1917; Sydney, N.s., Sta. 
Brown, Hilton Orland; b.a.sc. 1912; c.o.T.c. 

u. of T. o s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; c.e., Lieut., May 1918; o/s. July 1918. 
Brown, Homer Gr.\nt; b.a. Victoria 1906. 

Chinese Labour Cps., Sec. Lieut., July 19 17; Lieut.; France, Sept. 1917. 
Brown, Hubert Arthur Wood; b.a. University Coll. 1910, m.b. 1912. 

c.A.M.c, M.o. 169th Bn., Capt., Jan. 1916; o s. Sept. 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 

No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; m.o. 29th Bn., Feb. 1917; Vimy; Invalided May 1917; 

Kirkdale Mil. Hosp., Liverpool, June 1917; No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp., Oct. 1917; 

Dom. Orth. Hosp., m.d. 2, Mar. 1919. 
Brown, James B.; m.b. 1908; 32nd Regt., Capt. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., Nov. 1915; Capt., 1916; Mesopotamia, Jan. 1916, No. 23 

Sta. Hosp.; Tigris, Kut Relief Expediticn; Invalided 1916; c.A.M.c, Capt.; 

Staff, A.D.M.S., m.d. 2, 1917-1918; Discharged June 1918. 
Brown, Jaiies Clifton; b.v.sc. 1915. 

Can. Remount Comm., Lieut; (Further details not available). 
Brown, James Douglas; University Coll. 1914; 2nd Regt. 

i8oth Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; Cpl., Apl. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, 123rd Can. 

Picn. Bn., Pte.; L-Cpl., Apl. 1918; 9th En., c.e.. May 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras — Mons; Gassed, Vimy, May i, 1917. 
Brown, JohnTr-\cy; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920; c.o.T.c 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., Feb. 1917; o/s. May 1917; r.f.c. Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1918; 

France, June 1918, 42nd Sqdn.; 8ist Wing, Sept. 1918; 22nd Sqdn., Dec. 1918; 

Merville sec. 
Brown, John Vassie; m.b. 1903. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Sept. 1914; Capt., Feb. 1915; R.A.M.C, Lieut., May 1915; 

Capt., May 1916; France, July 1915, No. 47 Fd. Amb.; No. 61 ccs., July 1917; 
Loos, Somme, Arras (1917), Ypres; Invalided Sept. 1918; M.c, Arras and 
Somme, June 5, 1917. 
Brown, Kenneth Clarkson; b.a. University Coll. 1904. 

Can. For. Cps., 79th Coy., Pte.; Sergt., Nov. 1917; o/s. 
Brown, LoRNE .Ale.x.\nder; University Coll. 1919; c.o.T.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Oct. 1917; o/s. Dec. 1917; Cadet, May 19 18; Lieut., Oct. 
1918. 
Brown, Percival Beckett; b.a. Victoria 1913, m.b. 1916; c.o.T.c 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., Aug. 1916; Capt.; Mesopotamia; i c Margie Camp; Invalided 
Oct. 1916; No. 17 Sta. Hosp., Bombay; C.A.M.C, Capt., Feb. 1918; Hospitals, 
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Brown, Percy Gordon; b.a. University Coll. 1906, m.b. 1908; c.a.m.c, No. ii Fd.^ 
C.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Capt., Sept. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; [Amb., Lieut. 
Major, Nov. 1915; d.m.s. Office, London, Eng., Sept. 1916; o.c, i.o.d.e. 
Hosp., London, Mar. 1917; No. 2 c.c.s., Lt-Col. o.c, Nov. 1917; Ypres, 
Festubert, Givenchy, Somnie, Passchendaele, Kemmel (1918); o.b.e., Jan. 1919; 
French Croix de Guerre, Kemmel, May 1918; Despatches June 1915, Nov. 
1918. 

Brown, Roland Robert; Applied Science 1915. 

(Reported as en Active Service. No details available.) 

Brown, Stuart Hall; b.a. University Coll. 1912; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

School of Inf., M.D. 2, Lieut. Instr., 1916; 208th Bn., Capt., Feb. 1917; 204th 
Bn., Capt., May 1917; France, Jan. 1918, Ii6th Bn., Lieut.; 3rd Bn., Can. M.G. 
Cps.; Amiens, Arras; Wounded, Arras, Aug. 28, 19 18. 

Brown, Wallace Edward; b.a. University Coll. 1916; c.o.t.c; looth Regt., Lieut, 
looth Bn., Lieut; (Further details not available). 

Brown, Walter James; b.s.a: 1894; 12th Bde., c.f.a., Lt-Col. 

4th Bde., C.F.A., Lt-Col., Nov. 1914; a/c.r.a., 2nd Can. Div. an 1 B;h. Area 
Cmdr.; France, Sept. 1915, o.c. 4th Bde., c.f.a.; Ypres sec, St. Eloi; a.a.G., 
M.D. I, Aug. 1916; Mentioned, Services, Jan. 1919. 

Brown, Willla.m; b..a.. University Coll. 19 10. 

C.A.M.C, Pte., Dec. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; France, Feb. 1918, No. 3 Can. Fd. 
Amb.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Douai. 

Brown, Willl\m Alexantjer; Trinity 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c 

67th, U. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Aug. 1916; 5th Hwr, Bty., c.f.a., Nov. 1916; 
Composite Bty., Feb. 1917; France, Mar. 1917, 24th Bty., Sgr.; Vimy, Pass- 
chendaele, Arras, Cambrai — Mens; Mil. Medal, Passchendaele, Nov. 17, 191 7; 
Bar to M.M., Drocourt-Queant, Sept. 3, 1918. 

Brown, Willl\m Easson; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Dec. 1916; o/s. Mar. 1917; Tr. Sch., Westenhanger; No. 16 
Can. Gen. Hosp.; Capt.; Invalided and discharged May 1918. 

Brown, William John; m.d., cm. Trinity 1901. 

C.A.M.C, Major, Sept. 1915; o/s. Sept. 1915; No. 11 Can. Gen. Hosp.; West 
Cliff Hosp.; M.D. I, Consultant, Sept. 1917. 

Brown, William Lyttleton James; Educaticn 1913. 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Se, t. 1917; c.o.r.; Lieut.; r.g.a. 

Brownf, Howard; App'ied Scienci 1912. 

Enl. 1915; Fn nee, 1917-18; (Furtler details not available). 

Browne, Lanfear Milne; b.a. University Coll. 1915. 

r.f.c. Sec. Lieut., Apl. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut., Apl. 1918; Italy. 

Browne, William Eli; m.b. 1906. 

C.A.M.C, m.o. i8oth Bn., Capt.; Base Hosp., m.d. 2. 

Brownxee, Basil Ernest; d.d.s. 1907. 

C.A.D.C, M.D. 10, Lieut., Feb. 1916; Capt.; o/s. Apl. 1917; att. ist Res. Bde.; 
No. 9 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 1 1 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Can. Mil. Hosp., Etchinghill; 
Can. Mil. Hosp., Epsom. 

Brownlee, Harold Joseph; b.a. (Kansas), Staff, Applied Science, 1915-16. 

A.E.F., iioth Engineers, 35th Div., 1st Lieut., 1917; Capt., Oct. 1918; France, 
May 1918; Amiens sec, Alsace sec, St. Mihiel, Meusc-Argonnc, Verdun. 

Bruce, George Nigel; University Coll. 1915. 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., May 1915; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut., June i9i(>; France; 
R.N.V.R., Lieut., Feb. 1918; Patrol duty. East coast of England, Adriatic, Medi- 
terranean, Aegean; Mine-sweeping, Aegean, Dardanelles, Nov. 1918. 



208 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Bruce, Harry; Trinity 1907-10. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt., Feb. 1918; o/s. Mar. 1918; att. i8th Res. Bn.; 

Chaplain Staff, London Area, Aug. 1918; France, Oct. 1918, 4th Can. Div. 

Amm. Col.; Valenciennes. 
Bruce, Herbert Alexander; m.b. 1892, m.d. 1893, f.r.c.s. (Eng.), Staff; c.a.m.c, 

C.A.M.C., No. 2 Gen. Hosp., Lt-Col., May 1915; France, Aug. 1915; [Lt.-Col. 

Inspector-General, c.a.m.c. Col., July 1916; r.a.m.c, Col., Consulting Surgeon 

to British Armies in France, Jan. 1917; Le Havre, Etretat, Trouville areas; 

Despatches May 1918, July 1919; Belgian Ordre de la Couronne, Chevalier, 

June 1920. 
Bruce, Thomas Langlois; b.a. Trinity 191 1. 

Can Chaplain Svce., att. 9th Bn., Capt., Aug. 1914; France, May 1915; 

C.E., Lieut.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Sept. 21, 1918. 
Bruen, Alexander McWhorter; Forestry 1917. 

A.E.F., Hdqrs. Coy., 3rd f.a., 6th Div., Pte., Dec. 1917; France, July 1918. 
Brunell, Henry Peareth; Applied Science 1920; c.o.t.c. 

R.F.c, Cadet, Sept. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut., Feb. 1918; France, 218th Sqdn.; Shot 

down, Sept. 28, 1918; d.f.c. 
Brunet,.0.; Veterinary Coll. 1908-10; c.A.s.c, No. 6 Coy., Lieut. 

C.A.S.C, 2nd Res. Park, Lieut., Aug. 1914; Capt., June 1915; France, Sept. 1915; 

No. I Base Vety. Hosp., Le Havre, Sept. 1916; att. 12th Bde., c.f.a., Dec. 1916; 

att. 3rd Bde., c.f.a., Apl. 1917; Ypres, Hill 60, St. Eloi, Vimy, Lens- Arras, 

Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mens. 
Bryan, Claude Glennon; b.a. University Coll. 1896. 

General List., Capt., Apl. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; Major, Aug. 1916; Lt.-Col., 

July 1917; Hon. Assoc, Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 1917; Knight of Grace, 

Order of St. John, 19 18; Order of the Crown of Italy, Officer, 19 19; Mentioned, 

Services, Mar. 1918. 
Bryan, Clayton George; Medicine 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; c.A.s.c, Motor Tpt., Feb. 1916; France, 

Apl. 1916, 1st Can. Cav. Bde. Supply Col.; Returned to complete course Oct. 

1918. 
Bryan, Frederick W.; Medicine 1914. 

c.A.s.c, 2nd Div. Supply Col., Pte., Aug. 1916; Sergt.; France, Dec. 1916; 

Can. Cps. Gas Services, Cps. Hdqrs., Pte.; Staff, Cps. Chemical Advisor, 

Cpl., Sergt.; Vimy; British Mil. Mission to U.S.A., Gas Instr., July 1918. 
Bryans, Fred Thomas; m.b. 191 i. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. I, Capt., June 1918. 
Bryant, George Eraser; Applied Science 1918 (1922); c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

o/s. draft, C.O.T.C, Jan. 1916; loth Suffolk Regt., Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1916; Lieut., 

Oct. 1917; France, Aug. 1916, 8th Suffolk Regt., i8th Div.; 9th Suffolk Regt., 

6th Div., Sept. 1916; Somme, La Bassee-Loos sec, Hill 70, Cambrai (Nov. 

1917); Wounded, Cambrai, Nov. 30, 1917. 
Bryant, John Leslie; University Coll. 1895, ll.b. (Man.); 6oth Regt., Lieut. 

128th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; Capt., June 1916; i6ist Bn., Capt.; France, 

Sept. 1917, 46th Bn., Lieut.; Lens sec, Passchendaele; Wounded, Passchen- 
daele, Oct. 26, 1917; Invalided and discharged May 1918. 
Brydon, A. B.; Veterinary Coll. 1909-11. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Capt., Mar. 1917; France, May 1916; Egypt, 

Dec. 1917; Palestine, Mar. 1918; att. 7th Indian Div. 
Bryson, George Gordon; University Coll. 1921 (1923). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., May 1918; Dr.; o/s. Sept. 1918; Sgr. 



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BucHAN, Percy Halcro; b.a.sc. 1909. 

231st Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; Can. Ry. Tps., Aug. 1917; France, Sept. 1917, 

5th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps. ; Ypres sec, Vimy, Lens sec, Arras sec, Amiens, Cambrai, 

Valenciennes. 
Buchanan, Frank Montgomery; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

R.A.F., Cadet, Jan. 1918; Sec. Lieut.; o/s. Oct. 19 18. 
Buchanan, Harold Carson; University ColL 1917, (a. a. 1918); c.o.t.c. 

o/s. draft, c.o.t.c, Dec. 19 15; loth East Surrey Regt., Sec. Lieut.; France, 

Aug. 1916, 9th East Surrey Regt.; Delville Wood, Vimy (Oct. 1916), Hulluch; 

Wounded and shell-shocked, Hulluch, Nov. 16, 1916; Invalided and discharged 

Dec. 1917. 
Buchanan, Nelles Victor; b. a. Victoria 1915; c.o.t.c. 

14th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; 'c' Bty., r.c.h.a., Lieut., Aug. 1915; c.f.a.. 

May 1916; France, May 1916, 2nd Can. Trench Mortars; 28th Bty., c.f.a., 

Nov. 1916; 20th Bty., Mar. 1917; 38th Bty., Capt., Jan. 1918; Ypres, Somme, 

Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Lens- Arras sec, Amiens, Arras — Cambrai; 

Wounded, Hill 70, Aug. 16, 1917, and Cambrai, Sept. 30, 1918; M.c, La Coulotte- 

Avion, June 5, 1917. 
Buchan.\n, Thomas Russell; b.a.sc. 1913. 

C.E., Lieut., June 1916; France, Feb. 1917, No. i Tnlg. Coy.; 7th Bn., C.E., 

July 1918; C.S.M.E., Aug. 1918; 7th Bn., c.E., Mar. 1919; Messines, Ypres 

(1917), Amiens (1918); Wounded, Ypres, May 18, 1917. 
Buck, Harold; m.b. 1910; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

c.A.M.c, No. 5 Fd. Anib., Capt., Dec. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; m.o., R. Can. 

Regt.; No. 10 Can. Fd. Amb.; A/Major, Dec. 1916; Major, Dec. 1917; St. 

Med. Bd., a.d.m.s., Canadians, London, May 1918; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, 

Passchendaele, Arras sec; Wounded, Passchendaele, Oct. 25, 19 17; M.c, July 

1917; Despatches June 19 17. 
Buckley, Harry; b.sc (Manchester), Staff, Arts, 1915-16; c.o.t.c. 

King's Liverpool Regt., Pte., June 1916; R.E., Meteorological sec, Cpl., Nov. 

1916; France, Jan. 1917, att. g.h.q.; r.e., 'c' Sound-ranging Sec, 3rd Fd. 

Survey Bn., Lieut., Mar. 1917; Somme, Cambrai (1917), Havrincourt (Mar. 

1918), Advance of Aug. -Nov. 1918. 
Buckley, Howard Ray; Medicine 1922 (1923); c.o.t.c. 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; let Can. Tank Bn., Pte.; o/s. June 1918. 
BuDD, Harry Clare; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c; 24th Bty., c.f.a., Sergt. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1917; Bdr., Cpl., Sergt., Sergt. -Major; 

119th Bn., Pte., Cpl.; France, Jan. 1918, 1st Can. Div. Ammun. Col., Gnr.; 

7th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Aug. 1918; Lens sec, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras; Wounded, 

Baralle, Sept. 5, 1918. 
Bull, Frank Lees; University Coll. 1918 (1922); c.o.t.c 

208th Bn., Med. Sergt., Apl. 1916; Sergt.; France, Feb. 1918, 58th Bn., Pte.; 

Lieut., Nov. 1918; Lens-Arras sec, Amiens, Arras. 
Bull, Harold Oscar; Victoria 1919, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn.; o, s. June 1918. 
Bulmer, Harry Ray; b.a. University Coll. 1917, Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c 

67th, u.of T., Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1917; 119th Bn., Pte, June 1917; k.n.v.r., 

Surg. Proltr., Sept. 19 17; Surg. Sul)-Liful. ; h.nls. 'Petunia', Oct. 1917; Med- 
iterranean. 
Bulteel, Reginald Herbert Hillersden; Trinity 1912. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. ist Depot Bn., n.u. Regt., Capt., June 1918; Mil. 

Hosp., Frcdericton, n.b. 
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2IO UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Bunting, William Henry; b.a. University Coll. 1892. 

R.N.V.R., Aug. 1914; 48th Bn., Pte., Apl. 1915; Cpl., Sept. 1915; 30th Res. Bn., 

Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, June 1916, 58th Bn., Lieut.; Ypres sec, Somme; 

Severely wounded, Somme, Sept. 1916; Returned Oct. 1918. 
BuRBiDGE, George Harrison; b.a. Trinity 1905; c.o.t.c, Univ. of Man.; 13th Regt., 

I20th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; .C.E., Lieut.; Discharged May 1917. [Lieut. 

BURBIDGE, Henry Arnold; b.a. University Coll. 1895, ll.b. 1897; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

I20th Bn., Capt., Dec. 1915; Major, May 1916; o/s. Aug. 1916; 2nd Res. Bn., 

Feb. 1917; Invalided and discharged Sept. 1917. 
BURCH, Arthur Lafayette; b.a. University Coll. 1899; 36th Regt., H/Major. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 74th Bn., Major, Oct. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1916; Bram- 

shott; France, Aug. 1916, loth Bde., 4th Div.; Ypres sec, Somme, Arras sec, 

Vimy; Returned June 1917; Sr. Chapl., Niagara, 1918; Sr. Chapl., M.D. 2, 

Sept. 1918. 
BuRD, Walter; University Coll. 1917-18 (1919-20), Wycliffe. 

28th Bn., Pte., Oct. 1914; Cpl., Sergt.; France, Sept. 1915; Kemmel, Ploeg- 

steert sec, Lille sec; Wounded, Kemmel, Jan. 1916; d.c.m., Kemmel, Jan. 

1916; Invalided, and discharged Aug. 1917; u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 

19 17; o/s. Jan. 19 18; Worcestershire Regt., Sec. Lieut.; Sask. Regt., Lieut., Dec. 

1918. 
Burden, Henry John; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

75th Bn., Lieut., June 1915; nth Can. m.g. Coy., Lieut.; France, June 1916; 

nth Can. m.g. Coy., Capt.; r.f.c, England, Apl. 1917; France, Feb. 1918, 

56th Sqdn.; r.a.f., Capt. and Fit. Cmdr., July 1918; Ypres, Somme, Vimy 

(1916-17), 3rd Army front (1918); d.f.c, Aug. i, 1918; d.s.o., Aug. 10, 1918; 

Despatches Nov. 1918. 
BuRFORD, Justus Fernard Miles; Forestry 1916. 

4th Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., Oct. 1915; nth Res. Bn., Pte.; France, r.g.a., 

19th Siege Bty., Sec. Lieut.; (Further details not available). 
Burgess, James Roy; Applied Science 1910, b.a.sc. 1915. 

C.E., 3rd Div., Spr., Feb. 1916; Discharged Apl. 1916; u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., 

Pte., Sept. 1918. 
Burgess, John Fred; m.b. 1913. 

c.a.m.c. No. 5 Fd. Amb., Lieut., Nov. 1914; Capt., Jan. 1915; Major, Feb. 

1917; France, Sept. 1915; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, Oct. 12, 1918; o.b.e., Jan. i, 1919; 

Despatches Nov. 19 18. 
Burgess, Wilmot Amos; b.a. Trinity 1908. 

A.E.F., u.s.Q.M. Cps., Hdqrs. Det., 92nd Div., Sergt., Apl. 1918; ist Class Sergt., 

Aug. 1918; France, June 1918; St. Die, Vosges sec. (Aug. -Sept. 1918), Marbache 

sec. (Oct. -Nov. 1918), 2nd Army advance (Nov. 1918). 
Burke, Frederick Sypher; m.b. 191 i; c.a.m.c. No. 13 Fd. Amb., Lieut. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Aug. 1914; No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp., Capt., Sept. 1914; France, 

Mar. 1915, No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 2 Can. Fd. Amb.; m.o. loth Bn.; Gen. 

Reinf. Base; d.a.d.m.s. (a/ a.d.m.s.), Seaford, Major, July 1917; d.a.d.m.s., 

Bordon area, Nov. 1918; d/a.d.m.s., Bramshott, Aug. 1919; Mentioned, 

Services, Mar. 1918 and Apl. 1919. 
Burn, George Augustus Harold; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., 1916; o/s. ; (Further details not available). 
Burness, Kenneth Charles; Applied Science 1915; c.o.t.c 

2nd Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., L-Cpl., May 1915; France, Aug. 1915, p.p.c.l.i.; 

Cpl., Sept. 1915; Sergt., May 1916; Lieut., June 1916; Capt., Aug. 1918; 



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Adjt., Dec. 1918; Somme (1915), Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Mericourt 
sec, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Cambrai — Mons; m.c, Amiens, Aug. 14, 
1918; Bar to M.c, Mons, Nov. 9, 1918. 

Burnett, John Maitland; m.b. 1910. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. II, Capt., May 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; att. Can. For. Cps. ; France, 

Sept. 1918, No. 8 Can. Sta.'Hosp. 
Burnham, Fr.\nk Warren; b.a.sc. 1906; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

76th Bn., Lieut., July 1915; France, July 1916, 7th Can. m.g. Coy., Lieut., o.c; 

Capt., Apl. 1917; 3rd Bn., Can. M.G. Cps.; Major; Ypres sec, Somme, Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, etc.; m.c, gaz. June 1919; 

Despatches Dec. 1917 and Nov. 1918. 
Burnham, Howard Hampden; m.b. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, M.o. 2nd Bde., c.f.a., Lieut., Aug. 1914; Capt.; France, Feb. 1915; 

No. 2 Fd. Amb., Dec. 1915; m.o. 2nd Bde., c.f.a., Apl. 1916; Ypres, Festubert, 

Givenchy, Ypres (1916), Somme; West Cliff Can. Eye and Ear Hosp., Feb. 1917; 

Major; Italian Silver Medal for Military Valour, 1916; Despatches Apl. 1915. 
Burns, Beverley Bertram Rawlinson; Medicine 1918, (m.b. 1920); c.o.t.c 

49th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France; 13th Bde. Hdqrs., C.F.A., Cpl.; 

Returned to complete course Jan. 1918; (Further details not available). 

Burns, Harold Stanley; m.b. 1907. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., June 1916; R..A..M.C., Lieut., June 1916; Mesopotamia, Sept. 

1916, No. 19 CCS.; No. 61 Indian Sta. Hosp.; Returned July 1917; C.A.M.C, 

Ccnval. hosps., m.d. 2, Capt., June 1917. 
Burns, MaryGl.\dys; Victoria 1916, (b.a. 1919). 

att. Y.M.C.A., England, Nov. 1916; Land Service Corps, Milford, Jan. 1917; 

V.A.D., Detach. 30, Berks, Apl. 19 18; Asst. Qr.-Mr., Maidenhead Hosp., Sept. 

1918. 
Burns, Robert Newton; b.a. Victoria 1879. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 124th En., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Aug. 1916; 5th CE., 

Mar. 1917; Can. For. Cps., No. 51 Dist., Edinburgh, June 1917; No. 15 Can. 

Gen. Hosp., Nov. 1917; France, Apl. 1918, No. 3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; Can. For. 

Cps., Hdqrs. No. i Dist., Alengon, and No. i Dist., London area. 

Burnside, Robert Knox; Victoria 1914-18; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn. o/s. June 1918. 
BuRRis, Howard Lester; m.b. 1904; ca.m.c, Capt. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. II, Capt., June 1915; Major, July 1915; Salonica, Dec. I9i5i 

No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Invalided Dec. 1916; A.D.M.s. StafT, Bramshott, Feb. 

1917; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp., Nov. 1917; No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp., Lt.-Col., 

Mar. 1918. 
Burroughes, Cecil Roy; b.a. University Coll. 1909; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

234th Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1917; Capt. and Adjt.; o/s. Apl. 1917; (Further details 

not available). 
Burroughs, Charles McIntosh; m.b. 191 i. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut.; (Further details not available). 

Burrows, Alvin Robert; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; q.m.s.; 55th Bty., Jan. 1917; France, .\ug. 

1917; (Further details not available). 
Burrows, Frank Xavier; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Ptc, July 1918; Siberian Ex. F., 20th M.G. Coy., Sei t. 

1918; Siberia, Dec 1918. 



212 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Burrows, Leslie Frank; b.s.a. 1915; ist Div. Anim. Col. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., Oct. 1915; France, F'eb. 1917, 22nd Bty., c.f.a.; Capt., 
Aug. 1917; Vimy,Hill70; Wounded and gassed, Lens, Aug. 15, 19 17; Invalided 
Nov. 1917; Militia Hdqrs., Ottawa, Staff Capt., Mar. 1918; m.c. Hill 70, Aug. 

15. 1917- 
Burt, Alfred LeRoy; b.a. Victoria 1910, m.a. (Oxon.) 1916; c.o.t.c, Alberta, Lieut. 

1st Can. Tank Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918; att. Khaki University, 

Nov. 19 18. 
Burt, Arnon Wyles; b.a. Victoria 19 14. 

C.A.s.C, i/c, s.T. and B., Amherst, N.s., and Sackville, n.b., Lieut., 1916. 
Burt, Arthur Campbell; b.v.s:. 1913. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Capt., Mar. 1917; att. 3rd Div., Brit. Cavalry, 

Div. V.O.; Egypt, June 1916; Greece, Italy, France; Vimy, Amiens, Cambrai, 

Le Cateau. 
Burt, Arthur Chadwick; Summer Session 1915; 38th Regt. 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., July 1916; France, Aug. 1917; Fit. Lieut., Nov. 1917; 

R.A.F., Capt., Apl. 1918; Nieuport-Ypres sec. 
Burton, Carman Edgar; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of t., Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, 21st Hwr. Bty.; 

Vimy, Lens, Hill 70, Arras sec, Passchendaele; r.f.c. Cadet, Jan. 1918; R.A.F., 

Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1919. 
Burton, Harry Robert; Applied Science 1918; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Apl. 1916; o/s. Aug. 1916; 5th Div. Sig. Coy.; France, 

Apl. 1918, 2nd Div. Sig. Coy., Spr.; Amiens, Arras — Mons. 
Burwash, Adam Nathaniel; Applied Science 1917. 

R.N.; (Further details not available). 
Burwash, Edward Moore Jackson; B.A.Victoria 1893, m.a. 1897, ph. d. 1914; c.o.t.c. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 12th Bde., C.f.a., Capt., July 1916; o/s. Sept. 1916; 

Can. Musketry Sch., Bordon; 127th Bn.; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, 

May 1917, No. 39 Impl. Gen. Hosp., Havre; 4th Can. Inf. Base Depot, Etaples, 

June 1917; Hosp. Svce., London Area, July 1918. 
Burwash, Lachlan Taylor; Victoria 1894, Applied Science 1896, Diploma, m.e. 1910; 

i6th Cav., Lieut., Oct. 1915; ist Can. Pion. Bn., [c.a.m.c. No. 16 Fd. Amb. 

Lieut.; France, Mar. 1916; Capt., Nov. 1916; Major, Feb. 1919; Messines, 

Ypres sec, Zillebeke, Somme, Vimy (1916), Arras-BuUecourt, Pilkem, Ypres 

(1917); Gassed, Yser, July 20, 19 17. 
Burwash, Nathaniel Alfred; Victoria 1902, b.a.sc. 1905. 

C.E., Spr., Apl. 1915; 2nd Cpl.; France, Sept. 1915, 6th Fd. Coy., c.e., Spr.; 

Kemmel, Dickebusch-Zillebeke; Wounded, St. Eloi, May 14, 1916; Discharged 

Jan. 1917. 
Bush, Clayton Elgin; b.a.sc. 1909; Cps. of Guides, Lieut. 

1st Can. Div. Cycle Coy., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Capt., Major; 

Can. Cps. Cyclists; Svce. 1914-1918. 
Bushfield, Frank; Victoria 1907-09. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 211th Bn., Capt., Dec. 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916. 
Bussell, Edward Irvine; Applied Science 1919; c.o.t.c. 

2o8th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; r.n.a.s.. Fit. Sub-Lieut.; France, Sept. 1917, 

loth Sqdn.; R.A.F., Capt.; N.w. Indian Frontier, 97th Sqdn. 
Butchart, Clayton Goldwin; phm.b. 1915. 

4th Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., Oct. 1915; France, 1916, p.p.c.l.i., Pte.; 

Wounded, Sanctuary Wood, June 2, 1916; Discharged Mar. 1917. 



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Butler, Thomas Bertram; University Coll. 1915-17 (1919-20), Wycliffe; c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Oct. 19 17; France, Sept. 19 18, 2nd Bn., c.e.; Arras, Cambrai- 

Valenciennes. 
Butt, Luther Brown; Victoria 1917-18 (1919-20). 

C.A.M.C., Base Hosp. , m.d. 2, Sergt. 
Butt, Stephen; b.a. Victoria 1917, (Education 1920); c.o.t.c. 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; L-Cpl., Cpl., c.s.M., Mar. 1917; Sergt.- 

Major, Jan. 1918; ist Bn., 2nd C.O.R., Lieut., Jan. 1918; Siberian Ex. F., 20th 

M.G. Coy., Lieut., Oct. 1918; Siberia, Dec. 1918. 
Butt, William Henry; m.b. 1912. 

c.a.m.c, m.d. 2, Capt., July 1917; att. r.a.f., 1918; c.a.m.c, Transport duty. 
Butterfield, John Egerton Claydon; University Coll. 1908; Cps. of Guides, Lieut. 

c.e.. Railways, Lieut., Dec. 1917; o/s. Apl. 1918; Can. Ry. Tps. Depot; r.e., 

Ry. Directorate, Baghdad, Mesopotamia. 
Butters, Thomas Lowell; m.b. 1913. 

c.a.m.c, Lieut., Apl. 1915; France, May 1915, No. i Can. Gen. Hosp.; M.o. 

27th Bn.; Ypres sec, St. Eloi, Zillebeke; Invalided July 1916; Can. Conval. 

Hosp., Epsom; Capt., Nov. 1916; Major, Dec. 1917; Returned Mar. 1918; 

a.d.m.s. Staff, M.D. 2; d/a.d.m.s., m.d. 2; o.c. Mil. Wards, Toronto Gen. Hosp. 
Buttle, Walter William; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c, m.d. 2, Capt., Mar. 1918; Petawawa; o/s. Sept, 1918; att. r.a.m.c, 

Bodelwyddan Hosp.; m.d. 4, Kinmel Park Camp. 
Byers, Ellis Stephen; Applied Science 1917; c.o.t.c 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; 23rd Bty., 6th Hwr. Bde., C.f.a.; France, 

Jan. 1916; Bdr.; 58th Hwr. Bty., Lieut., July 1918; Ploegsteert, Ypres, Somme, 

Vimy, Lens, Canal du Nord, Cambrai, Valenciennes. 

Cacciapuoti, Nestore; m.a. Victoria 1913. 

Italian Army, i6th Artillery, Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1916; Lieut.; Secretary to o.c, 
H.M. The Queen's Mil. Hosp., Rome, Capt., Interpreter; Italian Ribband; 
Discharged Oct. 1918. 

Cain, Robert Fr.\ncis; m.b. 1918; c.o.t.c 
c.a.m.c, M.D. 2, Lieut., May 1918. 

Cairns, Kelso C; m.b. 1905. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 

Calbeck, Arnim George; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1919 (1921); c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Apl. 1916; 83rd Hwr. Bty.; France, Mar. 1917, 
2ist Hwr. Bty.; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens; Wounded, 
Passchcndaelc, Nov. 1917; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 

Calder, Roy Crooker; Victoria 1917, (b.a. 1919); c.o.t.c, Cpl. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Aug. 1916; r.g.a.. Sec. Lieut.; France, Oct. 1917, 
247th Siege Bty.; Wounded, Hooge, Oct. 27, 1917; Retired List, May 1918. 

Caldwell, Dorothy Le.slie Code (Mrs.); b.a. I'nivcrsity Coll. 1914. 
St. John's Amb. Bde., v.a.d.; England. 

Caldwell, George Leonard; m.b. 1914. 

c.a.m.c, Capt.; (Further details not available). 

Caldwell, Henry James; b.a.sc 1919; c.o.t.c 
C.E., St. John's, Que., Cadet, May 1918. 

Caldwell, Henry Lounds; Veterinary Coll. 1914-16. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Apl. 1917; Capt., Apl. 1918; France, May 1917; No. 2 and 
No. 4 Vety. Ilosf s.; att. New Zealand Div.; att. 72nd .Army Bde., r.f.a., July 



214 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

1917; Italy, Nov. 1917; France, Mar. 1918; Passchendaele, Piave River, 

Messines, Arras-Bapaume; Invalided Nov. 1918. 
Caldwell, William Boyd; b.a.sc. 1913. 

C.E., Lieut., Nov. 1916; France, Nov. 1917, 3rd Tnlg. Coy., C.E.; Ypres sec; 

M.C., Roubaix, Oct. 19, 1918. 
Cale, Clarence Edmund; University Coll. 19 16, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 22nd Bty.; 

23rd Bty.; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Neuville-Vitasse, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Calhoun, John Campbell; m.b. 1906; c.a.m.c, No. 11 Fd. Amb., Capt. 

C.A.M.c, No. 2 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Sept. 1914; France, Nov. 1914; att. No. 4 

Impl. C.C.S., Festubert and Givenchy; West Cliff Can. Eye and Ear Hosp., 

Dec. 1916; Major, Apl. 1917; Med. Bd., London; No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Returned Oct. 1918; i/c Eye, Ear and Throat Dapt., 

M.D. 2, Lt.-Col., Apl. 1919. 
Callan, John Joseph; University Coll. 1913-16, Wycliffe. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 8th Bde., c.f.a., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Feb. 1916; 

No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosp., Juna 1916; Francs, Sipt. 1916, No. 2 Can. c.c.s.; 

4th Div. Art., May 1917. 
CalAan, Lindley Bell; Victoria 1919; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Mar. 1917; r.n.a.s., Fit. Sub-Lieut., Dec. 1917; 

R.A.F., Lieut., Apl. 1918; Devonport Destroyer patrols, Jan. 1918; No. 2 

Battle Sqdn., Grand Fleet, North Sea, Feb. 1918; No. 18 Balloon Base, Scotland, 

Jan. 1919. 
Calverley, Hugh Salvin; Trinity 1916. 

3rd Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; 12th Essex Regt., Sac. Lieut., Dae. 1914; Lieut., 

July 1916; Capt., Mar. 1917; ist Essex, att. i/sth Essex Regt.; Gallipoli (1915), 

Egypt, Palestine (1916-17), France; Wounded Mar. 26, 1917; m.c, gaz. Aug. 

1917; Bar to M.c, gaz. Apl. 1919. 
Camelon, Thomas Pattison; m.d., cm. Trinity 1890. 

A.E.F., Med. Cps., att. 85th Div., Major, Apl. 1917; (Details not available). 
Cameron, George Milne; b.a. University Coll. 1915, m.b. 1916. 

C.A.M.c, Labty. Unit, m.d. 2, Pte., May 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., June 1916; Capt., 

June 1917; Mesopotamia, Aug. 1916; m.o. 6th South Lancashire Regt.; No. 41 

Fd. Amb.; France, Oct. 1917; m.o. ist East Yorkshire Regt.; No. 65 Fd. Amb.; 

M.c, Epehy, Mar. 21, 1918; Bar to M.c, Orvillers, Oct. 25, 1918. 
Cameron, Gordon Campbell; Medicine, 1917 (m.b. 1920); c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.c, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Staff Sergt., Mar. 1915,; Salonica, Oct. 1915; r.n.v.r., 

Surg. Probr., May 1917; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 'Acheron'; H.M.s. 'Comet'; 

Mediterranean; Returned to complete course Sept. 1918. 
Cameron, Hugh Clayton; b.a. University Coll. 1915; 25th Regt., Lieut. 

91st Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France; Reptd. wounded Sept. 6, 1918; m.c, gaz. 

Jan. 1918; (Further details not available). 
Cameron, Irving Heward; m.b. 1874, ll.d. (Ed.), f.r.c.s. (Eng.), f.r.cs. (Ed.), 

R.A.M.C, Lt.-Col.; King George's Hosp., London, Hon. Surg.; [f.r.c.s. (I.); Staff. 

C.A.M.c, Lt.-Col., No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., o.c. May 1915; No. 15 Can. Gen. 

Hosp., o.c. Surgery, July 1915; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., o.c Surgery, Feb. 

1916; D.G.M.s. Staff, Mar. 1917; President, Board Medical Consultants, Can- 
ada, Col., Sept. 1917-May 1920; Mentioned, Services, Feb. 1917 and Feb. I9I9> 
Cameron, John Joseph; m.d., cm. Trinity 1904. 

Jamaica War Contingent, Principal M.O.; Pensions Committee. 
Cameron, Max George; b.a.sc 1910. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 



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Cameron, Robert Carey; Education 1914. 

48th Bty., C.F.A., Dr., Jan. 1916; 8ist Bty., c.f.a.; France, 13th Bty., C.F.A., 

Bde.; Wounded, Quarry Wood, Sept. 27, 191 8. 
Cameron, William Ann; b.a. University CoH. 1907. 

243rd Bn., Pte., Sept. 1916; Sergt.; Discharged, medically unfit, June 1917. 
Cameron, William Harold; Victoria 1920, (Medicine 1924). 

R.F.C. Sec. Lieut., Apl. 1917; France, Nov. 1917, 9th Wing; Ypres sec, Poper- 

inghe; Lieut., A/Capt. 
Cameron, William Robert; Veterinary Coll, 1909-11; 17th Argenteuil Rangers, 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Capt.; France, May 1916, att. 84th Bde., [Lieut. 

R.F.A.; Armentieres, Ypres, Arras, Somme. 
Campbell, Angus Alexander; m.b. 1906; c.a.m.c. No. i CI. Hosp., Capt. 

C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt., Nov. 1915; No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot; Base 

Hosp., M.D. 2, Major, June 1917. 
Campbell, Archibald Marshall; b.s.a. 1915. 

Natal Carbineers, Tpr., Sept. 1914; German West Africa; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut., 

1917; France; r.a.f., Lieut. 
Campbell, Colin Alexander; m.d., cm. Trinity 1897; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot, Capt.; Oculist, m.d. 2, Sept. 1915-May 1918; 

Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Consultant, Jan. 1916-May 1918. 
Campbell, Donald MacLean; Medicine 1920 (1923); 26th Rcgt. 

135th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Feb. 1918, 15th Bn.; ist Bn., Can. M.G. 

Cps.; Arras sec, Amiens; Gassed May 191 8; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 9, 1918; 

M.c, Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918. 
Campbell, Duncan Alexander; m.b. 1909. 

C.A.M.C, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1916; Returned 1919. 
Campbell, Ed; WIN Harold; d.d.s. 1914. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Feb. 1916; Capt.; o/s. Dec. 1916; Bramshott and Seaford 

Camps; France, Mar. 1918, att. 5th and 7th Bns., Can. Ry. Tps. 
Campbell, Ellsworth Teesdale; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 192 1. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917; Discharged Oct. 1917. 
Campbell, Frank Woodrow; Applied Science 19 18; c.o.t.c. 

'c' Bty., R.C.H.A., Gnr., Nov. 1915; Sergt.; France, Mar. 1917, 9th Hwr. Bty., 

c.f.a., Gnr.; 7th Bty., June 1917; Bdr., Sept. 1918; Vimy," Hill 70, Passchen- 

daele, Lens, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai. 
Campbell, Frederick Thomas; m.b. 1910. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., May 1915; o/s. Nov. 1915; No. 9 Can. Gen. Hosp., Registrar, 

Adjt.; Surgeon (191 7); France, Jan. 1918, No, 2 Can. Fd. Amb.; M.o. 8th Bn.; 

Major, Sept. 1918; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; M.c, Canal du Nord, Sept. 3, 

1918; Bar to M.c, Canal du Nord, Sept. 27-28, 1918. 
Campbell, Harold Montgomery; b.a.sc 1914; Corps of Guides, Lieut. 

7th C.M.R., Lieut., Feb. 1915; France, Sept. 1915, 1st Hussars, Spec. Svce. Sqdn. 

(later Can. Light Horse); Capt., Oct. 1917; Major, Oct. 1918; Ypres, Somme, 

Vimy, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; M.c, Somme, 

gaz. Oct. 26, 1916. 
Campbell, James Patrick; m.u. 19 10. 

C.A.M.C, M.o. 1391!) Hn., Capt., Sept. 1915; s.M.o., ce. t.d., St. John's, Que., 

Oct. 1916; o.c St. John's Mil. Hosp. and Pres. Med. Bds.; A.n.M.s., St. John's 

Camp. 
Campbell, John Archibau) McDonald; m.u. 1908. 

C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Ca|)t., Jan. i<)i5; o/s. Fel). i';i6; c.a.m.c. artd CE. 

T.D., SiiorncIifTc; Fr;ince, Aug. 191O, Xo. 3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; att. No. S Impl. 



2i6 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Sta. Hosp.; No. i Can. c.c.s., Mar. 191 7; No. 9 Can. Fd. Amb., May 191 7; 

M.o. 52nd Bn., July 1917; No. 9 Can. Fd. Amb., June 1918; No. 2 Can. Sta. 

Hosp., July 1918; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., Dec. 1918; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Lens-Arras sec; Gassed, Lens, Sept. 4, 1917, and Passchendaele, 

Nov. 1917. 
Campbell, John George Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1909, m.b. 191 i, Staff; 

c.A.M.c, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Lieut., Mar. 1915; [No. 13 Cav. Fd. Amb., Lieut. 

Capt., May 1915; m.o. 25th Bn.; France, June 1916; No. 5 Can. Fd. Amb.; m.o. 

2nd Bde., c.g.a., Jan. 1917; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Wounded, Vimy, June 

15, 1917; Staff, D.G. M.S., Ottawa, Aug. 1918; Major, Feb. 1919. 
Campbell, John Nelson; b.v.sc. 1915. 

A.E.F., U.S.A. Vety. Cps., Sec. Lieut., June 1917; ist Lieut., July 1918; France, 

Aug. 1918. 
Campbell, John Samuel; b.a. University Coll. 1883, m.a. 1887; 19th Regt., Lt.-Col. 

Welland Canal Force, Lt.-Col., o.c, Feb. 1915; Niagara Frontier Defence 

Force, o.c, Feb. 1916; Hdqrs. Staff, m.d. 2, Inspector, o/s. Bns., Mar. 1916. 
Campbell, Kenneth Charles; d.d.s. 1901; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

43rd Bn., Capt., Dec. 1914; France, Feb. 1916; A/Major, July 1916; Messlnes, 

Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Somme, Oct. 4 1916; m.d. 10, Record Offr., 

1918. 
Campbell, Lorne Gordon; University Coll. 1917; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

198th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; France, Apl. 1918, 2nd cm. R.; Amiens; Wounded, 

Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918. 
Campbell, Peter Gordon Cory; Applied Science 1914; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

15th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Apl. 1915; Capt.; Hdqrs., 3rd Bde. 

Orderly Offr.; 3rd Bde., A/Staff Capt., Nov. 1916; 15th Bde., Staff Capt., 

June 1917; 5th Bde., Staff Capt., Mar. 1918; Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, 

Messines, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Neuville-Vitasse, Amiens; Wounded, 

Amiens, Aug. 1918; m.c, Amiens, Aug. 1918. 
Campbell, Stanley Minto; University Coll. 1920, (Medicine 1924); c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Mar. 1917; L-Cpl.; Cpl.; 5th King's Royal Rifles, 

Sec. Lieut., June 1918; France, Sept. 191 8; ist k.r.r.; Cambrai — Le Quesnoy. 
Campbell, Thomas Chambers; Trinity 1898, m.d., cm. Trinity 1902. 

c.A.M.c, M.o. 67th Bn., Capt., Mar. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1916; (Fuither details not 

available). 
Campbell, Thomas Donald; d.d.s. 1916; c.o.t.c. Col. Sergt. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., May 1916; Lieut.; o/s. Dec. 1916; Invalided Aug. 1917; 

c.A.D.c, Canada, 1917-20. 
Campbell, Thomas William; b.a.sc 1919; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; r.g.a., Cadet, Nov. 1918. 
Campbell, Walter Ruggles; b.a. University Coll. 191 1, m.a. 1912, m.b. 1915, m.d. 

c.A.M.c, Div. Labty., m.d. 2, Lieut., July 1917; Capt., Nov. 1917; [1917, Staff. 

o/s. June 1918; Shorncliffe, July 1918; No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp., Sept. 1918. 
Campbell, William Claude; Applied Science 1905, Diploma. 

R.E., 177th Tnlg. Coy., Lieut.; Wounded, Yser Canal, July 29, 191 5; Returned 

March 1916. 
Caitoee, Charles Newton; b.a.sc 1914; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Sept. 1917; L-Cpl., Cpl.; C.E., Lieut., May 1918; 

o/s. July 1918. 
Canniff, Clarkson M.; Applied Science 1888, Diploma. 

74th Bn., Pte., Nov. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1916; c.a.p.c; Invalided and discharged 

Nov. 1917. 



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Cannon, Oscar Anson; m.b. 1907; 28th Regt., Capt.; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Apl. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1915; m.o. 17th Bn.; No. 11 Can. Gen. 

Hosp.; No. 3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; Lemnos, Gallipoli (Aug. 1915), Egypt; d.a.d.m.s., 

M.D. i; D.G.M.s. Branch, Ottawa, i/c Invaliding, Mar. 1916; Major, July 1917; 

To China, special service, 1917; d.a.d.m.s., m.d. 6, May 1918; Lt.-Col., May 

1918; A.D.M.S., M.D. I, July 1918; Mentioned, Services, Halifax disaster. 
Cardwell, William Arthur; m.b. 1914. 

c.a.m.c, Lieut., Oct. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Apl. 1916; Capt., Apl. 1917; Meso- 
potamia, June 1916, No. 24 Combined Fd. Amb.; Euphrates; Egyptian Ex. P., 

7th Indian Div., Sept. 1918; No. 108 Combined Fd. Amb.; o.b.e., Mesopotamia, 

gaz. Mar. 1919. 
Carleton, George Wylie Dundas; m.b. 1911. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Aug. 1915; Capt., Aug. 1916; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Nov. 1915; 

France, Mar. 1916, No. 132 Fd. Amb.; M.o. 12th R. Sussex Regt.; Bethune sec, 

Somme; c.a.m.c, St. Med. Bd., m.d. 2, Capt., Feb. 1917; Base Hosp., m.d. 2, 

June 1917; St. Med. Bd., m.d. 2, Nov. 1918. 
Carley, Albert Bethune; University Coll. 1917 (1922). 

c.A.M.c, No. 3 Sta. Hosp., Pte., Feb. 1915; Can. Pay and Record Off., Sergt.; 

C.F.A., Sergt., Aug. 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 21st Hwr. Bty., c.f.a., Lieut.; 

Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; 

Despatches July 1919. 
Carlisle, Andrew Murr.\y; Medicine 1918 (1921); 57th Regt. 

c.A.M.c, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte., Apl. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; L-Cpl., Jan. 1917; 

Cpl., Apl. 1917; Sergt., July 1917; Loos, Sanctuary Wood, Somme, Vimy, Hill 

70, Passchendaele; Wounded, Maple Copse, Ypres, Mar. 25, 1916; r.a.f.. 

Cadet, June 1918; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 
Carlisle, George Harold; m.d., cm. 1905. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Carlisle, Vernon; Medicine 1917, (m.b. 1918); c.o.t.c 

34th Bn., Pte., Mar. 1915; c.a.m.c. No. 3 Sta. Hosp., Mar. 1915; Lemnos, Aug. 

1915; France, 1916; Sergt.; Returned to complete course Sept. 1916; c.a.m.c, 

m.d. I, Lieut., May 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; Shorncliffe; Capt., Apl. 1919. 
Carlyle, David Br.\inerd; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c, Sergt., Lieut. 

95th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Sept. 1916, 4th Bn.; Can. Cps. Reinf. 

Camp, 1st Div. Wing, Feb. 1918; 4th Bn., Oct. 1918; Somme, Vimy, Fresnoy, 

Mons. 
Carlyle, Margaret McKay; b.a. University Coll. 1914. 

St. John's Amb. Assoc, v.a.d., Nov. 1917; o/s. July 1918; Fort Pitt Hosp., 

Chatham. 
Carlyle, Robert Thomas; b.a.sc 1914. 

R.A.F. , Cadet, Aug. 1918; Cpl. 
Carman, Ralph Sylvester; Forestry 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c 

224th Can. For. Bn., Pte, Mar. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1916; Can. For. Cps., L-Cpl., 

Staff Sergt. 
Carman, Russell Aubray; b.a. Trinity 1900, b.c.l. 1910; nth Light Horse, Lt.-Col., 

1st cm.r.. Major, 2nd i/c, Nov. 1914; loth cm.r., Lt.-Col., o.c, [o.c 

Dec. 1914; o/s. Apl. 1916; Fort Garry Horse Res. Regt., o.c; France, Mar. 

1917, att. 2ist Bn.; Vimy; Returned June 1917; Mentioned, Services. 
Garment, William Miller; b.a. University Coll. 1916; 2nd Regt. 

2nd Regt., Q.O.R., Dei ot. r^n. J^^e., May 1915; 122nd Bn., I.itut ., j.iu. igi6; 

Capt., Aug. 1916; Can. l"or. Cp^-. Jmic \<)\j; Immiici-, junr njij, Can. For. 

Cps., 43r(l Coy., o.c; No. i Dist. H(l<irs., Major, .\pl. 191S. 



2i8 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Carmichael, Alexander Hope; Applied Science 1918. 

i8oth Bn., Lieut.; Discharged; 2nd Depot Bn., ist C.O.R., Jan. 1918. 
Carmichael, Frederick Norman Dubourdieu; b.a.sc. 1915. 

R.N.V.R., Sub-Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., June 1917; H.M.M.L. 157, Newhaven, 

Sept. 1916; Suez Canal, Dec. 1916, H.M.M.L.37; Malta, Dec. 1917; Hydrophone 

Offr., H.M. Trawler 'William Barlow', Otranto Straits, June 191 8. 
Carncross, Elmer Ellsworth; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; Cpl.; 66th Bty.; France, Aug. 1917; Sergt.; 

Arras-Lens, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes. 
Carnie, William Learmouth Duncan; Admin. Staff. 

58th Bn., Pte., May 1915; L-Cpl., Jan. 1916; France, Feb. 1916; Ypres sec, 

Zillebeke; Shell-shocked July 1916; Invalided; Discharged Sept. 1917; Mil. 

Medal, Ypres, May i, 1916. 
Carpenter, Gershom Homer; b.s.a. 1904; 77th Regt., Lieut. 

1st Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; Reverted to Pte.; o/s. Oct. 1914; Lieut.; 36th Bn., 

Canada, Lieut., Jan. 1915; Capt.; France, Feb. 1916, 19th Bn.; att. 2nd Div. 

Engineers, Mar. 1916; 19th Bn., Aug. 1916; Wounded, Somme, Sept. 15, and 

Sept. 17, 1916; 3rd and 4th Res. Bns.; Adjt., Musketry School, England; 

France, Sept. 191 8; Cambrai — Mons. 
Carpenter, Theodore Augustus; m.b. 1915; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

c.a.m.c, Capt., Dec. 1916; m.d. 2, Hosps.; o/s. Mar. 1917; Can. Conval. 

Hosp., Epsom; France, Apl. 1918; No. 9 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 51 Impl. Gen. 

Hosp.; No. 7 Can. Sta. Hosp ; No. 12 Can. Fd. Amb.; M.o. loth Bn., C.E.; 

Denain, Valenciennes; Base Hosp., m.d. 2. 
Carpenter, Thomas S.; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

c.a.d.c, Pte., June 1917; Discharged Oct. 1917. 
Carr, Leeming Anderson; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 C.C.S., Lieut., Feb. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Apl. 1915; Capt., 1916; 

No. 48 Fd. Amb.; No. 54 c.c.s.; No. 35 Fd. Amb.; m.o. 6th Yorkshire Regt.; 

Suvla Bay, June 1915; Suez Canal, 1916; Somme (1916), Messines (1917); 

C.A.M.C, Capt.; Med. Bd., m.d. 2 (1918); M.c, Dec. 1916. 
Carr, Osborne Elliott; b.a. University Coll. 1911, m.b. 1913. 

C.A.M.C, No. I Fd. Amb., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, May 1915; Capt.; Major, 

Apl. 1917; Four years in France. 
Carrick, John James; b.a. University Coll. 1897. 

Hdqrs. Staff, 1st Can. Div., Lt.-Col.; Impl. Hdqrs. Staff, Can. Representative. 
Carrick, Wellington Montello; m.b. 1905. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Major, May 1918; d. a. d. M.S., m.d. 5; d.m.s., Valcartier; Siberian 

Ex. F., Fd. Amb. 
Carrie, Cyril Richard; b.a. University Coll. 191 1, m.a. 1912, Wycliffe. 

Y.M.C.A., Capt.; Le Havre; Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 29th Bn. and p.p.cl.i.; 

y.m.ca., 3rd Can. Div.; Despatches Jan. 1918. 
Carrie, Douglas Scott; Medicine 1919 (1923); c.o.t.c 

Impl. A.s.c, Mech. Tpt., Pte., Dec. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; Ypres, Somme, 

Ypres (1917); R.F.c, Sec. Lieut.; r.a.f., Lieut., Apl. 1918; France, July 1918; 

Ypres (1918); d.f.c, gaz. July 1919. 
Carrie, George Milroy; b.a.sc 1914. 

184th Bn. Lieut., Oct. 1915; Capt. & Adjt.; r.g.a.; Egypt, Aug. 1917, o.c 

383rd Siege Bty., r.g.a.,; Major June 1918; Palestine campaign 1917-18; 

Mesopotamia, 1919. 
Carroll, Amon MacKay; Applied Science 1908, Diploma. 

R.F.c, Eqpt. Offr., Lieut. 



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Carroll, John Arthur; b.s.a. 1914; 20th Regt., Lieut. 

164th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1917; R.F.A., 

Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1917; France, Mar. 1918, r.h.a., 'z' Bty., 5th Bde.; 5th 

Army Retreat, Mar. 1918, and Advance, Aug. -Nov. 1918. 
Carroll, \ViLLL\M Thomas; St. Michael's 1921 (1922). 

74th Bty. C.F.A., Gnr., June 1918; 2nd Can. Tank Bn., Sept. 1918; o/s.Oct. 1918. 
Carrothers, Eldon Thompson; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., 1916. 
Carruthers, Clive Harcourt; b.a. University CoH. 1912, m.a. 1913; b.a., (Oxon.) 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Sept. 191 7; R.G.A., Sec. [191 6; 9th Bty.,c.F.A., Capt. 

Lieut., May 1918; Palestine, Sept. 1918, 205th Siege Bty.; Invalided Nov. 1918. 
Carruthers, Keith Livingstone; Applied Science 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

o/s. draft, c.o.t.c, Mar. 1916; 32nd Bn., Pte., Apl. 1916; Impl. M.G. Cps., Sec. 

Lieut., Oct. 1916; France, May 1917, 216th m.g. Coy.; Lieut., Apl. 1918; Can. 

M.G. Cps., Lieut., Oct. 1918; Wounded, Passchendaele, Nov. 10, 1917. 
Carruthers, Orville Knowles; Education 1914; c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 22nd Bty.; Bdr., 

Aug. 1917; Cpl., Dec. 1917; Sergt., Oct. 1918; Somme, Vimy, Lens, Passchen- 
daele, Neuville-Vitasse, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, Lens, 

Aug. 24, 1917, and Passchendaele, Nov. 2, 1917. 
Carruthers, Walter Little; Medicine 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte., Feb. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; St. Eloi, Sanctu- 
ary Wood, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Can. M,.G. Cps., Lieut., Apl. 

1918; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 
Carscallen, Hobart Rodney; b.a.sc. 1909. 

C.E., Lieut., Mar. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, loth F"d. Coy., C.E.; nth Bn., C.E., 

MayigiS; Capt.; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras Amiens Arras, Cambrai; 

Wounded (amputation), Hendecourt-Dury, Oct. 2, 1918; M.C., Hendecourt- 

Dury, Oct. 2, 1918. 
Carson, George McManus; m.b. 1911; c.a.m.c. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Capt., July 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916; m.o. Res. Bn.; France, Jan. 

1918, No. 6 Can. Fd. Amb.; M.o. ist Bde., c.g.a.. Mar. 1918; Arras, Cambrai, 

Valenciennes. 
Carson, James Elmer; Medicine 1919 (1923); c.o.t.c 

48th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1916; 12th Bde. Hdqrs., c.f.a., Sergt.; 13th Bde. 

Hdqrs., C.f.a., Cpl.; France, Sept. 1917; Lens; r.f.c, Cadet, Feb. 1918; 

R.A.F., Lieut., Oct. 1918. 
Carson, Matthew; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. - 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Capt.; France, 1915-1918; Loos, Sept. 1915; 3rd Army Cps. 
Carson, RoLLETT Andrew; Medicine 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of t., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 25th Bty.; 

Somme, Vimy; Wounded severely, Vimy, Apl. 25, 1917; Returned to complete 

course Oct. 1918. 
Carson, Thomas Arthur; m.b. 1903. 

C.A.M.C, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Feb. 1916; France, Mar. 1917, No. 2 Can. 

Gen. Hosp.; No. 3 Can. Fd. Amb.; M.o. 1st Bde., c.f.a.; Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 
chendaele; Wounded, Passchendaele, Oct. 1917; Returned Jan. 1918; c.a.m.c, 

Canada. 
Carstairs, John Stewart; b.a. University Coll. 1892; 49th Regt., Capt. 

Inspector, Pay Accts. and Records, m.d. i, Capt., Jan. 1916; m.d. 2, June 1916; 

Valcartier Camp, Sept. 1917; Hdqrs., Ottawa, Paymaster General's Branch, 

Apl. 1918. 



220 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Carswell Charles Frederick; University Coll. 1915. 

2nd Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., June 1915; France, Aug. 1915, p.p.cl.i.; Sergt.; 
Somme (1915), Kemmel, Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 191 7; 
Discharged Feb. 1918. 

Carswell, James Morrison; Applied Science 19 15. 

17th Bn., Pte., Sept. 1914; ist Can. Motor m.g. Bde., Mar. 1915; France, June 
1915; A/Sergt., Aug. 1917; Can. Cps. Hdqrs., M.G. Office, Sergt., Mar. 1918; 
Sergt. Clerk, ApL 1918; Brutinel's Bde., Indep. Force, Aug. -Nov. 1918; Can. 
War Narrative Staff; Ploegsteert, Ypres, Zillebeke, Somme, Vimy, Lens, Hill 70, 
Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc.; Mil. Med., Amiens, 
Aug. 8, 1918. 

Carter, Charles; m.d., cm. Trinity 1893; 13th Regt., Major. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Major, Jan. 1915; s.m.o., Hamilton, Lt.-Col., Apl. 1916; a.d.m.s., 
Niagara, June 1916; D. a.d.m.s., Hamilton, Nov. 1916; a.d.m.s., Camp Borden, 
June 1917; d. A.D.M.S., Hospitalisation, Nov. 1917. 

Carter, Jack James; Medicine 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c. 
R.A.F., Cadet, May 1918. 

Carter, John Manning; b.a.sc. 1914. 

34th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Nov. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; No. i Tnlg. Coy., c.e., 
Lieut., Feb. 1917; Sanctuary Wood, Hill 60 Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, 
Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Noeux-les-Mines, Sept. 25, 1918. 

Cartwright, Vernon Elroy; m.b. 1906. 

r.a.m.c, Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Feb. 1916, M.o. 9th R. Sussex Regt.; 
Ypres, Messines; Tidworth Mil. Hosp.; s.M.o. Chiselden Mil. Hosp.; No. 10 
Base Hosp., Rouen; Returned Dec. 1916. 

Case, Benson Simpson; University Coll. 1916, (b.a. 1920), . Knox. 

c.A.M.c, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte., Apl. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; 43rd Bty., 
C.F.A., Gnr., July 1916; Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Cambrai, etc. 

Casgrain, Henry Raymond; m.d., cm. Trinity 1883; 21st Regt., Lt.-Col. 

c.A.M.c, No. 3 Sta. Hosp., Lt.-Col., o.c, Nov. 1914; Lemnos, Aug. 1915; 
Invalided Oct. 1915; o.c King's Can. Conval. Hosp., Bushey Park; France, 
Oct. 1917, o.c. No. 8 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Col., May 191 8; Legion d'Honneur, 
Croix de Chevalier, Aug. 2, 1918; Mentioned, Services, Mar. 1918. 

Cassels, Hamilton; University Coll. 1917; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

19th En., Lieut.; France, Sept. 1915; St. Eloi, Somme; Wounded, Somme, 
Sept. 14, 1916; Invalided Oct. 1916; 3rd and 4th Bdes., Bombing Instr.; Dis- 
charged June 1917; att. R.F.c, Canada; R.a.f.; Mentioned, Services, Jan. 1919 

Casserly, Michael Joseph; m.b. 1908. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. I, Apl. 1915; R.A.M.C, Lieut., Oct. 1915; Capt., 1916; Salonica, 
Dec. 1915; France, 1916; M.o. 13th Hvy. Art. Hdqrs.; No. 74 Gen. Hosp., 
Mar. 1918; No. 50 Fd. Amb., Mar. 1918; M.o. 123rd Bde., r.f.a., Apl. 1918; 
Salonica, Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Ypres, Arras, Cambrai. 

Caswell, William Cocker Brydon; b.a. Victoria 1898. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 203rd En., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; att. 
Res. Bn., and Hosp. Circuit, Deal, Canterbury. 

Catalano, Michele Carlo Emmanuele; b.a. Victoria 1913, m.a. 1914, Staff. 

Italian Army, 243 Regg. Fant., 1st Batt., Sec. Lieut., 1915; Lieut.; Wounded 
Apl. 1916; Regtl. 'Libro d'Oro'. 

Gates, Harry Arthur; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.c, No. 2 CCS., Pte., Feb. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Apl. 1915; Capt.; France, 
Aug. 1915, No. 27 CCS.; Lcos; Salonica, July 1916; Returned Apl. 1918; 
c.A.M.c, Canada, Capt. 



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Cathcart, John Philip Selby; m.b. 191 i; c.a.m.c, No. 15 Fd. Anib., Lieut. 

C.A.M.C., Capt., July 1915; France, Nov. 1916, M.o. i6th Bn.; Ivlajor; Vimy, 
Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Drocourt-Queant; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 
1917, and Drocourt-Queant, Sept. 2, 1918; M.C., Hill 70, Aug. 15, 1917. 

Cathcart, Murray Albion; phm.b. 1914. 

60th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Aug. 1917; Lens sec. Arras sec, 
Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 

Cathels, Louis Patrick; University Coll. 1912-13, Wycliffe. 

4th King's Own Scottish Borderers, Pte., Aug. 1914; Lieut., July 1915; Capt., 
June 1916; Gallipoli, July 1915; Sinai Campaign (Duidar and Rounari, El 
Arish), Palestine (3 battles of Gaza, Wadi Hessi, Mughar, El Jib, Jerusalem, 
Crossing of Auja); France, V'imy, Hindenburg Line (1918). 

Catto, Ronald Wallace; b.a.sc. 1915. 

R.F.C., Sec. Lieut., Aug. 1915; Gen. List, att. C.A.s.c, Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, 
Sept. 1916, 19th Bn.; Capt., Apl. 1917; Staff Learner, 4th, 5th and nth Can. 
Inf. Bdes., and 4th Can. Div. Hdqrs.; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, 
Lens sec. Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; M.c, Hill 70, Aug. 

15. 1917- 

Caudwell, Norman Stuart; Applied Science 1910, Diploma; 56th Regt., Lieut. 

80th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; Capt. and Adjt.; 9th Bde., Staff Capt.; r.f.c, 
Capt., Oct. 1916; France, Dec. 1916; 46th Sqdn., May 1917; Messinss sec; 
Wounded, Lille, May 27, 1917; Invalided Sept. 191 7. 

Caulfeild, Alfred Hans Waring; m.b. 1904, Staff. 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Apl. 1915; o, s. May 1915; Seconded to 
National Med. Research Committee, St. Bartholomew's Hosp., London; 
Seconded to Lister Instit. and Addington Park War Hosp.; c.a.m.c, St. Med. 
Bd.; France, 1917, No. I Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 8 Can. Fd. Amb.; Passchendaele; 
Research work on gas gangrene, Canada, 1918. 

Caulfield, Howard John; d.d.s. 1920. 

c.a.d.c, m.d. 2, Pte., June 1917-Apl. 1919. 

Cavana, Ernest Leopold; Applied Science 1919 (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; c.e., Lieut., May 1918; o/s. June 1918. 

Cavanaugh, William R.; Education 19 13. 

63rd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., July 1916; c.g.a., July 1917; France, July 1917, 4th Can. 
Siege Bty., Gnr.; Bdr., Oct. 1918; Cpl., Apl. 1919; Lens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 

Cavell, Hartley William; b.a. University Coll. 1916, m.a. 1918. 

r.n.cv.r., Naval w/t. School, w/t Learner, Mar. 1918; Wt. Offr., w /t Opr., 
h.m.c.s. 'Niobe'; i/c w/t, tr 21; Atlantic Sea-gull Patrol. 

Caven, Percival Norman; b.a. Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c 

c.e., Signals, Spr., Jan. 191 7; France, May 191 8, Can. Cps. Tramways, c.e.; 
L-Cpl., Sept. 191 8; Souchez, Arras, Amiens, Arras, Canal du Nord — Mons. 

Caverhill, Ernest Arthur Herdman; b.a. Trinity 1916; g.g.b.g., Lieut. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; r.f.a., Sec Lieut., Apl. 1917; Lieut., 
Oct. 191 8; France, Aug. 191 7, 8th Div. Art.; Ypres, Passchendaele, March 
Retreat, Villcrs Bretonneux, Moreuil etc., Aisne-Marne, (May 1918), Arras, 
\'imy, etc. 

Cawi.ey, Harry Edwin; Trinity 1908, Applied Science 1910. 

7th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Aug. 1914; Bdr., Oct. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Cpl., 
Feb. 1915; loth Bty.; 9th Bty., C.f.a., Lieut., Apl. 1915 (commissioned on the 
field); Ncuve Chapcllc, Vprcs, Festubert, Givenchy, Loos, Zillcbekc; Wounded, 
Ziliebekc, June 1916; Invalided Dec 1916; 67th. U. of T., Bty., C.F.A. , Capt., 
O.c, JuK- 1917; Major, May I9'8; C.F.A. Depot, Toronto, o.c 



222 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Centner, Maurice Harry; b.a.sc. 1920. 

U.S. Naval Res. Force, Apprentice Seaman, Sept. 191 8. 
Chamberlain, Kenneth Hugh; Applied Science 191 8; c.o.t.c. 

Hdqrs. Staff, C.E., T.D., Sergt.; Lieut. 
Chambers, Alexander; Veterinary Coll. 1915-17; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.v.c, Lieut., July 1918; France, Aug. 1918, No. i Can. Vety. Hosp., 

Le Havre, Capt.; att. 14th Bde., c.f.a., Oct. 1918; Cambrai, etc. 
Chambers, Arthur William George; d.d.s. 1917. 

c.v.D.c, Sergt., 1916; o/s.; Returned to complete course; c.a.d.c, m.d. 3, 

Lieut., 1917. 
Chambers, Edward Vaughan; b.a.sc. 1914. 

92nd Bn., Lieut., July 1915; Can. m.g. Cps.; France, Dec. 1916, 2nd Can. m.g, 

Co}^; 3rd Can. M.G. Coy.; ist Bn., Can. m.g. Cps., Capt., May 1918; Major, 

Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — 'Mons; Wounded, Vimy, 

Apl. 9, 1917; M.c, Aug. 1917; Bar to m.c, gaz. Jan. 1919. 
Chambers, Graham; b.a. University Coll. 1886, m.b. 1889, m.b. Trinity 1892, f.t.m.c, 

c.a.m.c, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Lt.-Col., Apl. 1915; o/s. May i9i5;,Salonica, [Staff. 

Oct. 1915; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 11 Can. Gen. Hosp., 1917; Men- 
tioned, Services, Feb. 1917 and Mar. 1918. 
Chambers, Graham Lee; Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., June 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; Italy, Aug. 1918, h.m.s. 

'Lyra'; h.m.s. 'Badger'; Adriatic. 
Chambers, Robert Gordon; University Coll. 191 7; c.o.t.c. 

153rd Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; c.e., Apl. 1917; France, Feb. 1918, 2nd 

Can Pion. Bn.; 2nd Bn., c.e., Sept. 1918; Vimy sec, Cambrai, etc.; Ill May 

1918. 
Chandler, Charles Massey; Victoria i9i7;46th Regt., Lieut. 

255th Bn., Pte., Dec. 1916; A/Sergt.; Can. For. Cps., m.d. 2, Lieut.; o/s. Nov. 

1917; Can. Fcr. Cps., Nos. 53 & 54 Distrs., Adjt. 
Chantler, Howard McDougall; Applied Science 1919 (1922). 

Can. Div. Cyclists, Pte., Feb. 1916; France, May 1917, Can. Cps. Cyclists; 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes. 
Chantler, William Earl; Victoria 1920 (1922). 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Feb. 191 7; France, Jan. 191 8, 2nd Div. Sig. Coy., c.e.; 

Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Chapin, RoscoE Tranmer ; Victoria 191 8; c.o.t.c. 

R.F.C., 2/a.m., July 1917; i/a.m., Jan. 1918; R.A.F., Cpl., June 1918; Sergt., 

Sept. 1918. 
Chaplin, Garnet Wolseley; Applied Science 1897; 19th Regt., Capt. 

4th Bn., Capt., Sept. 1914; ist Can. Div. Ammun. Sub-Park, Sept. 1914; 

France, Sept. 1915, c.a.s.c; 5th Can. Cav. Div. Supply Col., Aug. 1917; 5th 

Can. Div. Art., Mech. Tpt. Detach., May 1918; ist Can. Div. Mech. Tpt. Coy., 

Major, June 1918; St. Eloi (1917), Passchendaele, Cambrai (Nov.-Dec. 1917). 

March Retreat, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Chapman, William James; m.b. 1895. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut.; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Aug. 1915; Suvla Bay, Oct. 1915, No. i 

Welsh Fd. Amb.; Egypt, Dec. 1915, M.o. 2/4th R. West Kent Regt.; m.o. i/4th 

R. Sussex Regt.; Suez Canal Defences; c.a.m.c, Capt., Aug. 1916; Pres., Med. 

Bd., M.S.A.; m.o. Winnipeg Tps., Quebec; d.a.d.m.s., m.d. id, July 1918; Major, 
Sept. 1918; (a/a.d.m.s., m.d. 10, Apl.-May 1919). 
Chapman, William James; m.d., cm. Trinity 1904. 

r.a.m.c, Lieut.; (Further details not available). 



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Charles, Havelock Hughes; Medicine 1904. 

Can. o/s. R}^ Constr. Cps., Spr., Mar. 1915; Cpl., Sergt.; France, Aug. 1915; 

Lieut., Jan. 1917; Capt., Dec. 1917; A/Major, June 1918; Capt., Oct. 1918; 

att. Belgian Army, 1915; att. R. Naval Siege Guns, 1916; 2nd and 3rd .Armies, 

1917-18; Wounded, Le Cateau, Oct. 28, 1918. 
Charlesworth, John L.\nigan; Trinity 1918, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; 4th R. Irish Regt., Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1916: 

France, Feb. 1917, att.. 8th R. Inniskilling Fusiliers; Wounded and Prisoner, 

Ypres sec, Aug. 16, 1917. 
Charteris, Walter Francis; Medicine 1920 (1921); 24th Regt., Sergt. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Sub-Lieut., May 1918; h.m.s. 'Lark', June 1918; H.M.s. 'Vidette'; 

North Sea convoys; 13th Flotilla, Grand Fleet. 
Charters, Harry Pierson; Trinity 1916; c.o.t.c. 

198th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, Apl. 1917, 4th c.m.r.; Vimy; Invalided; 

Can. Record Office, Can. Hdqrs., London. 
Chassels, John; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; Capt., May 

1916; Dardanelles, July 1915; Gallipoli, Aug. 1915, att. 66th Bde., r.f.a., 

13th Div. ; Mesopotamia, Feb. 1916, att. 66th Bde., R.F..A.., and No. 40 Fd. Amb., 

13th Div.; Invalided Aug. 1916; France, Dec. 1916, No. 13 Fd. Amb., 5th Div.; 

Givenchy and Festubert sees., Vimy, Arleux, Arras; C.V.M.C, -M.D. 2, Capt., 

July 1917. 
Chavignaud, Louis George; Applied Science 19 15. ' - 

19th Bn., Pte., Nov. 1914; (Further details not available). 
Chegwin, Arthur Edward; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1918 (d.d.s. 1919): c.o.t.c. 

198th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; Cpl.; C.a.d.c, Sergt.; o/s. Apl. 1917; Returned to 

complete course Nov. 19 17. 
Chelew, Arthur Clifford; Victoria 1920. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; C.A.M.C, Pte., Oct. 1918. 

Cheney, Harry Wallace; Victoria 1917, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

4th Univ. Coy., p.p.cl.i., Lieut., Oct. 1915; loth, 4th, and 2nd Can. Res. Inf. 

Bdes., Sig. Offr.; Seaford Hdqrs., Area Sig. Offr., Oct. 1916; Shoreham Hdqrs., 

Bde. Sig. Offr., Dec. 1917; c.e., Dec. 1917; France, July 1918, 2nd Can. Div. 

Sig. Coy.; Amiens, Arras — Cambrai; Mentioned, Services, 1917. 
Cheney, Stuart Keith; Victoria 1915, Applied Science 1916, (b.a..sc. 1920); c.o.t.c 

25th Bty., CF.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; Bdr.; France, Jan. 1916; Cpl., Sergt.; 

Ploegsteert, Kemmel, Ypres, Somme, Lens sec, Vimy; c.f.a., Instr., Canada, 

June 1917; Cadet, 1918. 
Cherry, Philip Arthur Barcl.vy; b.s.a. 19 12. 

9th Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; L-Cpl., Cpl.; Northumberland Fuslrs., Sec. Lieut.; 

France, Aug. 1915; Impl. m.g. Cps., Lieut., June 1915; Capt., Jan. 1917; 

M.G. Cps., Grantham, Asst. Instr., Aug. 1916; g.h.q., Lewis-gun School, b.e.f., 

Asst. Instr., Feb. 1917; Loos, Armentieres, Souchez (1915-16); .Amiens (1918); 

Despatches July 1919. 
Chesnut, Edward Fraser; b.a.sc 1914. 

19th Bn., Cpl., Oct. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; Sergt.; Messincs, Vierstraat, St. 

Eloi, Ypres sec; Wounded, Vierstraat, Dec. 1915; Discharged Sept. 1916. 
Chester, John Francis VicKERs; Medicine 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., Apl. 191 7; k-N.v.R., Surg. Probr.; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; 

H.M.s. 'Marguerite'; Mediterranean. 



224 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Child, Philip Albert; Trinity 1919 (1920); c.o.t.c; c.f.a., Lieut. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1917; r.g.a.. Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1917; France, 

Jan. 1918, 262nd Siege Bty.; Arras-Amiens sec; Wounded, near Amiens, Mar. 

21, 1918. 
Childs, Thomas; Veterinary College 1912-14. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1915; France, Apl. 1915, att. 13th Meerut Cav.; Festubert, 

Loos, 1915; Injured, June 191 5; Mesopotamia, Jan. 1916; v.o. 6th Cav. Bde., 

M.E.F., Mar. 1916; AjJ.v.s. 14th Indian Div., Nov. 1916; Kut Relief Expedn., 

Basra, Ali Gherba, Hunna, Dujailah, Kut-El-Amara (Dec. 1916), Shumran, 

Ctesiphon, Dialah, Baghdad (Mar. 1917), Baqubah-Sharaban-Khanniquin- 

Kara Tepe; Wounded, Dujailah, Mar. 8, 1916; India, Lahore, Apl. 1918; 

Despatches June 19 19. 
Chilver, Henry Lewis; Applied Science 1904, Diploma. 

loth Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Pte., Jan. 1917; France, June 1917; Cpl.; Ypres sec, 

Menin, Lille, St. Quentin sec; Gassed., 
Chisholm, James; b.a. University Coll. 1879; 91st Regt., H/Major and Pmr. 

173rd Bn., Major, Paymaster, Feb. 1916; O/'s. Nov. 1916; Discharged May 

1917. 
Chisholm, James McCraney; Trinity 1918, Medicine 1920; c.o.t.c, L-Cpl.; 20th 

76th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, July 1916, i8th Bn.; Ypres [Regt., Lieut. 

sec, Somme; Wounded, Sommc, Sept. 16, 1916; ist Can. Cas. Tr. Bn., Nov. 

1916; No. 2 Can. c.d., Asst. Adjt., Mar.'i9i7; Adjt., Nov. 1917; A/Capt., Aug. 

1918. 
Chisholm, John Samuel; m.b. 1899, m.d., cm. Trinity 1899. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut; (Further details not available). 
Chisholm, William Patterson; m.d., cm. Trinity 1888, f.t.m.c 

U.S.A. Med. Cps., 1st Lieut., Jan. 1918; att. 63rd Inf., nth Div.; 154th Depot 

Bde., June 1918; Camp Meade, Md., Sept. 1918; Camp Surg., Franklin Cantmt., 

Oct. 1918; Capt., Jan. 1919. 
Christian, John Russell Ligertwood; m.b. 1909. 

R.A.M.c, Capt., 1915; France, m.o. nth Bde., r.f.a.; m.c; Despatches, 1916. 
Christie, Basil; St. Michael's 191 1. 

C.E., Signals, Pte., 1916; (Further details not available). 
Christie, Frank Carl; b.a.sc 191 7. 

R.E.; (Further details not available). 
Christie, Herbert Read; b.sc.f. 1913. 

C.E., Lieut., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 8th Fd. Coy., ce.; Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Vimy (1917-18); Wounded, Vimy, Mar. 31, 1917; C.s.m.e., 

Seaford, Instr., Apl. 1918; Siberian Ex. F., Nov. 1918; Siberia, Dec. 1918; 

Capt., Mar. 1919; m.c, Passchendaele, Nov. 1917. 
Christie, James Farquhar; Adm. Staff; Scots Guards, S. African War. 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp., Mar. 1915; Wt. Offr., i. May 1915; Salonica, 

Nov. 1915; No. II Can. Gen. Hosp., Lieut., Qr.-Mr., Oct. 1917; Queen's 

Can. Mil. Hosp., Beachborough, Capt., o.c, Nov. 1917- 
Chrysler, Herbert William; Education 1913. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Jan. 1918; Cpl. 
Church, Edward Frederick; b.a. Victoria 1916; c.o.t.c 

Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt., Aug. 1916; att. ce.; France, Oct. 1916, att. ist Bn., 

Can. Ry. Tps.; Somme, Dunkerque, Ypres, Amiens; att. Can. For. Cps., 

No. 5 District, Jura Mts., Mar. 1918; att. Paris area, Aug. 1918. 
Churchill, B. Pitman; m.d., cm. Trinity 1901. 

U.S.A. Med. Cps. ; 8th Div. War Board. 



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CiEMAX, Samuel; University CoU. 1917, (Medicine 1924). 

St. John's Amb. Bde., ist Can. Detach., Mar. 1915; r.a.m.c, Croydon War 

Hosp., Pte.; Gallipoli, Oct. 1915, No. 16 c.c.s.; Wounded Nov. 23, 1915; 

Eg^'pt, Mesopotamia (1916); Invalided Sept. 1916; India, 1917-18; Inf. Depot, 

Bangalore; Deccan Brit. War Hosp., Poona. 
Clairmont, Wilfred Laurier; Applied Science 1918 (1922); c.o.x.c. 

122nd Bn., Pte., Mar. 1916; Cpl., May 1916; L-Sergt., Dec. 1916; Sergt., 

Apl. 1917; Can. For. Cps., 43rd Coy., Cpl.; France, June 1917, Can. For. Cps., 

No. I District; Sergt., Dec. 1918. 
Clancy, Robert Wellington; m.d., cm. Trinity 1902. 

A.E.F., U.S. Med. Cps., 1st Lieut., June 1917; o.c. 362nd Amb. Coy., 91st Div.; 

Capt., Feb. 1918; France, Aug. 1918; St. Mihiel, Argonne, Lys-Scheldt, Belgium. 
Clappison, Harry Gordon; University Coll. 1920, (Applied Science 1923); c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1917; u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte.; r.n.a.s.. Fit. Sub- 
Lieut.; France, Aug. 1918, r.a.f., Lieut.; Capt. and Fit. Cmdr.; Dunkerque- 

Ypres, Courtrai; Belgian Croix de Guerre, gaz. July 1919. 
Clark, Alexander McCoy; d.d.s. 1920. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917. 
Clark, Christie Thomas; University Coll. 1916. 

20th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1914; Invalided; 74th Bn., July 1915; France, May 

1916, 4th C.M.R.; Wounded, Somme, Oct. 1916; Invalided Nov. 1916; a.d.c, 

to G.o.c, M.D. 2, Capt?, Mar. 1917; Siberian Ex. F., Orderly Offr. to G.o.c, 

Sept. 1918. 
Clark, David Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1908, m.b. 1910. 

Mrs. Payne Whitney's Amer. Hosp., France, 1914; CA.M.C, Fd. Amb., Major, Dec. 

1915; Ramsgate Hosp.; Mil. Hosp., M.D. 2; Shaughnessy Mil. Hosp., Vancouver. 
Clark, David Andrew; m.b. 1892; c.a.m.c, m.o. 34th Regt. 

CA.M.C, M.o. 3rd Bde., C.F.A., Major, Aug. 1914; France, Jan. 1915; Neuve 

Chapelle, Ypres; Wounded, Ypres, May 4, 1915; d.a.d.m.s., London, Lt.-Col., 

Dec. 1916; A.D.M.S., Bramshott, May 1917; Office of d.g.m.s., Ottawa, May 

1918; Mentioned, Services, 1916. 
Clark, George Alvin; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; 6ist Bty., Vety. Sergt.; France, Aug. 1917; 

Passchendaele, Lens, March Retreat (1918); R.A.F. , Lieut., Oct. 1918. 
Clark, Gregory; University Coll. 1915. 

170th Bn., Pte., Apl. 1916; Lieut., June 1916; France, Nov. 1916, 4th c.m.r.; 

Adjt., Feb. 1918; Capt., Apl. 1918; A/Major, Aug. 1918; Capt.; Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc.; M.C, Vimy, Apl. 1917. 
Clark, Harold Sawbridge; b.a.sc 1910; 19th Regt., Lieut. 

36th Rn., Lieut., May 1915; R. Can. Regt.; France, Jan. 1916; Can. Gen. 

Base Depot, Adjt.; Despatches Apl. 1918. 
Clark, Harry Gordon; Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., May 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; H.M.S. 'Portia', June 1918, 

Buncrana; h.m. Bks. 'Victory', Portsmouth, Sept. 1918; h.m.s. 'Wolfhound', 

Baltic Sqdn., Oct. 1918. 
Clark, Hugh James; University Coll. 1913. 

180th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; r.f.c. Cadet, Jan. 1917; Lieut., Aug. 1917; Instr.; 

o/s. June 1918; Injured Aug. 1918. 
Clark, James Howard; University Coll. 1912; 96th Regt., Sergt. 

6ist Bn., Lieut., June 1915; Can. m.g. Depot; France, Sept. 1916, 9th Can. 

M.G. Coy.; 3rd Bn., Can. m.g. Cps., Capt., Feb. 1918; Coy. Cmdr., Jan. 1919; 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Cambrai — Mons. 
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226 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Clark, John Arthur; b.a. University Coll. 1906, ll.b. 1909; 72nd Regt., Major. 

72nd Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, July 1915; France, Aug. 1916; Member, British Mission 

to Italian Front, Feb. 1917; 7th Can. Inf. Bde., 3rd Div., Brig.-Gen., o.c, Sept. 

1918; Ypres sec, Somme, Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Arras, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, Kemmel, Aug. 1916; D.s.o., gaz. June 1917; 

Bar to D.s.o., Vimy, Apl. 1917; Second Bar to D.s.o., Amiens, Aug. 1918; c.m.g., 

June 1919; Despatches, June 1917, Jan. 1918, June 1918, Jan. 1919. 
Clark, Norman Samuel; Victoria 1919, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

c.A.s.c, Mech. Tpt., Pte., 1916; France, Dec. 1916, Can. Cps. Tps. Supply Col.; 

Can. Cps. Mech. Tpt. Coy., 1918; Vimy, Lens sec, Passchendaele; Returned to 

complete course Oct. 1918. 
Clark, Philip Thompson; University Coll. 192 1 (1922). 

C.A.D.C, Pte., May 1918. 
Clark, Robert Stewart; b.a. University Coll. 1912. 

64th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., 1917; Bdr., Feb. 1918; ist Bn., Can. Garr. Regt., G.R., 

Apl. 1918; Invalided & discharged June 1918. 
Clark, Robert Wellington; m.b. 1910. 

c.A.M.c, m.o. 235th Bn., Capt., May 1916; Invalided Dec. 1916; Discharged 

June 1917. 
Clark, Stanley Harris; b.sc.f 1913. 

Can. For. Cps., Pte., 1916; France, 76th Coy.; Sergt., Sept. 1917; c.Q.M.s., 

Nov. 1917; S.Q.M.S., Mar. 1918; Hdqrs. Central Group, Lieut., Oct. 1918. 
Clark, Thomas Crossan; m.b. 1913. 

R.N., Surgeon, Apl. 1917; Haslar Naval Hosp., June 1917; h.m.s. 'Cumberland', 

Nov. 1917-Feb. 1919. 
Clark, Thomas Oliver; b.s.a. 1912. 

c.A.v.c, Pte., Nov. 1914; Sergt.; France, Apl. 1915, No. i Can. Vety. Hosp.; 

No. I Mob. Vety. Sec, Nov. 1915; 8th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., June 1916; Ypres sec, 

Somme, Lens sec; c.f.a., Lieut., Aug. 1917; Recalled for duty, Oct. 1917; 

Discharged Nov. 19 17. 
Clark, William; Education 1915, University Coll. 1917, (b.a. 1920). 

4th Div. Cycl'st Coy., Pte., Mar. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, Can. Cps. Cyclists; 

Lens sec, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, 

Oct. 10, 1918. 
Clark, William George; Applied Science 1911. 

5th Univ. Coy., p.p C.L.I. , Pte., Dec. 1915; France; 3rd Can. Div. Tr. School, 

Sergt., Instr., 1918; (Further details not available). 
Clark, William John; m.b. 1898. 

c.A.M.c, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1916; Invalided Oct. 

1917; Med. Bd., m.d. 2, 1918-19. 
Clarke, Eric Kent; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.c, Queen's Mil. Hosp., Beachborough, Lieut., July 1916; Capt., Aug. 

1917; c.A.M.c (Canada), Jan. 1918; Shorncliffe, Feb. 1918; No. 4 Can. Gen. 

Hosp., Apl. 1918. 
Clarke, Frederick Fieldhouse; Applied Science 1903, Diploma. 

127th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, Nov. 1915; 2nd Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., o.c, Jan. 1917; 

France, Jan. 1917; Somme, Nieuport-Ypres-Passchendaele (1917), Somme (1918); 

D.s.o., Jan. 1918; Bar to D.s.o., May 29, 1918; Despatches Jan. 1918, Nov. 1918. 
Clarke, Harold; m.b. 1914. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Dec. 1916-1919 (Canada). 
Clarke, Harold James; d.d.s. 1914. 

C.A.D.C, Sergt., Jan. 1918; Capt., July 1918-Nov. 1919 (Canada). 



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Clarke, Jack Alfred GiBSOx; University Coll. 1915; 24th Regt., Lieut. 

i8th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; Messines-Wytschaete sec, St. 

Eloi; Wounded, St. Eloi, Apl. 10, 1916; Invalided July 1916; Hdqrs. Staff, 

M.D. I, Capt. 
Clarke, Norman Dwight; Victoria 19 17. 

5th Univ. Coy., p. p. C.L.I. , Pte., Nov. 1915; France, June 1916, p. p.c.l.i.; Somme, 

Vimy, Lens; Wounded, near Lens, Aug. 27, 19 17; Discharged Alar. 1918. 
Clarke, Thomas Wallace; Applied Science 191 1; 12th Regt., Sergt. 

4th Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Can. Record Office, London, 

England, July 1915; A/Sergt.; 127th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1916; France, Jan. 

1917, 2nd Bn., Can. Ry. Tps.; A/Capt., Dec. 1917; Ypres (1915), Somme (1917), 
Nieuport, Passchendaele; Wounded, Ypres, Apl. 23, 1915; M.c, Nov. 1917. 

Clarke, Trevor Atwell; Forestry 1917 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

2nd Can. Div. Cyclists, Pte., Aug. 1915; France, Aug. 1916, 75th Bn.; att. 

iith Can. Bde. t.m. Bty., Sept. 1916; nth Can. Inf. Bde., Intell. Sec, Mar. 

1917; 75th Bn., Aug. 1918; att. nth Can. Inf. Bde. Hdqrs., Oct. 1918; St. 

Eloi, Somme, Vim^', Lens, Passchendaele, Arleux sec, Amiens, Drocourt- 

Queant — Valenciennes; Wounded June 4, 1918; Despatches, Somme, Oct. 21, 

1916. 
Clarke, Willl\m Albert; b..\. Trinity 1906, m.a. 1910, m.b. 1910; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

C.A.M.C, No. 5 Gen. Hosp., Capt., June 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915, No. 5 Can. 

Gen. Hosp.; No. 84 Fd. Amb.; No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp., Liverpool, Nov. 

1917; Major, June 1918; Despatches Nov. 1916, July 1917, Dec. 1917. 
Clarke, Wilmot Charles DeWitt; Victoria 1915. 

1st Can. Pion. Bn., Pte., May 1916; France, Aug. 1916; 9th Bn., Can. Ry. 

Tps., Dec. 1916; Somme, Arras (1917), Ypres sec, Passchendaele, Arras, 

Somme; Wounded, Passchendaele, Sept. 13, 1917. 
Clarke, Wilmot Gereau; b.a. Victoria 1890. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 235th Bn., Capt., May 1916; Woodcote Park Mil. 

Conval. Hosp., Epsom; France, 12th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps.; 2nd Bn., Can. M.G. 

Cps. ; Queant-Gouzacourt sec, Troisdorf, etc. 
Clarkson, Edward Guy; Applied Science 1909; loth Regt., Lieut. 

123rd Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, Mar. 1917, 123rd Can. Pion. Bn.; 8th 

En., C.E., Capt., Apl. 1918; Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, Passchendaele, Nov. 19 17. 
Clarkson, William; Veterinary Coll. 1914-15 (1919-20). 

c.A.v.c, No. 2 Sec, Sergt., July 1915; t.d.. Mob. Vety. Sec, Nov. 1916; 

S.S.M.; Siberian Ex. F., Can. Remount Depot, Sept. 1918; Sqdn. s.m., w.o. 
Cleall, Kenneth Francis; r.a. Trinity 19 12. 

R.A.F., Cadet; Sec Lieut., Aug. 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918. 
Cleave, Paul; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Cleaver, Ernest Edgar; b.a. Victoria 1904, m.b. 1906. 

o/s. Aug. 1916; c.a.m.c, No. II Gen. Hosp., Capt., Aug. 1916; France, Aug. 

1918, No. 2 Can. Gtn. Hosp.; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp., Feb. 1919. 
Cleaver, Hughes; ll.h. 1917; c.o.t.c 

1st Can. Tank Hn., Pic, Aj)!. 1918; o/s. June 1918; Cpl., Sergt. 

Clegg, Rruce Dean; b.a.sc 19 13. 

K.N.V.R., Sub-Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., June 1917; Belgian Coast bombard- 
ments; Wounded, Nieuport, Apl. 1918. 

Cleghorn, Irvine Murray; Medicine 1921 (1922). 
R.F.C, Cadet, Oct. 191 7. 



228 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Cleland, Frederick Adam; b.a. University Coll. 1898, m.b. 1901; c.a.m.c, Capt. 
C.A.M.C, No. II Sta. Hosp., Major, Sept. 1918; Siberia, Oct. 1918. 

Clement, Frederick Walter; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 1915; r.a.m.c. , Lieut., May 1915; Capt., May 
1916; Mediterranean, July 1915, Hosp. Ship Svce.; Gallipoli, No. 16 c.c.s., 
Anzac Tps., Sept. 1915; Suez Canal, No. 14 c.c.s.; East Africa, May 1916, 
att. Gen. Van Deventer's Column; Hosp. Ship, Nov. 1917; France, Apl. 1918, 
No. 89 Fd. Amb., 29th Div.; m.o. Newfoundland Regt.; C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, School 
of Orthopaedics, July 1918; Dom. Orth. Hosp., Feb. 1919. 

Clench, Elida; b.a. Trinity 191 7. 

Fairmont Mil. Hosp., Vancouver, Dietitian, Nov. 1917; s.c.R., Voc. Sch., 
Saskatoon, May 1918. 

Clendenan, Douglas Gilmour; Medicine 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c 

159th Bn., Lieut.; France, 1917, ist Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Pte.; Dr.; Invalided; 
Rettlrned to complete course 1918. 

Clendenning, Addison Clair; Applied Science 1907; io6th Regt. 

222nd Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; Capt., Oct. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, ist c.m.r., 
Lieut.; 3rd Can. Div., d.g.o., Jan. 1918; Capt., Feb. 1918; Mericourt-Avion, 
Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras-Merville sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 

Clendenning, Chester Scott; Applied Science 1908. 

2nd Can. Pion. Bn., Pte., Nov. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; (Further details not 
available). 

Clewes, Henry Ralph; University Coll. 1916, (b.a. 1919); c.o.t.c 

9th Lincolnshire Regt., Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, July 1916, loth Lincoln- 
shire Regt.; Lieut.; Somme, Arras (1917), Flanders; Wounded, near Arras, 
June 5, 1917, and Langemarck, Oct. 18, 1917; Invalided Dec. 1917. 

Clifton, Ernest William Victor; b.a. (Oxon.), Staff, University Coll. 1912-15. 

R.E., Signals, Spr. (Motor Despatch-Rider), 1916; Cpl.; India (1917); Invalided; 
Pay Corps, England. 

Cline, Clarence Wilfred; Victoria 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., May 1916; o/s. Sept. 1916; 5th Div. Sig. Coy., Jan. 1917; 
y.M.c.A., Farnham, A/Sergt. 

Cline, George Alton; b.a. Victoria 1909, m.a. 1910, Education 191 1, Staff; 20th 
C.E., 1st Div. Sig. Coy., Capt., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; [Regt., Capt. 

2nd Can. Div. Sig. Coy.,o.c, Aug. 1916; 1st Can. Div. Sig. Coy., o.c. Mar. 1917; 
Major, Feb. 1917; Chief Instr., Signals, t. d., England, Jan. 1918; Can. Cps. 
Hdqrs. Staff, Asst. to Asst. Dir. Signals, Apl. 1918; Can. Cps. Sig. Coy., o.c, 
July 1918; Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, Ploegsteert, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, 
Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc.; Legion d'Honneur, 
Croix de Chevalier, Mar. 1916; D.s.o., Jan. i, 1918; Despatches Jan. i, 1918. 

Clingan, George; m.d., cm. Victoria 1892. 

79th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, July 1915; o/s. Apl. 1916; c.a.m.c, Can. Conval. 
Hosp.; Monk's Horton Hosp., o.c; France, Aug. 1918. 

Cluff, Howard Roger; b.a. Trinity 1910; c.o.t.c; 28th Regt., Lieut. 

71st Bn., Lieut, and Adjt., Sept. 1915; France, Oct. 1916, 21st Bn.; Vimy; 
4th Bn., 2nd Div. Tr. Rgt., Adjt.; Invalided May 1917; No. i Coy. Offr. 
Tr. Bn., o.c, July 1917; France, 21st Bn., Nov. 1917; Lens sec; Wounded, 
Lens, Mar. 4, 1918; Hdqrs., m.d. i, Sept. 1918. 

Cluff, Reginald Alger; b.a. Trinity 1915; c.o.t.c 

l6ist Bn., L-Cpl., Feb. 1916; Lieut., July 1916; France, May 1918, 52nd Bn.; 
Neuville Vitasse, Amiens; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 1918. 



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Clugston, Harold Smith; University Coll. 19 14, Knox; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, Pte., Oct. 1916; Y.M.C.A., Capt., Aug. 1917; Transport duty, June 1918. 

Clutterbuck, Herbert Fr^vncis; m.d., cm. Trinity 1900, f.r.c.s. (Ed.), Staff. 

British Red Cross, att. No. 13 Sta. Hosp., Boulogne, Nov. 1914; r.a.m.c, 
Lieut., Mar. 1915; Capt., Mar. 1916; No. 13 Sta. Hosp.; No. 8 c.c.s., May 
1916; Surgeon, reinforcement team for battles of Messines, Arras, Passchendaele, 
Cambrai, 1917; No. 20 Gen. Hosp., Camiers, Apl. 1918; A/Major, Dec. 1918; 
Despatches, Mar.j9i8. 

Clysdale, Earle Stuart; Medicine 1921 (1923); c.o.t.c. 
R.A.F., Cadet, Apl. 1918. 

Coad, William Edwin Raymond; m.b. 1897, m.d., cm. Trinity 1898. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Nov. 1917; Capt.; m.o. 1st Depot Bn., m.d. 10, Jan. 1918; 
Conval. Hosp., St. John, n.b.. Mar. 1918; o/s. July 1918, as m.o. h.m.s. 'Kil- 
donan Castle'; No. 13 Can. Gen. Hosp., Sept. 19 18; Med. Bd., Seaford, June 
1919. 

Coates, Llewellyn Herbert; m.b. 1911. 

C.A.M.C, M.o. 215th Bn., Capt., Mar. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; m.o. 12th Res. Bn., 
Apl. 1917; France, 1918, No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp. 

Coatsworth, Alan; Victoria 19 10. 

2nd Div. Cyclist Cps., Pte., Mar. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; c.f.a., ist Div., 
Gnr., Aug. 1916; Bdr., Cpl., Sergt.; ist Can. Div. t.m. Bde.; Kemmel, St. Eloi, 
Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Avion, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, 
Valenciennes. 

Coatsworth, CuTHBERT Peart; Applied Science 19 18; 12th Regt., Lieut.; c.o.t.c. 

2nd Can. Pion. Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; Capt., Apl. 1917; 
4th Bn., C.E., May 1918; Major, Aug. 1918; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 
Passchendaele, Lens, Arras, Amiens, Cambrai — Mons; m.c, Courcelette, Sept. 
1916. 

Coatsworth, Richard Collier; b.a. Victoria 1910, m.a. 1913, m.b. 1915, Staff 1911- 
c.a.m.c. No. 2 c.c.s. , Pte., Feb. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; [13; c.o.t.c 
Capt., May 19 16; France, July 19 15, No. 53 Fd. Amb.; att. i/sth Duke of 
Cornwall's L.i., June 1917; 2/2nd South Midland Fd. Amb., Apl. 1918; Ypres 
sec. (1915), Bethune and Somme sees. (1916), Somme; Arras, Cambrai, St. 
Quentin (1917); St. Quentin, Merville, and Scheldt (1918); Wounded, Somme, 
Aug. 1916; M.c, St. Quentin, Mar. 1918. 

Cobb, Herbert Sullivan; Victoria 1917, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c 

C.A.S.C, 3rd Div. Train, Dr., Dec. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; 2n(l Bn., Pte., Nov. 

1917; Lieut., Aug. 1918; 2nd Bn., Oct. 1918; Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, 

Passchendaele, Cambrai. 
Coburn, John; Victoria 1895-97. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 201st Tin., Capt., Mar. 1916; 176th Bn., Oct. 1916; 

o/s. Apl. 1917; I2th Can. Res. Bn., May 1917; Discharged June 1917- 

Cochrane, Charles Norris; b.a. University Coll. 1911, b.a. (Oxon.); Staff, Uni- 

Hdqrs. Staff, m.d. 2, Capt., Musketry [versity Coll. & Victoria; C.O.T.C, Capt. 

Offr., Jan. 1916; ist Can. Tank Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Cochrane, David John; m.b. 1904. 

C.A.M.C, M.o. 30th Bn., Capt., Feb. 1915; I'rance, AjjI. 1915, No. 2 Can. Sta. 

Hosp.; M.o. 13th Bn.; No. 3 Can. Fd. Amb.; Major, Nov. 1917; d.g.m.s. 

Hdqrs., att. a. m.d. 8, Jan. 1918; Ypres, Festubert, Ypres (1916), Somme, \'imy, 

Passchendaele; Despatches Dec. 19 17. 



230 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Cochrane, Wilbur Carlisle; Applied Science 1906; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

A.D.C. to G.o.c, 2nd Can. Contingent, Capt., Sept 1914; France, Sept. 1915; 
Major; Ypres (1916), Somme; d.a.q.m.g., Hdqrs., London; Ministry of Informa- 
tion, Mar. 19 1 8. 

CocKBURN, Harriet; m.d., cm. Trinity 1897. 

Serbian Relief, Stobart Unit, Surgeon; Serbia, July 1915; Serbian Retreat, 
Nov.-Dec. 1915. 

Cockburn, James Roy; b.a.sc. 1902, Staff; c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

170th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; Capt.; France, Oct. 1916, 58th Bn., Lieut.; 
R.E., 2nd Fd. Survey Coy., Feb. 1917; 3rd Fd. Survey Coy., Feb. 1917; i/c 'v' 
Sound-ranging Sec, Capt., May 1917; Viniy sec, Armentieres, Arras-Beaumetz, 
Velu; Palestine, Egyptian e.f., Sept. 1917, 7th Fd. Survey Coy., i/c ' v' Sound- 
ranging Sec; Beersheba, Gaza, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Sharon — 'Mt. Ephraim, Acre, 
Damascus; M.C., gaz. Jan. 1919. 

Cockburn, Robert Somerville; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1916; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut., May 1917; Salonica, 
Sept. 1917, 99th Bty., 20th Bde., r.f.a.; Lieut., Nov. 1918; Macedonia, Struma 
Valley, Vardar Valley; Army of Occupation, Transcaucasia. 

Cockburn, Ross MacGillivray; b.a.sc, 1915; c.o.t.c.; 34th Regt., Lieut. 

Ii6th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; 73rd Bn.; France, Aug. 1916; Somme, Vimy; 
Injured Feb. 1917; R.g.a., Lieut., May 1917; 435th and 448th Siege Bties.; 
India, Mar. 1918, R.G.A., 82nd Coy.; Punjab riots (May 1919), Afghan War 
(July 1919)- 

Cockburn, William Joseph; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Mar. 1917; r.f.c. Cadet, Apl. 1917; Sec. Lieut. 

Cockerline, Ernest Wesley; Applied Science 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c 
256th Bn., Sergt., 1917; r.a.f.. Cadet, 1918. 

CocKERTON, George Charles; b.v.sc 1910. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 

Code, Arthur Graham; b.a.sc. 1911. 

C.E., 1st Fd. Troop, Spr., Aug. 1914; istFd. Coy.; France, Feb. 1915; Wounded, 
Ypres, Apl. 22, 1915; Discharged Oct. 19 15. 

Code, Gordon Hamilton; b.a. University Coll. 1916; 109th Regt., Lieut. 

169th Bn., Capt., Paymaster, Jan. 1916; Can. Pay Off., London; France, Oct. 
1917, 1st Can. Pion. Bn., Pmr.; Can. Base, France, Pmr.; Fd. Cashier, 5th 
Army area; Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens, Peronne, Cambrai. 

Cody, Ernest LeRoy; b.a. LIniversity Coll. 1915, Knox; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c. No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Cpl., Oct. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 
1915; Invalided Apl. 1916; Discharged Nov. 19 16. 

Cody, Henry Maurice; University Coll. 1918, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

att. Musketry Staff, m.d. 2, Lieut, and Pmr., May 1916; C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., 
M.D. 2, Asst. Qr, Mr., Jan. 1917; Capt. and Qr.Mr., May 1917. 

Coghlan, Frederick Thomas; d.d.s. 1893; nth Bty., cf.a.. Major. 

29th Bty., C.F.A., Major, o.c, June 1915; France, July 1916; i/c nth Can. Art. 
Bde., A/Lt.-Col., Jan. 1917; 43rd Bty., Major, o.c. Mar. 1917; 9th Can. Art. 
Bde., Lt.-Col., o.c. Mar. 1918; Ypres, Kemmel, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 
chendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Passchendaele, Nov. 191 7". 
D.S.O., Jan. I, 1918; Croix de Guerre, Amiens, Sept. 21, 1918; Despatches, Jan. 
1917, Jan. 1918; French Army Citation, Sept. 1918. 

Cohen, Benjamin; b.a. University Coll. 1915, m.b. 1918. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Apl. 1918; Capt., Apl. 1919; m.o. Ry. Constr. Bn., Niagara; 
o/s. Aug. 1918; Rhyl Camp; m.o. 23rd Res.; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp-. 



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Cohen, Cecile; b.a. University Coll. 191 7. 

Spadina Mil. Hosp., m.d. 2; Memorial Santm., Kingston, Dietitian; Brant Mil. 

Hosp.; Resigned June 19 18. 
CoHOON, James Wilfred; b.a. Victoria 1906, m.a. 1908^ Education 1908. 

73rd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Dec. 1916; A/Sergt.; Siege and Hvy. Reinf. Draft, 

Gnr.; France, Oct. 1917, 4th Can. Siege Bty., c.g.a.; Vimy, Cambrai sees. 
Coke, Edward Fr.\.nxis; b.s a. 1909; 34th Fort Garry Horse, P/Lieut. 

6th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Oct. 1915, ist c.m.r.; 8th Bn., Mar. 1916; 

Capt., Aug. 1916; 1st Can. Div. Hdqrs., Jan. 1917; 2nd Can. Inf. Bde., A/StafT 

Capt., July 1917; 1st Can. Div. Hdqrs., Oct. 1917; i68th Brit. Inf. Bde., Staff 

Capt., Mar. 1918; Ypres (1916), Vimy, Passchendaele, Arras, Boisleux, Canal 

du Nord, etc.; Wounded, Observatory Ridge, June 13, 1916; M.c.gaz. Jan. i, 

1919; Despatches, Jan. 1917, Jan. 1918. 
CoLBECK, Oliver William; m.b. 1901. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Feb. 1915; R.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; Dardanelles, July 1915, 

No. 18 Sta. Hosp.; Suez Canal; Invalided June 19 16; c.a.m.c, Base Hosp., 

M.D. 2, Capt., Sept. 1916; Discharged Aug. 1917. 
CoLBECK, William Kirk; m.b. 1903; c.a.m.c, Lieut., m.o. 2nd Dgns. and 44th Regt. 

c.a.m.c, m.o. 98th Bn., Capt., Nov. 1915; o/s. July 1916; m.o. 3rd Res. Bn.; 

S.M.O. 1st Res. Bde.; France, May 19 17, No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 5 Can. Fd. 

Amb.; No. 47 Impl ccs., July 1917; No. 5 Can. Fd. Amb., Oct. 1917; Lens, 

Ypres- Passchendaele; Wounded, Passchendaele, Nov. 6, 19 17; Discharged 

Sept. 1918. 
Cole, Edward Cooper; b.a. University Coll. 1905, m.b. 1907, Staff; c.a.m.c No. i 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Sept. 1914; France, [CI. Hosp., Capt. 

Nov. 1914, att. No. II Impl. Gen. Hosp., Dec. 1914-Mar. 1915; m.o., p.p.cl.i., 

June 1915; Major, Sept. 1915; Armentieres, Somme, Kemmel (1915-16); 

Wounded, Kemmel, Feb. 24, 1916; St. Med. Bd., London, Aug. 1916; Pres. 

St. Med. Bd., Bramshott, Sept. 1916; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp., Aug. 1917; 

Lt.-Col:, Dec. 1917; Whitby Conval. Hosp., o.c, Feb. 1919; Med. Chief, St. 

Andrew's Mil. Hosp., July 1919; o.b.e., June 1919; Mentioned, Services, Apl. 1919. 
Cole, Nathaniel; Victoria 1914-16; c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.C, No. 9 Fd. Amb., Pte., Feb. 1916; France, Apl. 1916; Ypres (1916), 

Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens, Cambrai — Mons. 
CoLEBOURN, Harry; Veterinary Coll. 1908-09, (b.v.sc 1918). 

c.A.v.c, att. 2nd Inf. Bde., Lieut., Sept. 1914; Capt., Jan. 1915; France, Feb. 

1915; att. 4th Can. Inf. Bde., Nov. 1916; Ypres, etc. (1915); Ypres, Somme 

(1916), Vimy, etc. (1917); att. Can. For. Cps., June 1918; r.a.f., Independent 

Force, v.o., July 1918; Despatches, June 1917. 
Coleman, Norman Frank; b.a. University Coll. 1900. 

U.S.A., Y.M.C.A., Educational Secty., Camp Lewis; Depth Secty., Western Div.; 

France, Feb. 19 19. 
Coleman, Norman John; Veterinary Coll. 1915-17; c.o.t.c 

c.A.v.c, Lieut., July 1918. 
Coleman, Theobald; b.a. University Coll. 1892, m.d., cm. Trinity 1893, m.b. 1893. 

c.a.m.c, Capt., May 1916; o/s. May 1916; v.a.d. Hosp., Sandgate; M.o. 95th 

Bn.; Bromley Conval. Hosp.; France, Sept. 1917, No. i Can. Gen. Hosp.; att. 

Can. For. Cps., France and Eng.; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Coles, Edward John Langdon; Victoria 1919, (b.a. 1920). 

i68th Bn., Pte., 1916; 240th Bn., Lieut.; 156th Bn., Sergt.; France, Feb. 191S, 

2nd I'll., Pte.; L-Cpl., C|)l.. Sergt., Sept. 1918; Lieut., Nov. 1918; .Arras, 

Amiens, Arras, Canal du Xord. 



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Coles, William Richard; m.d., cm. Trinitj' 1901. 

c.A.M.c, M.o. 195th Bn., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; No. 11 Can. Gen. 

Hosp.; France, May 19 17, No. 7 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 4 Can. Fd. Amb., Mar. 

1918; Arras sec, Somme (1918). 
CoLiTON, Joseph Harold; Medicine 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 2nd Div. Amm. 

Col., Dr.; C.A.M.C, No. i Gen. Hosp., Pte., Sept. 1917; Wounded in air raid 

May 19, 1918; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 
Collet, Howard Barker; b.v.sc 191 i. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut.; (Further details not available). 
Colley, Arthur Kendal; Victoria 192 i (1922). 

Y.M.C.A., att. 159th Bn., Feb. 1916; Valcartier, Aug. 1916; r.f.c. Cadet, Dec. 

1917; R..\.F., Lieut., Sept. 1918; Instr., Canada. 
Colley, James Noel Bellasyse; b.a. University Coll. 1908; 12th Regt., Lieut. 

220th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; Can. For. Depot, Apl. 1917; Can. For. Cps. 

Hdqrs., London, Aug. 1917; ii8th and 137th Coys, Adjt., Jan. 1918; France, 

June 1918, 27th Coy., Adjt. and Qr. Mr. (St. Juste, Dae); C.F.C, Sunningdale, 

Eng., Adjt. and Qr.Mr. 
Colley, Thomas Bellasyse; b.a. University Coll. 1908; loth Regt., Lieut. 

35th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, July 1916, 20th Bn.; Wounded, Cource- 

lette, Sept. 15, 1916; Div. Offr. i/c p.t. & b.f., Shorncliffe, Nov. 1916, and 

Hastings, June 1917; Cmdt., Garr. Gymn., Shorncliffe, Nov. 1917; France, 

Apl. 1918, Can. Cps. Hdqrs., i/c Gymn. Staff; Ypres, Somme (1916), Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons (19 18); m.b.e., June 19 18; Despatches, July 1919- 
Colling, Frederick James; m.b. 1901; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Mar. 1915; Capt., May 1916; France, June 1915, No. 9 Sta. 

Hosp.; No. 77 Fd. Amb., 25th Div., Nov. 1915; Invalided Apl. 1916; No. 13 

Gen. Hosp.; No. 25 Gen. Hosp.; M.o. 7th South Staffordshire Regt., nth Div., 

June 1917; No. 29 Gen. Hosp.; No. 5 Cav. Fd. Amb., 2nd Cav. Div., July 1917; 

Ploegsteert (1915-16); Somme, Bapaume, Cambrai (1916-17); Cambrai, 

Hargicourt, De Coucy (1917-18); c.a.m.c, Capt., June 19 18; s.M.o., Petawawa; 

Siberian Ex. F., No. il Can. Sta. Hosp., Sept. 1918; Major, Oct. 1918; British 

Mil. Mission to Siberia, s.M.o.; o.b.e., Siberia, gaz. Mar. 1920. 
Collins, Albert; m.b. 1908. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., Dec. 1915; o/s. Dec. 1915; France, Sept. 1917, att. No. 104 

Mhow Ind. Cav. Fd. Amb., 5th Cav. Div.; No. 7 Can. Cav. Fd. Amb., Feb. 

1918; Cambrai-St. Quentin; Injured Mar. 1918; Bearwood Conval. Hosp.; 

A.D.M.s. Office, London Area; A/Major, Dec. 1918. 
Collins, Hobert Legear; m.b. 1900. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., 1915; France, No. i Can. Gen. Hosp.; Invalided. 
Collins, Warren Arthur; Education 1915, (Medicine 1924). 

i6oth Bn., Pte., Apl. 1916; Discharged, medically unfit, Oct. 1916. 
Colville, Arthur Boucher; b.a. Trinity 1896; 40th Regt., Lieut. 

39th Bn., Lieut., May 1915; France, Sept. 1915, 20th Bn.; Ypressec; Invalided 

1916; 228th Bn., Major, June 1916; Gen. Auditor's Office, London, Jan. 1917; 

France, Mar. 1917, 6th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Major; Arras sec, Cambrai sec, 

Passchendaele, Cambrai (1917), March Retreat (1918), Amiens, Arras — 

Cambrai. 
CoLWiLL, Ernest Russell; b.a. Victoria 191 1. 

6th Siege Bty., c.G.A., Gnr., May 1918. 
CoMMiNS, Maurice Joseph; St. Michael's and Forestry 1921. 

R.A.F., Cadet, Mar. 1918. 



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CoNGDON, Edward Pierce; Victoria 1917 (1921); c.o.x.c. 

C.A.M.C., No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Cpl., Sergt., ApL 1915; Staff 

Sergt., June 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; 20th King's Royal Rifles, Sec. Lieut., 

Sept., 1917; Lieut., Mar. 1919; France, Nov. 1917; Cambrai (Nov. 1917), 

Bapaume, Hindenburg Line (Sept. 1918), Cambrai, etc. 
Conn, Harold Alfred Lorne; b..\. University Coll. 1911. 

34th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut.; R.C.D.; (Further details not available). 
Conn, Kenneth Burns; University Coll. 1919; loth Regt., Lieut. 

227th Bn., Lieut., May 1916; 234th Bn.; r.f.C; France, June 1917; R.a.f., 

Apl. 19 18; Nieuport-Ypres sec, Merville, La Bassee, Lens- Arras, Amiens, 

Somme, Argonne; D.F.C., Oct. 10, 1918. 
Conn, Leslie Albert; Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Salonica, Oct. 1915; Basingstoke, 

Sept. 1917; Cpl., Nov. 1918. 
Connell, Willis Clarence; m.b. 1916; c.o.x.c; 56th Regt., Lieut. 

c.A.M.c , No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 19 15; o/s. May 19 15; Returned to complete 

course; r.a.m.c, Lieut., July 1916; Capt., July 1917; Egypt, Sept. 1916;' 

German E. Africa, Morogoro-Dodoma (19 16-17), Portuguese E. Africa (19 18). 
Connolly, Harold James; University Coll. 1919. 

235th Bn., Lieut.; R. N. a. s.. Fit. Sub-Lieut.; Fit. Lieut.; r.a.f., Lieut. 
Connolly, William Garfield; b.a. Victoria 1905; 27th Regt., Lieut. 

149th Bn., Capt., Nov. 1915; Resigned Sept. 1916. 
Connor, Raymond Anson; Applied Science 1918; c.o.t.c. 

o/s. Jan. 1916; R.F.A., Sec. Lieut.; France, Feb. 1916; i/c T.M. Bty., 15th Div., 

R.F.A., Lieut.; 13th West Riding Regt., June 1918; A/Capt., Jan. 1919; La 

Bassee, Somme, Arras — Lille (1918); Injured Dec. 27, 1916; Despatches, Somme, 

Jan. 1917. 
CoNRON, Matthew English; b.a. Victoria 1906, m.a. 191 i. 

55th Bn., Pte., Aug. 1915; 64th Bn., Lieut.; 104th Bn.; Can. Chaplain Svce., 

att. 140th Bn., Capt., Feb. 1916; France, Oct. 1916; att. 12th Bn., Can. Ry. 

Tps., Sept. 1917; Can. Red Cross Hosp., Bexhill, June 1918. 
Constantinides, Ianthe Willard; b.a. Trinity 1898, m.a. 1902. 

Red Cross Hosp., London, England, v.a.d., July 1915; France, Nov. 1915, 

R.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Versailles; No. 11 Sta. Hosp., Rouen, Jan. 1916; 

Isolation Hosp., Etaples, Nov. 1916; No. 8 Gen. Hosp., Rouen, Oct. 1917; 

No. 5 Gen. Hosp., Rouen, Dec. 1918; Matron-in-Chief's Office, Boulogne, 

Jan. 1919; G.H.Q., June 1919; Royal Red Cross, Feb. 1918. 
Conway, Harry Roberts; d.d.s. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.d.c, Pte., Mar. 1916; Sergt., Apl. 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; att. c.f.a.; Capt., 

Feb. 1917; France, Nov. 1918, No. 4 Can. Fd. Amb. 
CoocH, Harold Austin; b.a.sc. 1910; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

2i6th Bn., Capt. and Qr.-Mr., Feb. 1916; Can. For. Cps., Tech. Offr. and 

Qr.-Mr., July 1917; C.E., Lieut., Feb. 1918; France, Aug. 1918, 7th Bn., C.E.; 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mens. 
Cook, Bykon Leslie; Education 1913; 27th Regt. 

29th Bty., c.f.a. , Gnr., June 1915; 71st Bn., Lieut.; France, June 1916, 14th 

Bn.; Ypres sec, Somme; Wounded, Somme, Sept. 8, 1916; Alberta Regtl. 

Depot, Asst. Adjt., Adjt.; r.n.a.s., p.f.o., Mar. 1917; r.a.f., 44th .Scidn., Sec. 

Lieut. 
Cook, Clarence Cecil; b.a. University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of t., Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1916; Discharged June 1916. 



234 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Cook, Felicia Hannah; b.a. Trinity 1914, m.a. 1915. 

St. John's Amb. Bde., v.a.d., July 1916; Bermondsey Hosp., Ladywell; Salonica, 
Mar. 1918, No. 49 Gen. Hosp.; No. 80 Gen. Hosp.; No. 43 Gen. Hosp.; Queen 
Alexandra's Mil. Hosp., Millbank, Apl. 1919. 
Cook, Francis Gordon; Trinity 19191 (b.a. 1920). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., May 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; Can. Res. Art., 
Sgr. \ 

Cook, George Stuart Haigh; Trinity 1916; c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1917; France, Jan. 1918, 2nd Can. Div. 
Amm. Col.; i8th Bty., Apl. 1918; i\rras S2C., Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; 
Wounded, Cambrai, Sept. 27, 1918. 
Cook, Robert Abraham Maitland; m.d., cm. Trinity 1903. 

C.A.M.C, M.O. 89th Bn., Capt., Nov. 1915; o/s. June 1916; Wounded in air 
raid, Sept. 1916; Returned Feb. 1917; Pres. Med. Bd. and d.a.d.m.s., m.d. 13, 
1917-18. 
Cook, Robert Harold Burton; Education 1917, (Applied Science 1922). 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Oct. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1917; r.f.c. Cadet, Jan. 1918; Egypt, 
Mar. 1918; R.A.F., Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1919; 111 Aug. 1918. 
Cooke, Bradford Alexander; Victoria 1914; c.o.t.c, Univ. of Sask. 

196th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; Sergt.; Lieut., Apl. 1917; r.f.c, Nov. 1917; 
France, Jan. 1918; Somme(i9i8); Wounded, Cambrai, Mar. 10, 1918; 37th 
Sqdn. (London defences), July 1918; Injured, Stow Maries, Aug. 3, 1918. 
Cooke, Brian Leroy; b.a. University Coll. 1909; Sask. Light Horse. 

151st Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; Div. Hdqrs., Shorncliffe, Jan. 1917; Can. M.G. 
Cps., May 1917; France, Nov. 1917, 7th Can. M.G. Coy.; 3rd Bn., Can. M.G. 
Cps., May 1918; Passchendaele, Lens-Vimy sec. (1918), Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, 
"Mons. 
Cooke, Henry Porter; b.a. University Coll. 1905, ll.b. 1909; 34th Regt., Capt. 

Ii6th Bn., Capt., Sept. 1915; Major; France, Feb. 1917; Vimy; Returned 
Feb. 1918. 
Cooke, Kenneth Edgar; b.a. University Coll. 191 1, m.b. 1913. 

C.A.M.C, Pte., Feb. 1915; Sergt., Lieut.; M.o. 21st Bn., Capt.; France, Sept. 
1915; St. Eloi, Sanctuary Wood, Somme; No. 9 Can. Gen. Hosp., Feb. 1917; 
Major, Mar. 1918; m.c, Somme, Nov. 1916. 
Cooley, Robert Francis Borland; b.a. Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1917; o/s. Nov. 1917; Transf., Admiralty, 
Dept. of Torpedoes and Mines, Dec. 1917; Admiralty, Bd. of Invention and 
Research. 
Coombs, James Andrew; b.a.sc 1913. 

R.F.C, Cadet; ist Bn., ist c.o.r., Pte., Oct. 1918; Siberia, Dec. 1918; Sergt. 
Coon, Harold Franklin; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., June 1916; France, Dec. 1916, ist Can. Div. 
Ammun. Col.; 2nd Hwr. Bty., Sept. 1917; ist Can. Div. Ammun. Col., Nov. 
1918; 1st Bty., Dec. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Ypres (1917), Arras. sec, Amiens, 
Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; Wounded, Epinay, Oct. i, 1918. 
CooNE, Francis Herbert; m.b. 1905. 

C.A.M.C, m.d. 4, Capt., Nov. 1917; m.o. ist Depot Bn., ist Que. Regt., Feb. 1918; 
m.o., c.e. Depot, St. John's, Que., May 191 8; Mil. Hosp., Ste. Anne de Bellevue, 
Que., Feb. 1919. 
Cooper, Albert Fitzgerald; d.d.s. 1920; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; Injured; c.a.d.c, Sergt., Feb. 1917; o/s. 
Apl. 1917; 3rd C.C.D., Hastings, Seaford. 



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Cooper, Ernest Herbert; b.a. University Coll. 1900; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

198th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1916; France, Nov. 1918; A/Capt., Dec. 1918. 
Cooper, George; m.b. 1906. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Oct. 1915; R.A.M.c, Lieut., Nov. 1915; Capt., Oct. 1916; 

France, Dec. 1915; Somme; Svce. 1915-19. 
Cooper, John Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1892, ll.b. 1893; 2nd Regt., Capt. 

114th Bn., Capt., Dec. 1915; 198th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, Feb. 1916; [and r.o. 

Staff, Khaki University, Witley; France, Apl. 1918, 19th Bn., Major; 4th Bde., 

Tpt.Offr.; 4th Can. Inf. Bde., Education OfTr., Dec. 1918; Arras sec, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Long Service Medal, Oct. 1917. 
CoPELAND, Arthur Harold M.; University Coll. 1912; c.a.s.c. No. ii Coy. 

C.A.s.c, Motor Tpt., Lieut., Mar. 1915; France, Mar. 1916, 9th Bde., Tpt. 

Offr.; R.F.C.; R.A.F., Capt., May 1918; Ypres, Lille-Arras sec; Wounded 

and Prisoner, Douai, Oct. 10, 1916. 
Copp, Joseph Clarence; m.b. 1918. 

c.A.M.c, M.o. R.A.F., Armour Heights, Lieut., Apl. 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; Capt., 

Apl. 1919. 
CoRBETT, Ernest Russell; Veterinary Coll. 1913-15; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.v.c, No. 2 Sec, Pte., Mar. 1915; Cpl., Sergt.; Discharged to complete 

course Sept. 1915; C.A.v.c, Pte., Cpl., Sergt.; r.a.v.c, Lieut., July 1916; 

France, Sept. 1916, i6oth Bde., r.f.a., v.o.; Capt., July 1917; No. i3BaseVet3\ 

Hosp., Apl. 1919; Armcntieres (1916-17), Arras, Ypres sec. (1917); Armentieres, 

Chateau Thierry (1918); Gassed Dec. 24, 1917. 
Corbould, Charles Edward Bernard; Applied Science 1914, (b.a.sc. 1917); 104th, 

47th Bn., Lieut., June 1915; i8th Bn.; France, Apl. 1916; Capt., [Regt. 

Apl. 1917; r.f.c, 4th Sqdn., Capt., Jan. 1917; R.A.F., 1918; Ypres, St. Eloi, 

Somme, Messines, Passchendaele; Egypt, Dec. 1917; Wounded, Ypres, July i, 

1916; Mentioned, R.F.C, Aug. 1917. 
Corcoran, Duncan; Victoria 191 1, m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, Capt.; France; M.o. 27th Bn., 1918; (Further details not available). 
Cornell, Beaumont Sandfield; Victoria 1914, m.b. 1916. 

c.A.M.c, Mob. Labty., m.d. 2, Lieut., 1916; Capt.; o/s.; No. 11 Can. Gen. Hosp., 

R.A.M.c; France, Feb. 1918; Wounded and gassed Apl. 1918; Invalided Sept. 

1918. 
CoRRiGAN, Charles Arthur; d.d.s. 1904; c.a.s.c. No. 12 Coy., Lieut. 

c.a.s.c, 1st Div. Train, Lieut., Aug. 1914; Capt.; France, Feb. 1915; 1st Can. 

Div., Major and s.s.o., Jan. 1916; d.a.q.m.g., ist Can. Div., May 1917; 

D.A.Q.M.G., 5th Can. Div.; ist Can. Div. Train, Lt.-Col., o.c. Mar. 1918; 

Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Lens-Arras 

sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai-Mons; Wounded, Vimy, June 3, 1917; d.s.o., Jan. 

1917; French Croix de Guerre, Jan. 19 19; Despatches Jan. 1917. 
CoRRiGAN, Samuel Harvey; m.d., cm. Trinity 1896. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., June 1915; (Further details not available). 
Cory, Andrew; b.s.a. 1915. 

C.F.A., Lieut., Instr.; 29lh Bty., c.f.a., Capt.; 44 h Bty., Ma'or, o.c. 
Cory, Robert Young; b.a.sc 1909; 48th Regt., Brevt. Major. 

15th P;n., Capt., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Major; Prisoner, Ypres, .•N.pl. 

24, 1915; Transferred to Holland, Mar. 1918. 
Cory, Thomas Lewis; b.a. University Coll. 1914. 

R.N.V.R., Motor Boat patrol, Sub-Lieut., June 1916; Lieut., June 19 17; ii.m.ml. 
191, 250, 141; English Channel, North Sea, Mediterranean; Invalided Oct. 
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Coryell, Warrex Randall; Applied Science 191 1. 

R.N.C.V.R., Mate, Apl. 1917; a.p.s. 'Cartier', Aug. 1917; Watcii-Keeping Offr., 

Sept. 1917; Atlantic patrol; Invalided Apl. 1918. 
CosBiE, Waring Gerald; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., May 1915; m.o. 58th Bn., Capt., June 1915; Major, Mar. 1918; 

France, Feb. 1916; No. 8 Can. Fd. Amb., Oct. 1916 m.o. 5th c.m.r., Dec. 

1916; No. 8 Can. Fd. Amb., Feb. 1917; Ypres, Vimy, Lens, Hill 70, Passchen- 

daele, Vimy (1918), Arras, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai-Mons; Wounded, Sanctuary 

Wood, May 31, 1916; M.C., Vimy, Apl. 9, 1917. 
CosENs, HoR.^CE Porte; phm.b. 19 12. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
CosGROVE, J. E.; Education 1915-16. 

C.A.M.C, Pte., May 1918. 
CosGROVE, KiNGsLEY White; Medicine 1921 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of t., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1917; France, Apl. 1918, 5th Can. Div. 

Amm. Col.; 58th Hwr. Bty., Sgr.; Arras sec; Returned to complete course 

Oc . 1918. 
CossiTT, Edwin Comstock; University Coll. 1919 (1919-20); 8th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut. 

C.F.A., Lieut., Apl. 1916; France, Sept. 1916, 27th Bty., c.f.a.; Ill, Apl. 1917; 

A/Capt., Dec. 1918; Somme, Vimy, Fresnoy, Bailleul sec. (1918), Amiens, 

Drocourt-Queant, Cambrai — Mons. 
Costain, William Alfred; m.b. 1911. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Aug. 1915; France, Nov. 1915; La Bassee, Somme; c..\.m.c., 

Capt., Aug. 1916, att. d.g.m.s. Office, London. 
CosTE, Eugene Frank; Applied Science 1914; c.a.s.c. No. 14 Coy., Lieut. 

C.A.s.c, Lieut., Oct. 1914; Capt., Jan. 1916; France, Dec. 1917, 2nd Div. 

Train, No. I Coy., Supply Offr.; 5th Div. Train, Det. 5th Div. Art., Supply 

Offr., Feb. 1918; Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
Cotton, Walter W.; Victoria 1912-14. 

c.A.M.c, Pte., June 1915; u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy.; 20th Lancashire Fusiliers, Sec. 

Lieut., Oct. 1916; France, Dec. 1916; Capt.; Somme, Cambrai, Passchendaele, 

Amiens; Wounded Oct. 1917, and Apl. 5, 1918; D.s.o., Dec. 1917. 
Colghlin, Leo; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., 1917. 
Coulson, Charles Lake; Applied Science 1903, Diploma; 44th Regt., Lieut. 

98th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Oct. 1916, 19th Bn.; Lens-Vimy; 2nd 

Can. Div. School, Instr., May 1917; Can. Cps. Reinf. Camp, Instr., May 1918. 
Coltlson, Earl Glen; m.b. 1918. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Lieut., May 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

Capt., May 1919. 
Coulter, Howard Stanley; b.a. Trinity 1905, m.a. 1906. 

R.F.c, Cadet, Jan. 1918; o/s. July 1918; r.a.f.. Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1919. 
Col-lter, Stanley Lytton; Applied Science 1919 (1922); c.o.t.c 

67th, u.ofT.,Bty.,c!F.A., Gnr., Nov. 1916; France, May 1917,4th Bty., c.f.a. ;Bdr., 

Sept. 1918; Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens, Drocourt-Queant, Cambrai. 
Coulter, William George Granville; m.b. 1908. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, Apl. 1916, No. 61 Fd. Amb., 20th Div.; 

M.o. Munition Camp, Audricque, May 1916; No. 14 Fd. Amb., 5th Div., Aug. 

1916; M.o. I /6th Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; M.o. 2/4th R. Berkshire Regt., 

Oct. 1916; Ypres, Somme, Neuve Chapellc, La Bassee, Somme; c.a.m.c, Capt., 

Jan. 1917; West Cliff Hosp., Feb. 1917; No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosp., Apl. 1917; 

i/c Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, London, Nov. 1918. 



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COULTHARD, HOWARD HeNRY GoRDON; M.B. I905. 

R.A.M.C., Lieut., Capt.; R. Chelsea Hosp., London. 
CouLTHARD, Robert Wilson; b.a.sc. 1900; c.e., Lieut. 

2nd Tnlg. Coy., C.E., Major, o.c, Nov. 1915; France, Mar. 1916; Sanctuary 

Wood, Armagh Wood; Wounded; C.E. Depot, Chief Instr., Aug. 1916; British 

Ministry of Munitions; Aeroplane Supplies Dept., Distr. Production OfTr. 
Countryman, Jacob Grant; d.d.s. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

u. of t. OS. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; c.a.d.c, Aug. 1918. 
Coursier, Heber Leon; d.d.s. 1917. 

c.a.d.c, m.d. II, Sergt., Oct. 1916; m.d. 13, Lieut., Mar. 1917; Capt. 
Courtenay, Harold Dickson; b.a. University Coll. 1912, m.b 1915; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.c, Capt., July 1915; o/s. Aug. 1915; M.o. 2nd Can. Div. Res. Park; No. 

II Can. Gen. Hosp.; West Cliff Can. Hosp.; Rockhead Mil. Hosp., Halifax; 

Camp Hill Hosp.; R. Can. Naval Air Service. 
Courtenay, John Dickson; m.b. 1885; r.o. Surg. -Major. 

C.A.M.c, Lt.-Col., May 1915; France, June 1915, Divl. Hdqrs.; Can. Eye and 

Ear Hosp., West Cliff, o.c; Col., Dec. 1916; Bd. Med. Consultants, Canada, 

July 1917; Mentioned, Services, 1916. 
Courtice, Andrew Roy; b.a. Victoria 1915; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1917; L-Cpl., Sergt.; 1st Can. Tank. Bn., 

Lieut., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918; Staff, Khaki Univ. 
Courtice, John Thomas; m.d., cm. Trinity 1906. 

C.A.M.c, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte., Mar. 1915; L-Cpl.; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; 

Capt., 1916; Dardanelles, Egypt, 1915-18; C.A.M.C, Capt., 1919. 
Courtnage, Ross Allen; Victoria 1915, Forestry 1917, (b.sc.f. 1918); g.g.b.g., Pte. 

4th C.M.R., Pte., Nov. 1914; R.N.A.S., Sub-Lieut., May 1915; Injured May 1916; 

Discharged 19 16. 
CouRViLLE, Clifford Arthur; d.d.s. 1920. 

C.A.D.C, Sergt., 1917. 
Cousins, Fr.\nk Clifford; University Coll. 1915. 

Can. Cyclist Cps., Pte., Mar. 1917; France, 2nd Motor Mach. Gun Bde.; 

Wounded, "Arras, Aug. 191 8. 
CouTTS, Edgar Nesbit; m.b. 1900. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., June 1915; Capt., June 1916; Lemnos, July 1915, No. 15 Sta. 
Hosp.; Egypt; Invalided Apl. 1916; Discharged Oct. 1917. 
Coutts, Eldon Douglas; b.a. University Coll. 1912, m.b. 1915. 

C.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Capt., Oct. 1918; o/s. Dec. 1918. 
Coutts, Roy; m.b. 1914. 

C.A.M.c, M.D. I, Capt., Mar. 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; France, Apl. 1917, No. 4 

Can. Fd. Amb.; Vimy, Lens; Invalided July 1917. 
Coutts, William; b.a. Victoria 19 13, Knox. 

43rd Ihvr. Bty.,c.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1916; Bdr.; France, July 1916; Cpl., July 1916; 

Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Invalided Apl. 1917; y.m.c.a., Witley, Lieut., Feb. 1918. 
Coventry, Alan Freeth; b.a. (O.xon.); Staff; 2nd Regt., Lieut., att. c.o.t.c; Cps. 

35th Bn., Sig. Offr., Mar. 1915; Hdqrs. Staff, M.D. 2, Asst. [of Guides, Lieut. 

Div. Inteil. Offr., Aug. 1915; Div. Intell. Olfr., Mar. 1916; Capt., Aug. 1916; 

1st Can. Tank Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Coveyduc, George; d.d.s. 19 14. 

c.a.d.c, Capt., Feb. 1918; att. r.a.f., Canada. 
Cowan, Arthur Justin; b.a. University Coll. 1915; c.o.t.c 

26lh Bty., CF.A., Dr., Mar. 1915; I'xir., ('iil., Sergt.; France, Jan. 1916; c.f.a., 

Lieut., Aug. 1916; 27th Bty., c.f.a., Nov. 1916; Hdqrs., 2nd Can. Div. Art., 



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Reconnasisance Offr., Oct. 1918; Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, 

Lens- Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, Passchendaele, Oct. 20, 

1917. 
Cowan, Richard Davidson; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. I, Capt., Sept. 1916; M.D. 6; o/s. Mar. 1917; Can. Conval. Hosp., 

Bearwood, May 1917; France, Aug. 1918, No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 11 Can. 

Fd. Amb., Sept. 1918; M.o. 78th Bn., Oct. 1918; Cambrai — Mons. 
Coyne, George Alexander; b.a. Victoria 1913, Education 1916. 

1st c.o.R.,Pte., Jan. 1918; o/s. Mar. 1918; Can. Cyclist Cps.; Invalided Apl. 191S. 
Coyne, Gordon Bowes; b.a. University Coll. 1911. 

c.A.s.c, Permt. School, Valcartier, Lieut., Instr.; c.a.s.c. No. 2 Tr. Depot, 

Adjt.; o.c.-; ist Can. Tank Bn., May 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Coyne, Henry Everyll Bowes; b.a. University Coll. 1909. 

86th Bn., Lieut., July 1915; Can. M.G. Cps.; France, Oct. 1916, No. 7 Can. m.g. 

Coy.; 3rd Bn., Can. m.g. Cps., Capt., Feb. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
Cox, Michael Armacost; University Coll. 1915, m.b. 1918. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. I, Lieut., May 1918; o/s. June 1918; Invalided Sept. 1918. 
Cragg, Cecil Claude; m.d., cm. Trinity 1903. 

R..\.M.C., Lieut., 19 15; Capt.; (Further details not available). 
Craig, Benjamin Alexander Cameron; b.a. University Coll. 1894, ll.b. 1896; 

20th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1914; 3rd Can. Pion. Bn.; (Further details [23rd Regt. 

not available). 
Craig, Edward; Trinity 1915, m.d., cm. (McGill). 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Feb. 1917; o/s. Apl. 1917; Capt., Feb. 1918; France, Sept. 1918. 
Craig, Harold William; Veterinary Coll. 1911-13. 

Enl., Pte., Aug. 1914; 32nd Bn., Dec. 1914; France, 5th Bn.; c.f.a., Lieut.; 

Fort Garry Horse, Capt., 1918; (Further details not available). 
Craig, James Henry; b.a.sc 1912; 12th Regt., Lieut. 

127th Bn., Capt., Adjt., Nov. 1915; 2nd Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Nov. 1916; France, 

Jan. 1917; Major, Jan. 1919; Somme (1917), Bapaume, Nieuport, Bergues, 

Passchendaele, March Retreat 19 18, Villers-Bretonneux, Calais, Miraumont, 

Le Cateau. 
Craigie, D.wid Edgar; Applied Science 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Jan. 1916; France, Sept. 1916, Can. Cps. Signals, 'CB.' 

Cable sec; Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Farbus, May 23, 1917. 
Cr.\ne, George Arthur; Applied Science 1905. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Crashley, John Willard; b.a.sc 1915; 9th Horse, Lieut. 

2i6th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; 5th Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., June 1917; France, 

July 1917; Capt.; r.a.f., July 1918; 9th Horse, Capt., Adjt., Mar. 1919; 

Arras-Cambrai sec, Ypres (1917), Cambrai (1917), Bethune, La Bassee (1918). 
Crassweller, Henry; m.b. 1908. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., May 1915; Capt., 1916; No. 68 Fd. Amb.; France, Sept. 19 15; 
-Balkans; Mil. Hosp., Colchester, Eng.; France, No. 33 Fd. Amb., 1917; m.o. 

nth R. Sussex Regt., Jan. 1918; Prisoner, Le Cateau, Mar. 23, 1918; Repatri- 
ated Nov. 1918. 
CriVWford, Arthur Wesley; b.a.sc 1914. 

CE., Signals, Spr., Nov. 1914; L-Cpl., Cpl.; France, Sept. 1915, 6th Inf. Bde. 

Hdqrs.; Lieut., June 1917; Ypres sec, St. Eloi, Ypres, Somme, Vimy, etc.; 

Wounded, Ypres, June 1916; Invalided June 1917; Discharged Mar. 1918; 

Mil. Medal, June 1916; Bar to m.m., Somme, Sept. 1916. 



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Cr.\wford, Clayton Scott; University Coll. 1912. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Aug. 1918. 
Crawford, HoR.\CE Creasor; b. a. University Coll. 191 i; iioth Regt., Lie'ut. 

looth Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, Nov. 1916, 44th Bn.; Vimy; Invalided 

from concussion; o.m.f.c. Hdqrs., London, July 19 17; 2nd c.c.D. 
Crawford, James Sinclair; Medicine 1916, (m.b. 1917); No. 13 Cav. Fd. Amb. 

C.A.M.c, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Ypres, Festubert, 

Givenchy; Returned to complete course Jan. 1916; Discharged 1916. 
Crawford, Malcolm McLachlan; m.b. 1898, Staff. 

C.A.M.c, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1916; Major, Apl. 

1917; D.G.M.s. Staff, Militia Hdqrs., Apl. 1918. 
Crawford, Samuel Hume; b.a. University Coll. 1915, Medicine 1920; 48th Regt., 

134th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, May 1918, 42nd Bn.; Arras sec, [Lieut. 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Creamer, Philip Specht; Forestry 1918. 

Can. Cyclist Cps., Sergt. -Major, Dec. 1914; (Further details not available). 
Creelman, James Mills; b.s.a. 1915. 

64th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Nov. 1916; Sergt., Apl. 1917; France, Sept. 1917, 30th 

Bty., Gnr.; Passchendaele, Lens; Agricultural detail, A/Sergt., Feb. 1918; 

Diplome d'Honneur. 
Creelman, John Jennings; b.a. University Coll. 1904, b.c.l. (McGill); 6th Bde., 

2nd Bde., c.f.a., Lt.-Col., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; [c.f.a., Lt.-Col., o.c. 

Neuve Chapelle, Ypres, Sanctuary Wood, Somme; Wounded, Ypres, Apl. 29, 

1915; Discharged Sept. 1917; Russian Order of St. Stanislaus, 3rd Class, with 

Swords, Sept. 1916; Despatches; June 1915 and Jan. 1917. 
Crehan, William Henry; Medicine 1919 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

c.o.T.C. draft, o/s. Mar. 1916; 32nd Res. Bn., R.F.A., Cadet, Aug. 1916; Sec. 

Lieut.; France, Mar. 1917, att. Y/23 m.t.m. Bty., 103rd Bde., 23rd Div. ; Lieut. 

and o.c. May 1917; 'c' Bty., 103rd Bde., R.F.A., Sept. 1917; Ypres, Messines, 

Hill 60, Gheluvelt, Passchendaele; Wounded and gassed, Passchendaele, Oct. 

21, 1917; Discharged Jan. 1918. 
Creighton, Charles Dickens; b.a. University Coll. 1897. 

69th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut.; Discharged Apl. 1917. 
Creighton, Edith; b.a. University Coll. 1900; Adm. Staff. 

Masseuse, Instr., Hart House, 1917; St. Chad's Mil. Hosp., Regina, Mar. 1918. 
Creighton, Jack Harvie; Victoria 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

134th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, Sept. 1916, 15th Bn.; Lens, Ypres; 

Wounded July 20, 1917, and Passchendaele, Nov. 9, 1917; att. ist Depot Bn., 

1st. c.o.r.. May 1918; 2nd Can. Tank Bn., Sept. 1918. 
Creighton, Thomas Kelso; b.a. University College 19 16; c.o.t.c 

75th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; France, Aug. 1916; Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, 

Vimy, Mar. i, 1917; Invalided Sept. 1917; 2nd Depot Bn., 2nd CO. K.; Capt., 

May 1918; Discharged Oct. 1918. 
Crews, Thomas Harold; m.b. 1915. 

C.A.M.c, No. 2 CCS., Pte., F"cb. 1915; A/Sergt.; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; 

Capt., May 1916; r.a.m.c t. d., Aldershot, May 1915; France, Sept. 1915, 

m.o. i/ist Monmouthshire Regt., 46th Div.; Loos, Neuve Chapelle; Egypt; 

France, No. 37 ccs., Avesnes, July 1916; No. 6 Sta. Hosp., Prevent; Amb. 

Trains; att. 57thand 32nd Divs., July 1917; Ypres, Armcnticrcs, Arras, Albert; 

a.d.m.s. Office, M.D. 2, July 1918. 
Crighton, Frank Alfred; Victoria 1914-15 (1919-20); c.a.m.c. No. 10 Fd. .Amb. 

'".A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb. l)c]>f)t, Pte., .Aug. 1915; o/s. Feb. 1916; France, 



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June 1916; att. 1st Bn., Aug. 1916; Cpl., Feb. 1917; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele; Lieut., Aug. 1918; France, Oct. 1918, ist Bn. 
Crocker, Kenneth John; Victoria 1916, (b.a. 1918); c.o.t.c. 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, 

Hill 70; Wounded, June 1917; Discharged Nov. 1917. 
Crockett, John Row-land; d.d.s. 19 16; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.D.c, M.D. 2, Lieut., 1916. 
Croden, James Eric; Applied Science 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Mar. 1917; r.f.c. Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1917; France, 

Dec. 1917; R.A.F., Lieut.; Capt. and Fit. Cmdr., Aug. 1918; Ypres, Armentieres 

(Mar. 1918), Amiens- Avesnes; Wounded, Houthulst, Feb. 1918; d.f.c, Sept. 

1918. 
Croll, Hubert Alexander; d.d.s. 1896; 12th Dragoons, Major and Adjt. 

loth C.M.R., Major, Feb. 1915; 2nd i/c; o/s. Apl. 1916; Can. Cav. Res. Regt., 

Adjt.; Can. Cav. Tr. Bde., Major and Staff Capt.; c.a.d.c, a/a. d.d.s., Nov. 

1917; Mentioned, Services, Feb. 1917. 
Cromarty, Robert Parker; b.a. University Coll. 1914, (m.b. 1918), m.sc. (McGill)). 

c.A.M.c, 2nd Div. San. sec, Pte., May 1915; France, Sept. 1915; Sergt., Oct. 

1915; Ypres sec; Returned to complete course Apl. 1916; c.a.m.c, m.d. 2, 

Lieut., May 1918. 
Crompton, Charles Roderick Blackburn; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, No. 4Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Sergt., Apl. 1915; Staff Sergt., May 

1915; Capt., Oct. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; Invalided Oct. 1916; Base Hosp., 

M.D. 2, Feb. 1917; Tpt. duty, China, Aug. 1917; Invalided, China, Oct. 1917; 

M.o. 2nd C.O.R., Jan. 1918; T. D., m.d. 2, Feb. 1918; Whitby Hosp., May 1919. 
Cronyn, William Hume; b.a. University Coll. 1895, m.b. 1901. 

C.A.M.c, M.o. nth Bde., c.f.a., Capt.; France, 1916; att. R.F.C, 1917. 
Crossen, Ernest Percy; Victoria 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c 

R.F.C, Sec. Lieut., Mar. 1917; France, Mar. 1918; r.a.f., Lieut.; Amiens sec. 

(March Retreat), Hamel, Somme (Aug. -Oct. 1918). 
Crouch, Stanley Stuart; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c 

c.a.d.c, Pte., Mar. 1917; Sergt.; o/s. Apl. 1917; Returned to complete course 

Dec. 1917. 
Crowell, Clement William; Applied Science 1919; c.o.t.c 

32nd Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut.; France, Mar. 1917, 'c' Bty., 

149th Bde., R.F.A. ; Lieut., June 1918; Arras (1917), Messines, Ypres, Passchen- 
daele; Gassed, Messines, June 1917; Wounded, Passchendaele, Dec. 4, 1917. 
Crowley, Lawrence Joseph; Medicine 1921 (1922); c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.c, T. D., M.D. 2, Ptc, Apl. 1917 ; France, Jan. 1918, No. 2 Can. Fd . Amb. ; 

Lens- Arras sec; Returned to complete course Oct. 19 18. 
Cruiksilvnk, Hamilton Chalmers; Medicine 1917, (m.b. 1919); c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.c, No. 2 Depot, Pte., Dec. 1914; No. 2 Can. ccs., Feb. 1915; Staff Sergt.; 

France, Aug. 1915; Returned to complete course Oct. 1916; c.a.m.c, Lieut., 

Feb. 1917; Div. Labty., m.d. 2, Apl. 1917. 
Cruikshank, William Douglas; b.a. University Coll. 1907, m.d. cm. (McGill); 2nd 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Jan. 1916; France, May 1916, m.o. 27th Bn.; [Regt. 

No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp.; m.o., p.p.cl.i.; Somme, Vimy, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Mons. 
Cruise, William Wilson; m.b. 1910. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Aug. 1914; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Nov. 1915; Capt., 1916; France, 

Feb. 1916; m.o. No. 38 Midland Fd. Amb.; m.o. 4th Gloucestershire Regt., 48th 

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Cruse, George Albert; Victoria 19 18; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1916; ist Essex Regt., Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1917; 

Lieut., July 1918; France, Feb. 1917, att. 2/9th Manchester Regt.; 3rd Esse.x 

Regt.; 1st Essex Regt., Nov. 1917; 38th Bn., ImpL m.g. Cps., 38th Welsh 

Div., May 1918; La Bassee, Passchendaele, Menin Road, Ancre — Maubeuge 

(1918); Wounded, La Bassee, ]\Iay 14, 1917. 
Cryderm.\x, Wilbur James; Medicine 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c, Sergt. 

c.v.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Cpl., Mar. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; Sergt., Apl. 

1916; Invalided Aug. 1916; r.n.v.r., Surg. Probr.; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 

'Camelon'; h.m s. 'Wisteria'; Mediterranean; Invalided May 1918. 
Crysdale, Cecil Rainsford; Applied Science 1906. 

Can. Pion. Reinf., Lieut., Apl. 1916; France, Aug. 1916, 48th Pn. (3rd Pion. 

Bn.); 29th Bn., Apl. 1917; 2nd Can. Tramway Co., C.E., Capt., o.c, Nov. 19x7- 

Major, Mar. 1918; .Somme, Viniy, Lens, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai 

— Mons; M.C., Thelus, Apl. 10, 1917. 
Crysler, Roy Allan; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

47th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Feb. 1916; Hdqrs., i6th Bde., c.f.a.; Hdqrs., 13th Bde., 

C.F.A., Feb. 1917; C.E., 5th Div. Sig. Coy., att. 13th Bde., c.f.a., Sgr., Aug. 1917; 

France, Aug. 19 17; Lens-Arras; r.a.f., July 1918; A/Sergt., Sept. 1918; Lieut., 

Feb. 1919. 
Culham, Gordon Joseph; b.s.a. 1913. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., 19 16; o/s. 1917; (Further details not available). 
Culham, John; University Coll. 1910, Victoria 1917, (b.a. University Coll. 1920). 

c.iV.s.c, Pte., July 1915; ist Can. Cav. Bde . Amm. Park, Nov. 1915; France, 

Jan. 1916; 1st Can. Cav. Bde. Supp y Col., Feb. 1917; 5th Can. Div. Art., 

M. T. Supply, July 1918; 2nd Can. Div. m. t. Coy., Oct. 1918; Somme 

(1916-17), Amiens, Arras, etc., (1918 ) 
Cullen, Ernest Keys; m.b. 1903. 

U.S. Med. Offr. Res. Cps., i-t Lieut., 1917 No. 17 Base Hosp. Unit; Capt. 
CuLLis, Wilfred Llewellyn; b.a. Victoria 1916. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Cumberland, Thomas Daily; m.b. 1913 

c.a.m.c. No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Mar. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; Capt., May 

1916; France, July 1915, No. 53 Fd. Amb.; m.o. 9th Duke of Wellington's Regt.; 

M.o. loth Sherwood Foresters; Somme, Arras; Salonica, July 1917, No. 28 Gen. 

Hosp.; No. 67 Fd. Amb., 22nd Div., Feb. 1918; M.o. 9th King's Own R. 

Lancaster Regt., Mar. 1918; Doiran, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey; o.b.e., 

June 3,1919; Despatches June 1919. 
CUMMIFORD, Lytle Milton; Trinity 1920; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte. Sept. 1917; att. Polish Force, Niagara, Sergt., Instr., 

Dec. 1917; 1st Can. Tank Bn., Pte., Ap . 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
CuMMiNG, Robert Bremmkr; Victoria 1917, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c 

182nd Bn., Pte., Fel). 1916; Cpl., Sergt.; o/s. Apl. 1917; y.m.c.a., London. 
CuNLiFFE, Gordon Fletcher; phm.b. 1916. 

c.a.m.c, m.d. 13, Pte., Jan. 1917; o/s. May 1917; No. 12 Can. Gen. Hosp., Aug. 

191 7; France, Dec. 191 7, No. 9 Can. Sta. Hcsp. 
Cunningham, C. G.; Veterinary Coil. 1912-14. 

r.a.v.C, Lieut; (Further details not available). 
Cunningham, John Grant; b.a. University Coll. i9I2,m.b. 1915, (d.p.h. 1920); c.o.t.c 

c.a.m.c , No. 2 I'd. Amb., Capt., Oct. 1915; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Nov. 191.S; France, 

Feb. 1916, No. 4 Gen. Hosp.; No 6 Conval. Hosp.; No. 1/2 Highland Fd. Amb., 
— 19 



:;4-^ UXn'ERSITY OP^ TORONTO 

51st Div.; No. 44 Fcl. Amb., 14th Div.; M.o. 7th King's R. Rifles; Vimy sec, 

Somme; Returned Dec. 1916; m.d. 2, att. M.H.C. and i.s.c. 
Cunningham, John Robert; b.v.sc. 1915. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1915; Capt., 1916; Major, 1918; France, May 1915; 
Mesopotamia, Jan. 1916; East Persia, Afghan War, Jan. 1919; d.a.d.v.s., l. of 

c, Persia. 
Cunningham, Leslie Gordon; Applied Science 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

R.F.c, Cadet, Feb. 1917; Sec. Lieut., July 1917; Injured, England, Sept. 1917; 

France, R.A.F., July 1918, 29th Sqdn.; Bethune — Dixmude sec, Courtrai. 
CuRRAX, Ernest Temple; m.d., cm. Trinity 1903. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., May 1916; Red Cross Hosp., Buxton; No. 10 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

France, Nov. 1917, No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp. ; No. 1 1 Can. Fd. Amb., Feb. 1918 ; m.o. 

50th Bn., Mar. 1918; Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; 

Wounded, Valenciennes, Nov. i, 19 18. 
Curr.\n, Walter Hilton; University Coll. 1909. 

Lieut., Mar. 1915; Can. Mil. School, Shorncliffe; France, Sept. 1915, i8th Bn.; 

a/a.d.c. to G.o.c, Impl. Command, Shorncliffe, 1916; Gen. Carson's Personal 

Staff; O.M.F.C. Ministry, 1917; Ploegsteert, Somme, Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele. 
Currey, Douglas Verral; m.b. 1909; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Mar. 1916; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Francs, Mar. 1917, No. 2 

Can. Gen. Hosp.; No. 3 Can. Fd. Amb.; m.o. ist Div. C.E.; Vimy; a.d.m.s., 

Sub-Staff, London; s.m.o., c.a.p.C, London. 
CuRRiE, John Elgin; Education 1910, University Coll. 1918 (1922); c.o.t.c 

R.C.H.A., Gnr., May 1916; Sergt.; c.f.a.; C.g.a. ; France, Apl. 1917, 2nd Can. 

Hvy. Bty., Gnr.; Vimy, Ypres, Vimy sec. (1918), Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, 

Canal du Nord, Sept. 27, 1918. 
Curry, Frederic Crawford; phm.b. 1913; 41st Regt., Lieut. 

2nd Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Apl. 1915; Capt., Oct. 1915; att. ist Fd. 

Coy., C.E., Bde. Wiring Offr., June-July 1916; Festubert, Givenchy, Ploegsteert- 

Messines, Ypres (1916); Wounded, Ypres, July 1916; 6th Res. Bn., Apl. 1917; 

i/c Bde. School, Topography and Reconnaissance, Seaford, 1918. 
Curry, Percy William Mark; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., June 1916; Capt., June 1917; Mesopotamia, Aug. 1916; 

Indian Gen. Hosp., Basra; 15th Indian Div., Apl. 1917-Mar. 1919. 
Curtis, Irene Hyland (Mrs.); b.a. Victoria 1909. 

R.A.M.c, No. 22 Gen. Hosp., Staff Nurse, May 1916; France, June 1916-June 
.1918. 
Curtis, James Davis; m.b. 1894; 25th Regt., Major. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Oct. 1915; Capt., 1916; m.o. nth R. Sussex Regt.; M.o. S. 

African Res. Bn;. Bramshott Mil. Hosp.; Cambridge Mil. Hosp.; Returned 

May 1916. 

Curtis, William Thomas; b.a.sc 1913. 

2nd Can. Pion. Bn., Sergt., Oct. 1915; Lieut.; France, 1916; 6th Bn., C.E., May 

1918; (Further details not available). 
CUR20N, John Howard; Applied Science 1911, Diploma; 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e., Cpl. 

C.E., 3rd Tnlg. Coy., Lieut., June 1916; France, July 1916; Hill 60, Ploegsteert- 

Messines; Invalided and discharged May 1917. 
Cuthbertson, William; b.a.sc 1914; c.e. 

c.o.t.c. draft, o/s. June 1916; 32nd Bn.; r.e.. Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1916; France, 

Dec. 1916; Capt., Mar. 1918; Peronne, Albert, Bapaume, Arras, Lens, Nieppe, 

Cambrai, Bullecourt, Mons; Gassed, Nieppe Forest, June 1918. 



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Cutting, Alden Blair; b.s.a. 1904. 

250th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1917; A/Sergt.; 249th Bn., Prov. Sergt., Oct. 1917; France, 
May 1918, 15th Bn.; Sergt.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; Cadet, 
Nov. 1918; Khaki Univ., Witley, Instr. 

DaCosta, William Raymond Campbell; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.T.c; 4th Bty., c.f.a., 

R.F.c, Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1915; Flying Offr., Mar. 1916; France, [Lieut. 

May 1916, 22nd Sqdn.; Somme; No. 10 R.s., Instr.; Capt. and Fit. Comdr., 

Mar. 1917; No. 88 R.s., o.c, Apl. 1917; No. 86 c.t.s., Canada, o.c. May 1917; 

R.A.F., Apl. 1918; Mobn. Sqdn. England, o.c, June 1918; Admin., A/Major, 

Oct. 1918; Mentioned, Services, Sept. 1919. 
Dafoe, Earl Ross; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc. 1920); c.o.T.c. 

25th Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Mar. 1915; 23rd Hwr. Bty.; France, Jan. 1916; Bdr.; 

Ypres (1916), Somme; Invalided Sept. 1916; Discharged Jan. 1918. 
Dafoe, William Allan; Medicine 1918, (m.b. 1920); c.o.T.c 

c.a.m.c. No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Sergt.; Salonica, Nov. 1915; 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., 1917; h.m.s. 'Ambuscade', July 1917; Returned to 

complete course Nov. 1917. 
Dagger, F. Gordon; Medicine 1916. 

yth Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., L-Cpl.; Cpl.; Med. Sergt.; France, Feb. 1917. 
Dale, Gordon McIntyre; b.a. Victoria 1912, m.b. 1915; c.o.T.c 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Nov. 1915; Capt., Nov. 1916; France, Apl. 1916, No. 20 Gen. 

Hosp., Camiers; No. 12 Fd. Amb.; att. ist Bn., Rifle Bde., July 1916; No. 10 

Fd. Amb., Sept. 1917; Ypres sec, Beauniont-Hamel, Ypres sec, Somme (1916- 

17), Arras (1917), Ypres sec; c.a.m.c. Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt., Jan. 1918; 

Dom. Orthop. Hosp., Feb. 1919; Despatches Dec. 1917. 
Dale, William Percival; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.T.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr.; Mil. Medal, Oct. 1917; (Fu ther details not available). 
Dales, John Frank; b.a. University Coll. 1913, ll.b. 1916; c.o.T.c 

182nd Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1916; u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 19 17; r.g.a., 

Sec. Lieut.; France; Gassed Mar. 24, 19 18. 
Dales, Merrill Garbutt; Medicine 1919 (1921); c.o.T.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Mar. 1916; France,- Mar. 1917, 4th Bty.; 

Vimy, Hill 70, Amiens; Gassed, Hill 70, Aug. 19, 1917; Returned to complete 

course Oct. 1918. 
Dales, Walter; m.d., cm. Trinity 1905. 

C.A.M.C, Capt.; Med. Bd., Sudbury Mobn. Centre. 
Dallyn, Frederick Alfred; b.a.sc 1910, ce. 1913; Can. Hydr. Cps. & San. Advrs., 

Siberian Ex. F., Hydrol. Offr., Capt., Sept. 1918; Siberia, Oct. 1918; [Capt, 

Director, Allied Anti-typhus Exp., W. Siberia; Invalided Apl. 1919. 
Dallyn, Gordon Mealey; b.sc.f. 1916; c.o.T.c, Lieut. 

170th Bn., Capt., Jan. 1916; 248th Bn.; France, Oct. 1917, 58th Bn., Lieut.; 

Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, Oct. i, 1918; 

M.c, Cambrai, Sept. 1918. 
Dalton, Ernest Way; Education 1916, (University Coll. 1923); c.o.T.c 

63rd Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Dec. 1917; c.g.a.; France, Sept. 1918; g.g.a., R.n., 

Verchin; 3rd c.s.c, Jemappcs. 

Dalton, George Francis; b.a.sc 1914. 

3rd Fd. Coy., C.E., Lieut., May 1916; France; 3rd Bn., C.E., Capt.; Roptd 
wounded, Oct. 1918; M.c, Canal du Nord, Sept. 27, 1918. 



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DaltOxV, Robert Everett; m.b. 1918. 

c.A.M.c, No. 2 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Aug. 1914; Cpl.; France, Mar. 1915; Sergt.; 

Lieut.; Returned to complete course Jan. 1916. 
Daly, Reginald Meredith; Victoria 1919. 

R.A.F., Cadet, Mar. 1918. 
Daly, Roland Oliver; b.a. University Coll. 1912; c.a.s.c, Mech. Tpt., Lieut. 

c.A.s.c, No. 2 t. D., Lieut., Dec. 1916; u. of t o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Jan. 1917; 

R.G.A., Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1917; France, Jan. 1918, 194th Siege Bty.; March 

Retreat, Somme Advance, 1918; Despatches Mar. 1918. 
Danard, Beverly Pearce; Medicine 1922. 

C.E., Spr., May 1918; L-Cpl.; c.a.m.c. 
Danby, John James; m.d., cm. Trinity 1891; f.t.m.c. 

c.a.m.c, m.o. 207th Bn., Capt., May 1916; o/s. May 1917; No. 11 Can. Gen. 

Hosp.; Granville Can. Spec. Hosp., Buxton; No. 3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; France, 

June 1918, Nos. 3 and 4 Can. ccs.; Nos. 48, 46, 62 Impl. ccs. ; Amiens, Arras, 

Vimy sec. 
Danby, Smith Lancelot Everett; Medicine 1920 (192 1). 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Sub.-Lieut., May 1918; h.m.s. 'Gardenia', June 1918; N. Ireland, 

Port Said, Beyrut, Black Sea. 
Dancey, Wilfrid Alan; Applied Science 1919, (b.a.sc 1920). 

R.N.C.V.R., Wt. Offr., July 1918; N. Atlantic patrol. 
Daniel, Norman Hoyles; b.a.sc 1915. 

2nd Can. Div. Cyclists; L-Cpl., Nov. 1914;^ Cpl., May 1915; France, Sept. 1915; 

53rd t.m. Bty., Lieut.; 5th Bty., c.f.a.; Capt., July 1917; Wounded Apl. 2, 

1916; Belgian Croix de Guerre, Feb. 1918. 
Daniel, Thomas Archie; Applied Science 1916, (b.a.sc 1920); c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; Transfd., Admiralty Bd. of Research. 
Daniel, Thomas Ei;> ward; Education 19 12; c.s.c.i., Lieut. 

164th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1917; r.f.a.. Sec. 

Lieut.; France, Mar. 1918, 150th Army Bde., r.f.a.; Amiens (Mar. 1918), 

Ypres, Amiens-Bellicourt, etc. (Aug. -Oct. 1918); Injured, Poperinghe, July 18, 

1918. 
Daniels, Percy; b.a. Victoria 1916, (Education 1920); c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1916; Lieut., Aug. 1918; France, Sept. 1918; Bourlon, 

Cambrai, Valenciennes. 
Danis, James Thomas; Medicine 1921 ; c.o.t.c 

2nd Depot Bn., ist c.o.r., Pte., May 1918; r.a.f.. May 1918. 
Darch, Frederick Cuthbert; Applied Science 1917; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Sept. 1917; o/s. Sept. 1918; Impl. Army, Cadet. 
Darling, Henry Maurice; b.a. University Coll. 1903, ll.b. (Harv.) 1907. 

u.s Army, Signal Res. Cps., Aviation Sec, Capt., Jan. 1918; Sig. Cps., Legal 

Dept., Eqpt. Div. (later Advisory and Consulting Dept., Bureau Aircraft 

Production); Secty., Aircraft Bd., June 1918; a.s.c, Capt., Oct. 1918; France, 

Nov. 1918; Asst. to Chief Claims OfTr., i/c Dept. Reports and Reviews, Tours. 

DaRYAW, ChAUNCEY; D.D.S. 1919; C.O.T.C 

ca.d.c, Sergt. 
Dashwood, Ger.vld Raikes; Applied Science 191 7. 

l6th Middlesex Regt., Sept. 1914; 13th Northumberland Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., 
Feb. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; 84th Bde., r.f.a., Lieut., Apl. 1916; Anti- 
Aircraft Bty., Dec. 1917; Loos, Somme, Ancre, Arras, Messines, Ypres; 
Wounded, Loos, Sept. 26, 191 5. 



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Dashwood, Richard; b.a.sc. 1914. 

Enl., B.E.F., Nov. 1914; 13th Northumberland Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1915; 

France, Sept. 1915; Wounded, Loos, Sept. 25, 1915; Invalided July 1916; 

R. Monmouth Regt.; R.E., June 1917; France, July 1918; Ypres. 
Davey, James Edgar; m.b. 1902; c.a.m.c. No. 19 Fd. Amb., Major ,o.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 C.C.S., Major, Feb. 1915; o/s. Apl. 1915; No. 10 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

No. 2 Can. c.cs., Lt.-Col., o.c, Aug. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; Aire (Feb.- 

Aug. 1916), Remy Siding, Poperinghe (Aug. 1916-Nov. 1917); o.c. Halifax Mil. 

Hosp., Feb. 1918; o.c. Brant Mil. Hosp., Apl. 1918; d.s.c, Jan. 1918; De- 
spatches Jan. 1 91 8. 
Davidson, Alexander Topp; b.a. University Coll. 1906, ll.b. 1909; 9th Bty., c.f.a., 

30th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut., June 1915; Capt.; France, July 1916, [Lieut. 

30th Bty.; 35th Bty., Oct. 1916; Major, July 1917; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.C., Vimy 

Apl. 1917. 
Davidson, David James; b.a. University Coll. 1901, Knox. 

Army Clothing Dept., Shahjahanpur, India, Sec. Lieut. 
D.widson, Ernest Irving; Applied Science 191 1. 

C.E., Lieut., 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; i/c Aerodrome constr., England. 
Davidson, Herbert Garden; University Coll. 1908. 

74th Bn., Lieut., May 1915; Capt.; France, June 1916, 4th CM. R.; Ypres (1916), 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Amiens, Arras, etc.; Wounded, Arras, Aug. 28, 1918. 
Davidson, John Cheyne; b.a. Trinity 1882, m.a. 1887; 57th Regt., Major, Chaplain. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 93rd EWi., Major, Nov. 1915; Sr. Chapl., Barriefield 

Camp, June 1916; o/s. July 1916; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, Dec. 1916, 

No. 3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; Ypres sec. (Nov. 191 7); Returned Dec. 1917; Mentioned, 

Nov. 1917. 
Davidson, John Francis; Trinity 1921. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1918. 
Davidson, Joseph Jocelyn; University Coll. 1913, b.a.sc. 1915. 

R.F.c, Lieut.; att. 3rd Gloucestershire Regt.; Invalided and discharged Apl. 

1918; (Further details not available). 
Davidson, Robert Douglas; b.a.sc. 1914. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Jan. 1917; 119th Bn., Pte.; France, Oct. 1917, 

45th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr.; Passchendaele, Lens, Nieppe Forest, Arras sec, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 8, 191 8. 
Davidson, Walter Boyd; Veterinary Coll. 1914-16; c.o.t.c. 

R.A.V.C, Lieut., Aug. 1918; Capt., Aug. 1919; North Russia, Nov. 1918, att. 

R.A.s.c, 1123rd Coy. 
Davidson, William Mortimer; Applied Science 1914. 

123rd Bn., Lieut., Oct. 1915; Capt.; Lieut.; r.f.c, 1916; (Further details not 

available). 
Davidson, William Warren; b.a. Victoria 1908; 9th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

'C' Bty., R.C.H.A., Lieut., May 1916; 50th Bty., c.f.a.; 13th Bde. Hdqrs., 

c.f.a.; 5th Can. Div. Amm. Col.; 55th Bty., c.f.a.; France, Aug. 191 7; Lens- 
Arras, Amiens, Arras — Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, Sept. 27, 1918. 
Davis, Ammon Victor; Victoria 1919. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Ai)l. 1917; r.n.a.s., p.f.o., Jan. 1918; r.a.f.. Sec Lieut., 

Apl. 1918; France; Invalided. 
Davis, Arthur I.; b.a.sc. 1910. 

o.T.C, Bangalore, India, 1917; Queen Victoria's Own Sappers and Miners, 

India, .Sec Lieut.; R.i;.; Bushirc, Persia. 



246 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Davis, Daniel Irwin; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2., Lieut.; o/s.; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Capt. 

Davis, Gordon Willet; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c. 

25th Btyf., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; Bdr.; St. Eloi, Somme; 
Shell-shocked Feb. 1917; Invalided 1917, and discharged July 1918. 

Davis, Henry Clarke; m.b. 1911. 

C.A.M.C, Capt., Sept. 1915; o/s. Nov. 1915; France, Aug. 1916, No. 10 Can. 
Fd. Amb.; M.o. 4th c.m.r., Feb. 1917; No. 10 Can. Fd. Amb., Apl. 1918; Major, 
Dec. 1918; D.A.D.M.S., Can. Cps., Feb. 1919; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 
Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, Dec. 191 7; Bar to M.C., 
Cambrai, Sept. 28, 191 8. 

Davison, Edward Sumner; Applied Science 1912, b.sc.f. 1914. 

K. Edward's Horse, Tpr., Apl. 1915; France, June 1915; R.E., 176th Tnlg. Coy., 
Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1915; Lieut., July 1917; R.f.a., Mar. 1917; R.E., 176th Tnlg. 
Coy., Feb. 1918; r..\.f. lo'h and 15th Sqdns., Juns 1918; Givenchy, Fosse 
Calonne, Vimy, Arras, Ypres; Wounded, Vimy, June 26, 1916. 

Davison, Lewis Richmond; d.d.s. 1917. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Apl. 1917; Capt.. Oct. 1917. 

Davison. Wilfred; b.s.a. 1913. 

c.F..\.; Div. Amm. Col., Sergt., 1915; France; (Further details not available). 

Davy, Robert Nelson; b.a. Trinity 1905, m.a. 1906; 31st B.C. Horse, o.c. 

225th Bn., Major, 2nd i/c, Dec. 1916; o/s., i/c, Jan. 1917; France (Intelligence); 
Returned Sept. 1917; Cmdt., Dept. Mil. Science and Tactics, Phillips Andover 
R.o.T.c, U.S.A. Nov. 1917. 

Dawson, Herbert John; b.a. University Coll. 1898 m.a. 1900; 14th Regt., Lt.-Col. 
59th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c. May 1915; France, Aug. 1916, 46th Bn., o.C; Ypres, 
Somme, Vimy, Lens, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Amiens, Cambrai — 
Valenciennes; D.s.o., Somme, Oct. -Nov. 1916; Bar to d.s.o., Hallu, Aug. lo-ii, 
1918; Belgian Croix de Guerre, Mar. 1918; C.M.G., Jan. 1919; Despatches, June 
1917, Jan. 1918, June 1918, Nov. 1918. 

Dawson, Herbert MacMillan; University Coll. 1913; 19th Alta. Dragoons, Lieut. 
19th Alta. Dragoons, Lieut., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Can. Cps. Cav. 
Regt., Capt., May 1916; Adjt., July 1916; Can. Light Horse, Major, Mar. 
1917; (Adjt., Mar. -Sept., 1917); Can. Cps. Cav. Res., Mar. -June 1918; Can. 
Light Horse, June 1918; 2nd i/c, Nov. 1918; Neuve Chapelle, Ypres, Festubert, 
Givenchy, Ploegsteert sec, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, 
Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.c, Somme, gaz. Jan. 1917. 

Dawson, Lawrence Earl; Medicine 1921 ; c.o.t.c 

2nd Depot Bn., ist c.o.R., Pte., May 1918; r.a.f., May 1918; Resumed course 
Sept. 1918. 

Dawson, Lewis Henry; d.d.s. 1895; 21st Alta. Hussars, Capt., Adjt. 

31st Bn., Capt., Nov. 1914; Major, Feb. 1915; France, Sept. 1915; Messines 
sec; Invalided Feb. 1 916; Discharged Feb. 191 7. 

Day, Oswald John; m.b. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Aug. 1914; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; Capt., May 1916; Major, 
Aug. 1918; France, July 1915, m.o. East Surrey Regt.; Loos, Somme; Arras, 
Ypres (1917); Arras, Lens (191 8); m.c, gaz. June 1917; Bar to m.c, Oct. 1917. 

Day, Robert Booker; University Coll. 191 1, Wycliffe. 

i6th Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Neuve Chapelle, Ypres; Wounded, 
Ypres, Apl. 29, 1915; Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt.; att. No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp., 
Salonica; Invalided Aug. 1916; France, July 191 7, att. R. Can. Regt.; Vimy- 
Lens; att. Can. For. Cps., 54th Distr., England. 



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Deacon, Frederick Herbert; Victoria 1895. 

Hdqrs. Staff, m.d. i, Inspector Supplies, Major, Jan. 1916; Staff, Dep. Inspector 
Gen., Militia Hdqrs., Lt.-Col.; Inspr. Supplies, E. Canada, June 1916; Chief 
Inspr. Accounts, Canada, Sept. 1918; Col., Nov. 1918; Mentioned, Services, 
Feb. 1919. 
Deacon, Thomas Reginald; University Coll. 1919, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

230th Can. For. and Ry. Constr. Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1918; Can. For. Cps., Sunning- 
dale, Eng.; France, Oct. 191 8. 
Deadman, William James; b.a. University Coll. 191 1, m.b. 1913. 

C.A.M.C, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Staff Sergt., Nov. 1914; r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; 
Capt., May 1916; Egypt, July 1915, Conval. Camp, e.e.f., Port Said; Rest 
Camp, Abbasia, Feb. 1916; No. 27 Gen. Hosp., Cairo, Mar. 1916; Invalided 
May 1916; Cambridge Hosp., Aldershot, Oct. 1916; Salonica, Sept. 1917, No. 
52 Geh. Hosp.; No. 26 Mob. Bactl. Labty., Struma, Oct. 1917; No. 27 Mob. 
Bactl. Labty., Doiran, Jan. 1918; Central Labty., Brit. Salonica Forces, Feb. 
1918; a/o.c. No. 28 Mob. Bactl. Labty., Sept. 1918. 
Dean, Arthur Cyril; University Coll. 1919; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

134th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; R.F.C., Sept. 1917; France, Jan. 1918, 43rd Sqdn.; 
Armentieres— -Amiens; Prisoner, Armentieres, Apl. 12, 1918. 
Dean, Robert Alexander; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

c.a.d.c, Sergt., Feb. 1918. 
Dean, William Ashton; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

95th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; 198th Bn.; r.n.v.r., Motor-boat patrol, Sub- 
Lieut., Aug. 1916; Lieut., Aug. 1917; 2nd i/c h.m.m.l. 305, Jan. 1917; Spec, 
svce.. Decoy Sailing Ships, Sept. 1917-Nov. 1918; h.m.s. 'Dargle'; i/c h.m. Tr. 
'Commissioners'; h.m.s. 'Baron Rose'; 2nd i/c h.m.s. 'Vereker'; North Sea, 
anti-submarine actions, Oct. 1917, July 1918; Despatches Oct. 31, 1917. 
Dean, William Ernest; m.d., cm. Trinity 1898. 

r.a.m.c, Lieut., Dec. 1915; Capt.; Transport svce., 1916-19. 
Deans, James Martin; d.d.s. 1906. 

c.a.d.c, m.d. I, Lieut., Jan. 1916; Capt. 
de Champ, Saint-Elme; Staff, University Coll. and Victoria; B.esL. 

French Army, Auxil. Cps., Pte., Aug. 1914; Invalided Sept. 1915. 
Defries, Robert Davies; m.b. 191 i, m.d. 1913, d.p.h. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Capt., Oct. 1916; Div. Labty., m.d. 2. 
DeGruchy, Philip Cuthbert; Applied Science 1914; c.a.m.c. No. 10 Fd. Amb. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Pte., Sept. 1914; France, F"eb. 1915; Ypres, Festubert, 
Givenchy, Mt. Sorrel, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70; Gassed, Hill 70, Aug. 18, 1917; 
Invalided Oct. 1917; Returned Sept. 1918. 
Delahev, Wallace Acheson; b.sc.f. 1915. 

49th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1915; c.e., Spr., Aug. 1915; France, Oct. 1915, 9th Fd. 
Coy.; 2/Cpl., May 1916; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, (1915-16); r.e., Sec. Lieut., May 
1917; Invalided Aug. 1917-Jan. 1918; France, 121st Fd. Coy., r.e., 36th Div., 
Sec. Lieut.; Lieut., Nov. 1918; Capt., Jan. 1919; Yprcs-Baillcul (1918); M.c, 
Courtrai, Oct. 16, 1918. 
Delamere, Rudolf Dawson; b.a.sc 1914. 

r.n.a.s., Fit. Sub-Lieut., 1915; Mt. Lieut.; German East Africa, -Apl. 1916; 
Seaplane Sqdn., Zanzibar; d.s.C, Lindi area, Feb. 1918. 
Delaporte, Antoine Valentine; b.a.sc 1913. 

Hydrol. Cps., Capt., May 191.S; CE., Lieut., Feb. 1916; u. of T. o, s. Tr. Coy., 
Pte., Nov. 1917; U.K., Sec. Lieut. 



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DE LoTBiNiERE, Alain Joly; Forestry 1913; 5th Regt., Lieut. 

42nd En., Lieut., Feb. 1915; A/Capt.; France, Oct. 1915; Hill 60, Ypres, 

Somme, Viniy; Gassed and shell-shocked; Can. Mil. Mission to France, Aug. 

1917; Can. Repres. Office, g.h.q., 2nd Echelon; Returned Sept. 1918. 
Dempster, Arthur Jeffrey; b.a. University Coll. 1909, m.a. 1910. 

U.S. Army Signal Cps., Pte., Nov. 1917; att. Naval Exptl. Sta., New London, 

Conn.; Master Sig. Electrn., Mar. 1918; Signal Cps., Sec. Lieut., Sept. 1918; 

France, Nov. 1918; att. Italian and French Navies, Taranto, Toulon. 
Dempster, James Cheney; b.a. Victoria 1913. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1917; France, Mar. 1918, 39th Bty., 

C.F..-V.; Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Denison, Merrill; Applied Science 191 5. 

American Ambce. Svce., att. French Army, Conducteur, Oct. 1916; Sous-chef; 

att. 20th and 64th Divs.; Verdun, Argonne, Champagne; Injured May 1917; 

A.E.F., 14th M.G. Bn., Lieut.; France, Mar. 1918; Vosges, St. Mihiel; Invalided; 

att. Art. Tr. Centre, Paris. 
Denison, Walter Wallbridge; Trinity 1903; g.g. e.g.. Major. 

4th C.M.R., Major, 2nd i/c, Nov. 1914; France, Nov. 1915; Hdqrs. Staff, 3rd 

Can. Div., Aug. 1916; D.s.o., Ypres, June 1916; Despatches Dec. 1916. 

Dent, Frederick Stephenson; Victoria 1915; 36th Regt., Capt. 

4th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; Royal Fusiliers, Capt., Dec. 1914; Impl. Cyclist 
Cps., Aug. 1915; A/Major, Feb. 1919; 41st Div. Cycl. Coy., Nov. 1915; France, 
Dec. 1915 and May 1916; 2nd Cps. Cycl. Bn., May 1916; 7th Cps. Cycl. Bn., 
July 1918; 6th Cps. Cycl. Bn., Mar. 1919; Laventie-Armentieres, Somme 
(July 1916-Mar. 1917), Arras- Messines, Passchendaele, etc.; Wounded, Ypres, 
June 10, 1917; Invalided Apl. 1918; M.c, Alenin Road, July 31, 1917; 
Despatches, Tournai-Ath, Nov. 1918. 

Denton, Wilfred Herbert; University Coll. 1919; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

92nd Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, June 1916, 15th Bn.; Ypres, Somme, 
Arras sec, Amiens, Arras; Wounded, Somme, Sept. 26, 1916, Amiens, Aug. 8, 
1918, Hindenburg Line, Sept. i, 1918; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 1918. 

De Pencier, Adam Urias (Rt. Rev.); b.a. Trinity 1895, m.a. 1896, d.d. 1910; 56th 
Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 62nd Bn., Capt., Aug. 1915; o/s. Jan. 1916; [Regt. 
France, June 1916, att. No. i Can. Gen. Hosp., 1916-18; Lt.-Col., Apl. 1918; 
att. Kinmel Park Camp, Rhyl, 1918; o.b.e., June 1918; Despatches, June 1917, 
June 1918. 

De Pencier, Theodore Frederick Wells; Trinity 1917 (1920); c.o.t.c. 

c.o.T.c. o/s draft, Dec. 1915; r.f.a.. Sec. Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, Feb. 1916, 
15th Div. Amm. Col.; 'c ' Bty., 71st Bde., r.f.a.; 15th d. a. c, Lieut.; 'd' Bty., 
70th Bde., r.f.a.; Somme, 1916; Arras, Ypres, Cambrai, 1917; Arras, Soissons, 
1918. 

Des Rosiers, Raoul Lawrence; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., Feb. 1917; o/s. May 1918; Witley; Returned to complete 
course Oct. 1917. 

Deverall, Edwin Victor; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c; loth Regt., Lieut. 

204th Bn., Lieut., July 1916; u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Dec. 1916; r.e.. Sec. 
Lieut., Apl. 1917; France, June 1917, 89th Fd. Coy. and 62nd Fd. Coy., 14th 
Div.; Lieut., Capt., Oct. 1918; Messines, Menin Road, Inverness Copse, 
Messines, Ypres, Passchendaele, 1917; St. Quentin, March Retreat, Amiens, 
Ypres — Scheldt, 1918; Wounded, Sanctuary Wood, Oct. 22, 1917; m.c, 
Elincourt, Mar. 10, 1918; Bar to M.c, Lys, Oct. 15, 1918. 



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Devitt, Frederick Baker; Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

C.A.s.c, No. 2 Sub-Depot, Pte., Apl. 1916; France, Mar. 1917, c.A.s.c, Mech. 

Tpt., att. 1st Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Dr.; Returned to complete course Oct. 1918. 
Devitt, Leslie Kerr; Education 1915, (University Coll. 1923). 

R.F.c, Cadet, Juiie 1917; R.a.f., Lieut., 1918; France; Wounded, Cambrai, 

July 31,1918. 
Devlin, Harry Kerchever; Applied Science 191 8. 

Impl. a.s.C, Mech. Tpt., Pte., Jan. 1916; France, Mar. 1916, 646th Coy; 

(Further details not available). 
Dewar, Roy Edgar; Education 1916; c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., July 1917; C.E., Jan. 1918. 
Dexter, William Eddison; Forestry 1918; g.g.f.g., Lieut. 

38th Bn., Lieut., June 1915; 77th Bn.; France, June 1916, 5th cm. r.; Invalided 

Sept. 1916; France, June 1917, R.F.C, loth Sqdn.; Ypres, Soinme, 1916; Beth- 

une-Armentieres, Ypres, 1917; Wounded, Polderhoek, Dec. 3, 1917; Discharged 

Oct. 1918. 
Dey, Willi.\m Frederick Imrie; m.b. 1910. 

C.A.M.c, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Lieut.; Capt.; o/s. June 1917; Granville Can. 

Spec. Hosp., Buxton. 
Dibblee, John; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.t.c 

R.A.F., Cadet, 1918. 
Dick, David Campbell; b.a. University Coll. 1908; 14th Bty. c.f.a., Lieut. 

'c' Bty., R.C.H.A., Lieut., Nov. 1915; 9th Bde., c.f.a., Adjt.; Capt.; 33rd Bty.; 

France, July 1916; 32nd Bty., Oct. 1916; o.c 32nd Bty., Mar. 1917; A/Major, 

June 1917; Ypres, Somme, Arras, Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele; Returned Feb. 

I 918; Despatches Jan. 1918. 
Dick, David Levern; m.b. 191 i. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., Aug. 1 91 5; 4th and 5th Black Watch Res. Depot; France, No. 

142 Fd. Amb.; Loos; c.a.m.c, Capt., June 1917; Strathcona Mil. Hosp., 

Edmonton, Resdt. M.o.; Returned Soldiers' Hosp., Red Deer, Alta., Med. 

Supdt. 
Dickenson, Malcolm Edward; Applied Science 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c 

3rd Can. Div. Amm. Sub-Park, Pte., Feb. 1916; L-Cpl.; France, Aug. 1916, 

No. 4 Sub-Park, Cpl.; No. 4 Can. Div. Mech. Tpt. Coy., Apl. 1918; Somme, 

Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Cambrai — Mons. 
Dickson, Alfred John; St. Michael's 191 7. 

c.a.m.c, No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot, Pte., Feb. 1916; 4th Can. Div. San. Sec, 

May 1916; France, Aug. 1916, No. 12 Can. Fd. Amb.; L-Cpl., Sept. 1916; 

Cpl., Feb. 1917; Sergt., Sept. 1917; Commlnes sec, Somme, Vimy, Passchen- 
daele, Lens sec; Invalided Oct. 191 8; No. 7 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 9 Can. Sta. 

Hosp. 
Dickson, Archibald Chester; Education 1914. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., July 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 2nd Can. Div. 

T.M. Bties.; Bdr., Aug. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Mons. 
Dickson, Benjamin Harold; Admin. Staff. 

4th Univ. Coy., p.p.cl.i., Pte, Sept. 1915; France, May 1916, p.p.c.l.i.; att. 

7th Bde. Wirers, July 1917; Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Avion, Apl. 2S, 

1917; Invalided June 1918. 
Dickson, Charles Scott; b.a. University Coll. 1916, Medicine 1919, (m.b. 1920); 

R.N.V.R., Surg. -Probr., Apl. 1917; h.m.s. 'Minos', May 1917; Dover [c.o.t.c. 

Patrol, Belgian Coast, N. Ireland; Returned to complete course .\pl. 1918. 



250 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Dickson, Ernest Charles; b.a. University Coll. 1904, m.b. 1906, m.d. 1917. 

C.A.M.C., M.D. 2, Capt., Feb. 1918; o/s.; No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Dickson, Ivan Wanless; m.b. 1910, f.r.c.s. (Ed.). 

War Office, Surg., 1914-16; r.a.m.c, Lieut., June 1916; Salonica, No. 30 Sta. 
Hosp.; c.A.M.c, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt., July 1917; Invalided Apl. 1918. 
Dickson, James Archibald; b.a. University Coll. 1913, m.b. 1916; 33rd Regt., Capt. 
R.A.M.C, Lieut., June 1916; Capt., June 1917; Mesopotamia, Aug. 1916, No. 3 
Gen. Hosp., Basra; Invalided Dec. 1916; India, Ceylon, Egypt, Malta; att. 
Spec. Surg. Hosp., Birmingham, June 1917; o.c. Highbury Orthop. Hosp., 
Birmingham, Dec. 191 8. 
Dickson, James Robert; b.s.a. 1906, m.s.f. (Mich.); g.g.f.g. 

Ottawa Siege Bty., c.g.a., Gnr., Apl. 1917; o/s. June 1917; Can. For. Cps., 
Forest Engr., Nov. 1917; Sergt., June 1918; Lieut., Sept. 1918. 
Dickson, John St. Clair; b.a. University Coll. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

Sub-Staff, m.d. 2, Sergt., Instr., Mar. 1916; C.F.A., Lieut., Mar. 1917; Militia 
Hdqrs., Ottawa, June 1917. 
Dickson, William Beatty; b.a. University Coll. 1916, Medicine 1919, (m.b. 1920); 
R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., Apl. 1917; h.m.s. 'Romola', May 1917; [c.o.t.c. 

English Channel, Firth of Forth, Scapa Flow; Returned to complete course Apl. 
1918. 
Dignam, Hugh Molyneux; Applied Science 1919 (1922); iioth Regt., Lieut. 

208th Bn., Lieut., May 1916; France, Jan. 1918, 54th Bn.; Amiens, Arras, 
Drocourt-Queant; W^ounded, Dury, Sept. 2, 1918; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 1918. 
Dill, Arthur Wright; Applied Science 1906. 

225th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; Sergt.; France; (Further details not available). 
Dill, W. L; Veterinary Coll. 19 13-15. 

R.A.V.C., Lieut., May 1916; Capt., May 1917; France, July 1916; Somme; 
Ypres, 1917; March Retreat, Cambrai, 1918. 
DiLTZ, Bert Case; Trinity 1919; c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Feb. 1916; att. loth Can. Inf. Bde., June 1916; France, Aug. 
1916, 4th Div. Sig. Coy., loth Inf. Bde.; Cpl., June 1917; Somme, Vimy, Hill 
70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
Dingle, Frank; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

C.A.D.C, m.d. 2, Pte., June 1917; Discharged Nov. 1917; R.A.F., Aug. 1918. 
Dingle, Guy Elton; University Coll. 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.F.A., Gnr.; 147th Bn., Lieut.; France, c.m.r.; Wounded July 25, 1917; 
Invalided Oct. 1917. 
Dinnick, Oswald Tilson; m.b. 1904. 

R.A.M.C, Capt., Aug. 1914; France, Aug. 1914, att. American Hospital, Chateau 
d'Annel, Compiegne, Surg.; Allied Forces Base Hosp., Boulogne, Surg.; In- 
valided Apl. 1915; Countess Lyttcn's Hosp., and Mil. Sec, Cancer Hosp., 
Londcn ; Med. Asstn. Appeal Bd., m.s.a.; Naval Emergcy. Cps., Surg.; 1914 
Star. 
Dippell, Louis William; Victoria 1916 (1920); c.o.t.c 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; Sgr., Bdr.; Ploegsteert, 
Kenimel, Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Invalided Nov. 1917; 
N. Russia, Sept. 1918, 67th Bty., C.F.A., Bdr.; Archangel front; Mil. Medal, 
Somme, Oct. 1916; Bar to m.m., Touldas, N. Russia, Nov. 1918. 
Ditchburn, Joseph Seymour; b.a. Trinity 1912; 2nd Regt.> c.o.t.c 

19th Bn., Pte., Oct. 1914; L-CpL; France, Sept. 1915; Messines, Dickebusch; 
Wounded, Dickebusch, Nov. 22, 1915; 122nd Bn., Lieut., June 1916; France, 
June 1917, Can. For. Cps., 44th Coy., Adjt.; No. i Distr., Orne. 



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Dixon, Albert Johnson; b.a. Trinity 1916; c.o.t.c; 14th Bty., c.f.a., Sergt. 

42nd Bty., C.F.A. , Sergt., Dec. 1915; 8th Bde. Amm. Col.; France, July 1916, 

3rd Can. Div. Amm. Col.; 58th Bty., C.f.a., Lieut., Sept. 1917; Gassed, Ypres, 

Aug. 1916; Wounded, Arras, May 28, 1918; Adjt., Permt. Cond. Staff. 
Dixon, Elliott Rupert; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1919 (1920); c.o.t.c. 

71st Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; 71st Bn., Pte.; 12th Can. m.g. Coy., Apl. 1916; 

France, Aug. 1916; L-Cpl.; Ypres, Somme; Invalided Nov. 1916; c.a.d.c, 

Apl. 1917; R.F.c, Cadet, Oct. 1917; Egypt, Feb. 1918; r.a.f.. Sec. Lieut., July 

1918. 
Dixon, Ewart Gladstone; University Coll. 191 1 ; 91st Regt., Lieut. 

R.F.c, Feb. 1917; Can. Def. Force, Lieut., Apl. 1917; Depot Bn., c.o.R., Aug. 1917; 

France, Apl. 1918, 20th Bn.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Arras, Aug. 26, 

1918; M.c, Cambrai, Oct. 11, 1918. 
DixoN, Hamnett Alonzo; m.b. 1916. 

C.A.M.C, t. d., m.d. 2, Lieut., June 1916; Capt.; o/s. June 1916; Salonica, 

Aug. 1916, No. 4 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Basingstoke, 1917-19. 
Dixon, Leonard Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1910, m.a. 1912, Wycliffe. 

Mesopotamian Ex. F., y.m.c.a.. Gen. Secty.; India, Nov. 1914; Mesopotamia, 

July 1915; O.B.E., June 1918; Despatches, Sept. 1916, May 1917, Mar. 1919. 
Dixon, Silvanus Noble; Trinity 1916; S. African War; c.o.t.c. Col. Sergt. 

139th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; France, Oct. 1916, 58th Bn.; Vimy; Wounded, 

Lens, June 29, 1917; Invalided Aug. 1917; att. Polish Force, Niagara, 1917-18. 
Doane, Angus Jay; University Coll. 191 7; c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., May 1916; r.n.v.r.. Motor-boat patrol, Sub-Lieut., Aug. 1916; 

Lieut., Aug. 1917; H.M.M.L. 505; H.M.s. 'Hermione'; English Channel, Dec. 

1916; Mediterranean, June 1917; Irish Sea, June 1918; Dover, Dunkerque- 

Zeebrugge, Nov. 19 18. 
Dobbin, Gordon Murray; m.b. 1916. 

C.A.M.C, m.d. 2, Lieut., Dec. 1916; m.o. 213th Bn.; o/s. Mar. 1917; m.o. Can. 

Res. Art. Bde., Apl. 1917; No. i Can. Gen. Labty., Nov. 1917; Capt., Dec. 1917; 

No. II Can. Gen. Hosp., Apl. 1918; France, Sept. 1918, No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Dobbin, Mervyn Lawrence; University Coll. 1916; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1917; r.f.c, Lieut., Eqpt. Offr., Oct. 1917; o/s. 

Dec. 1917; R.A.F. , Techn. Offr., Apl. 1918; Flying Offr. 
Dobbin, Warren Leslie; b.a.sc 1916; c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

• C.E., Lieut., May 1916; 15th Fd. Coy., c.e., Jan. 1917; France, Dec. 1917, 4th 

Fd. Coy.; 4th Bn., C.E., Apl. 1918; Capt., Nov. 1918; Lens-Arras sec, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
DoBELL, Richard Joseph; St. Michael's 1921. 

R.A.F. , Cadet, Mar. 1918; Sec. Lieut., Dec. 1918. 
Docherty, John Franklin; b.a. Victoria 1916, Medicine 1919, (m.b. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., Apl 1917; h.m.s. 'Hydrangea', June 1917; h.m.s. 'Dia- 
dem', Nov. 1917; H.M.S. 'Matchless', Dec. 1917; Mediterranean convoy svce.; 

Dunkerque patrol; Returned to complete course Apl. 1918. 
Dodds, Thomas; University Coil. iS()7. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 1551)1 Pn., Capt., May 1916; o/s. Oct. 1916; att. 

c.A.s.c, Bramshott, Dec. 1916; France, Oct. 1917, No. 7 Can. Sta. Hosp.; 

Hosps., London, Dec. 1917; Returned Feb. 1918. 
Dodge, Gordon; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c 

c.a.d.c, Sergt., Feb. 1917; o/s. Mar. 1917; Returned to complete course Nov. 

1917. 



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DoHERTY, Charles Alexander; Applied Science 1916; 4th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

71st Bty., C.F.A. , Lieut.; o/s. Sept. 1916; Dept. Fortif. and Works, War Off., 
A, Capt., July 1917; Resdt. Engr., Aerodrome constr., N. London and E. Coast 
Air Def.; r.a.f., i/c Aer. constr., E. Coast and Midlands, Sept. 1918; Major, 
1919.  

Doherty, William Albert; Applied Science 1921. 

R.N.C.v.R., w/t.. Mar. 1918; w/t. Operator, June 1918; Trlr. No. 8. 

Doherty, William Ellwood; University Coll. 191 1. 

att. Italian Naval Flying Cps.; Italian honour; (Further details not available). 

Doherty, William Joseph; Education 1912. 

3rd Bn., Pte., Oct. 1914; Sergt., Col. Sergt.; France, Feb. 1915; Ypres; r.h.a.. 
Sec. Lieut., July 1915; Lieut., July 1917; Gallipoli, Aug. 1915, Argyle Mountain 
Bty., R.h..\.; Egypt, Dec. 1915; Suez Canal, Gaza; Salonica, July 1916; Serbia; 
France, July 1917, 126th Siege Bty., r.g.a.; Cambrai (Nov. 1917), Bullecourt 
(Dec. 1917), Peronne, Amiens (Mar. 1918), Amiens-Cambrai (Aug. -Nov. 1918); 
Wounded, Gallipoli, Dec. 22, 1915, and Beaumetz, Mar. 1918; M.C., Ypres, 
Aug. 20, 1917; Bar to M.C., Cambrai, Oct. 16, 1918; French Croix de Guerre, St. 
Quentin; Serbian Order of Karageorge, Salonica, Oct. 1917. 

DoLSON, Wilbur John McLaren; d.d.s. 1913. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Apl. 1916; 215th Bn., Lieut., Capt.; c.a.d.c, att. r.a.f.. Long 
Branch, Capt. 

Donald, Duncan; University Coll. 1895; 48th Bn., Lt.-Col.; Long. Svce. Dec. 

134th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, Dec. 1915; O.C, 7th Inf. Bde., m.d. 2, 1916; O.C 2nd 
Inf. Bde., m.d. 2, 1916-17; Invalided and discharged Feb. 1917. 

Donald, Frank Chalmers; b.s.a. 1915. 

56th Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Mar. 1916; 55th Bty., Mar. 1917; France, Aug. 1917; 

Bdr., Cpl.; Lens sec, Arras-Vimy sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — -Valenciennes; 

Invalided Nov. 1918. 
Donald, Hugh Harvie; b.a. University Coll. 1911; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

i/c Toronto Island Guard, Lieut.; 92nd Bn., Capt., Sept. 1915; Bramshott, 

Staff Cap't.; 5th Res. Bn., Capt.; France, Oct. 1916, Nov. 1917, 15th Bn., Lieut.; 

A/Capt., Aug. 191 8; Lens, Arras, Amiens, Cambrai, etc. 
Donald, Roy Brownlee; Education 19 17. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1917; France, Dec. 1917, ist Div. Sig. Coy.; Hill 70- 

Arras sec; Invalided May 1918. 
Donaldson, Ralph Wilfred; b.s.a. 191 5. 

38th Bn., Pte., Mar. 1915; France, July 1915, p.p.c.l.i.; 52nd Bn., Lieut., Dec. 

1916; Can. Cps. Gas Svces., Apl. 1917; Can. Cps. Tps., Gas Offr., Feb. 1918; 

2nd Can. Div., Gas Offr., A/Capt., Dec. 1918; Ypres, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchen- 

daele. Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc.; Wounded, Ypres, May 12, 1916; 

M.C, Vimy, Apl. 1917. 
Donaldson, William Darrell Ethelfred; Trinity 1917. 

R.N.A.S., P.F.O., Nov. 1917; r.a.f., Sec Lieut., May 1918; att. h.m.s. 'Pegasus', 

'Barham', 'Furious', 'Marlborough'; Grand Fleet, North Sea. 
Donley, Henry Gordon; University Coll. 1917, (b.a. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., IVJar. 1915; Discharged, medically unfit. May 1915; 

49th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., May 1916; 69th Bty., Apl. 1917; u. of t. o/s.Tr. Coy., 

Pte., Dec. 191 7; C.F.A., Lieut.; France, Mar. 191 8, 1st Div. t.m. Bty.; 7th 

Bty., C.F.A., Dec. 1918; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
Donovan, Laurence Alphonsus; Veterinary Coll. 1913-15; c.o.t.c. 

A.v.c, Lieut., July 1916; (Further details not available). 



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DooLiTTLE, Gordon Westover; Victoria 191 6. 

Eaton M.G. Bty., Pte., Feb. 1915; nth Gloucestershire Regt., Sec. Lieut., Jan. 

1916; France, June 1916, att. 14th R. Welsh Fusiliers; r.f.c, Oct. 1916; Lieut., 

Apl. 1917; R.A.F., Apl. 1918. 
DoRE, Harry Campbell; Education 1913 and 1916. 

20ist Bn., Pte., May 1916; L-Cpl., Sergt., July 1916; 198th Bn., Cpl., Pte., Feb. 

1917; France, Mar. 1918, 19th Bn., Pte.; Arras sec; Wounded, Neuville Vitasse, 

May 14, 1918. 
DoRES, James Emmanuel Eugene; d.d.s. 191 6; c.o.t.c. 

Hdqrs. 2nd Can. Contgt., Pte., Apl. 1915; c.a.d.c, Hdqrs., Sergt., Sept. 1915; 

Discharged May 1916. 
DouGAN, Harry Leslie; b.a. Victoria 1909; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Dec. 1916; Musketry Staff, m.d. 2, Sergt., Instr. ; 

M.D. 6, Halifax, Sydney, Instr.; a/c.s.m. 
Douglas, Annie; b.a. University Coll. 1916. 

Euclid Hall, Toronto, Dietitian. 
Douglas, Earl; University Coll. 19 19; 34th Regt., Lieut. 

R.C.H.A., Gnr., May 1916; c.f.a.; France, Dec. 1916, 1st Can. Hvy. Bty.,c.G.A.; 

Bdr.; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Lens sec, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded 

Mar. 9, 1918; Gassed May 27, 1918, and Sept. 1918. 
Douglas, Harold Melrose; Education 1915, (University Coll. 1923); c.o.t.c. 

2nd Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., June 1915; France, Aug. 1915, p.p.CL.i.; 

Wounded, Ypres, May 12, 1916, and Aug. 21, 1916; Lieut., Aug. 1917; France, 

Nov. 1917, p.p.c.l.i.; Invalided Mar. 1918. 
Douglas, Hugh Stanxey; Education 1915, (Medicine 1923); c.o.t.c. 

3rd Can. Div. Amm. Sub-Park, Pte., Dec. 19 15; Impl. a.s.c, Mech. Tpt., Pte., 

Apl. 1916; France, June 1916, p.p.c.l.i.; Ypres, Somme; Wounded, Courcelette, 

Sept. 15, 1916; Discharged Oct. 1917. 
Douglas, Ivan Robertson; phm.b. 1915. 

70th Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., June 1916; 5th Hwr. Bty.; France, 35th Bty.; Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, Sept. 2"], 

1918. 
Douglas, John Harvey; b.a. University Coll. 1910; 109th Regt., Lieut. 

35th Bn., Lieut., May 1915; 4th c.m.r.; France, Apl. 1916; Ypres, Sanctuary 

Wood; Wounded and prisoner, Sanctuary Wood, June 2, 1916; Interned in 

Switzerland Dec 19 16; Repatriated Sept. 1917; Capt., Sept. 1917; Discharged 

Feb. igi8. 
Douglas, John Sutherland; mb. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c, t. d., m.d. 2, Lieut., 1916; France, June 1917; 3rd Can. Div. Wing 

c.c.R.c; Capt., Dec. 1917. 
Douglas, K. L.; Veterinary Coll. 1910-12. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Douglas, Malcolm Lvall; University Coll. 19 17; Corps of Guides, Lieut. 

71st Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1915; 34tli \\n.\ France, Mar. 1916, ist Bn.; Wounded 

and shell-shocked, Ypres, June 19 16; att. R.F.C, Canada, 92n(l Sqdn., .-X Adjt.; 

92nd S(|dn., 78th Sqdn., Adjt.; School of Flying, Armour Heights, Adjt. 
Douglas, Thomas St. Clair; University Coll. 1919, (Medicine 1924); c.o.t.c. 

203rd Bn., Pie., Apl. 1916; r.f.c. Cadet, Apl. 1917; Sec. Lieut., Lieut.; r.a.f.; 

Ferry pilot, England-France, Nov. 1917-Dec. 1918. 
Dow, William Wilfrid; Medicine 1920(1921); c.o.t.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., \\^\. 1917; L-Cpl.; r.n.v.r., Surg. Probr., Nov. 1917; Surg. 

.Sub-Lieut; h.m.s. ' Vega'; North Sea; Returned to complete course Sept. 19 18. 



254 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



Do^xiNG, Charles; Forestry 1912, University Coll. 1913. 

4th C.M.R., Oct. 1914; France, Mar. 1916, C.A.s.c, Mech. Tpt., Dr.; Ypres; 

Shell-shocked Nov. 1916; Duty in England, 1917-18. 
Downer, Henry; University Coll. 1917, (b.a. 1920); c.o.x.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 25th Bty.; 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras; Gassed Sept. 14, 1918. 
Downey, George Aloysius; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c; nth Hwr. Bty., Lieut. 

nth Hwr. Bde., c.f.a., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, July 1916; 35th Bty., Mar. 

1917; A/Capt., Oct. 1918; Ypres-Kemmel sec, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 
chendaele, Lens-Vimy sec, Neuville Vitasse, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; 

Gassed, Vimy, May 19, 1917; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918; Despatches June 1917. 
Downie, Ralph Waldo; Applied Science 1916 (1921); 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e., Cpl. 

2nd Fd. Coy., C.E., Spr., Aug. 1914; 2nd Cpl., Aug. 1914; Cpl., Nov. 1914; 

France, May 1915; 9th Fd. Coy., c.e., Apl. 1916; c.q.m.s.. May 1916; Festu- 

bert, Messines, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy sec; c.e., t. d., Canada, Nov. 

1916; C.E., Lieut., Dec. I916; m.d. 5, May 1917-1918. 
Downing, Frederick Hale; Applied Science 191 1, Diploma. 

(Reported as on Active Service; No details available.) 
Dowsley, George William Ogil vie; m.b. 1899; c.a.m.c. No. i CI. Hosp., Capt. 

c.a.m.c, No. I C.C.S., Capt., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; No. 3 Can. Sta. 

Hosp., July 1916; Major, Dec. 1916; Neuve Chapelle, Ypres, Arras, Messines, 

Cambrai sec; (Temp. att. Nos. 6, 10, 19, I5,49C.C.S.; No. i Conv. Depot; 

No. 3 Can. c.c.s.); s.M.o., No. 3 c.c.d., Seaford, Dec. 1917; Staff, a.d.m.s., 

Ripon, Apl. 1919; St. Andrew's Mil. Hosp., m.d. 2, June 1919. 
Doyle, Albert Martin; b.a. University Coll. 1913. 

A.E.F., 329th M.G. Coy., 85th Div., Pte., Nov. 1917; 310th Mob. Vety. Sec; 

France, Aug. 1918; a.s.c. Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1918. 
Doyle, Bernard Stephen Joseph; b.a. St. Michael's 1910. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt., July 1917; o/s. Sept. 1917; Hdqrs., Shorncliffe; 

E. Sandling; Purfleet; France, Jan. 1918, att. 3rd Can. Inf. Base; nth Bn., 

Can. Ry. Tps., Apl. 1918; No. 3 Can. c.c.s., July 1918; No. 8 Can. Sta. Hosp. 

and h.m.a.t. 'Essequibo', Mar. 1919. 
Doyle, Richard Hamilton; Medicine 1918 (1921). 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; Bdr.; Cpl.; France, Jan. 1916; Sergt.; 

7th Bty., C.F.A,, Lieut., July 1917; Ypres (1916), Somme, Passchendaele, Arras 

sec; Returned to complete course Aug. 1918. 
Drake, Theodore George Harwood; m.b. 1914. 

R.A.M.c , Lieut.; France; Wounded June 1916; (Details not available). 
Draper, Carman Birney; University Co 1. 1919; c.o.t.c 

u.of T. o/s.Tr. Coy., Pte., Sept. 1917; Sergt.; o/s. May 1918; R.F.A., Sec. Lieut. 
Draper, Henry Charles; University Coll. 1912. 

127th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, 2nd Bn., Can. Ry. Tps.; Capt.; (Further 

details not available). 
Drew, Charles John Robert; b.a. Trinity 1915; c.o.t.c. 

64ihBty.,c.F.A.,Gnr.,Dec 1917; Bdr.; 1st Bn., Can. Gar. Regt., L-Cpl., Sergt. 
Drew, George Alexander; University Coll. 1917; nth Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

i6th Bty., C.F.A. , Lieut., Nov. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; Ypres sec, St. Eloi; 

Wounded, Dickebusch, May 5, 1916; Invalided; 64th Bty., C.F.A. , o.c, Nov. 

1917-Apl. 1918. 

Drew-Brook, Thomas Geoffrey; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Dec. 1916; r.f.c, Sec. Lieut.; r.a.f. Lieut.; France, 
Jan. 1918, 73rd Sqdn.; Wounded and prisoner. May 20, 1918. 



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Drewry, William Starkey; University Coll. 1905; 34th Horse. 

6ist Bn., Capt., June 1915; o/s. Apl. 1916; (Further details not available). 
Drixnan, Angus Alexander; m.d., cm. Trinity 1900. 

c.A.M.c, No. 10 Fd. Amb., Capt., Feb. 1916; France, Apl. 1916; m.o. 5th c.m.r.; 

No. 47 Impl. CCS. ; Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Arras sec; 

Returned May 1918; o.c Ogden Mil. Hosp.; m.c , gaz. Jan. 1917. 
Driscoll, Harrison Archer; University Coll. 1910; 79th Regt., Lieut. 

90th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; o/s. May 1916; (Further details not available). 
Drope, John Harold Nelles; University Coll. 1918. 

r.f.c. Sec. Lieut., 1915; France; Capt. and Fit. Cmdr., Apl. 1917; r.a.f., 

Canada, i/c 78th Sqdn.; Mentioned, Services, Sept. 1919. 
Drulard, Elmer Grover; University Coll. 19 19. 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut.; Discharged 1918. 
Drummond, Harold; b.a. University Coll. 1916; 48th Regt., Lieut. 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., May 1916; r.g.a.. Sec. Lieut., Mar. 1917; Lieut., 

Sept. 1918; Singapore, Nov. 1917, 80th Coy., r.g.a. 
Drummond, Henry Andrew; Medicine 1921 (1923). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Oct. 1917; o/s. Jan. 1918; c.g:a., June 1918; 

Returned to complete course Oct. 19 18. 
Drury, John Ernest; m.d., cm. Toinity 1901, f.t.m.c 

c.A.M.c, Capt., Aug. 1918. 
Drybrough, John; Applied Science 19 19 (1922); c.o.T.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 26th Bty.; 

17th Bty., Mar. 1917; Bdr., Aug. 1918; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — V'alenciennes; Gassed, Passchendaele, Oct. 29, 19 17. 
Drynan, John Valentine; University Coll. 1918; c.a.s.c. No. 2 Coy., Lieut. 

c.A.s.c, No. 2 T. d., Lieut., Nov. 1916; Can. For. Cps.; France, June 1917, 
. C.F.C, 46th Coy., Adjt.; 7th Coy., Adjt.; att. 2nd Bde., r.a.f.. Liaison OfTr.; 

13th Coy., C.F.C 
Dudley, Eustace; Education 191 1. 

(Reported as on Activ^ervice. No details available.) 
Dudley, Robert Lorne; d.d.s. 1903. 

c.a.d.c, Lieut., Dec. 1915; Invalided and discharged June 1916. 
Duff, John Henry; d.d.s. 1914. 

C.A.D.C, Lieut., Sept. 1915; Capt.; o/s. Apl. 1916; Dental clinic, ShornclifTe; 

i/c clinic, Purfleet; France, July 1917, No. 7 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Wounded in air 

raid, Etaples, May 19, 191 8. 
Duggan,Alleyne Mortimer; University Coll. 1918 (1921); c.o.T.c. 

Sub-StafT, M.D. 2, Can. m.g. Depot, Sergt.-Major, Instr., Apl. 1916; r.f.c. 

Cadet, Aug. 1917; r.a.f.. Sec. Lieut., Mar. 1918; France, Aug. 1918, 205th 

Sqdn.; Amiens sec; Injured Dec. 191 S. 
Duggan, Charles Reade; b.a. Victoria 1915; 2nd Regt., Pte., Lieut. 

r.f.c, Lieut., July 1915; Injured Mar. 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 9th Sqdn.; 

Somme, (Apl. 1917); Injured May 1917; Instr., Salisbury Plains area; att. Can. 

Air F~orcc, Dec. 191 8. 
Dugcan, Robert Broddy; b.a. Victoria 1913; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

36tii Hn., litiit., Jan. 1915; France, Dec. 1915; Vimy sec; Musketry Instr., 

W. Sandling, Lieut., Capt.; Hdqrs., 5th Can. Div.; France, 2nd Bn., Can. m. 

G. Cps., 1918. 
Duggan, Sherman Francis; Applied Science 1918 (1922). 

1st Depot Bn., ist c.o.R., Pte.; u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., May 1918; o/s.. Cadet, 

Sept. 1918. 



256 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Dunbar, Ira William; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1919 (192 1). 

R.F.C, Cadet, Oct. 1917; k.a.f., Sec. Lieut., Apl. 1918; 254th Sqdn., June 1918; 

236th Sqdn., July 191 8; South Coast patrol. 
Dunbar, John Gardner; University Coll. 1914. 

70th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jiine 1916; France, Jan. 1917, 2nd Hwr. Bty.; Vimy, 

Hill 70, Passchendaele; Invalided Dec. 1917; France, Oct. 1918, 2nd Hwr. Bty. 
Dunbar, William Bowie; b.a.sc. 191 2. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1917; School of Musketry, m.d. 2, Sergt., Instr., 

Dec. 1917; C.E., Lieut., May 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Duncan, Charles Clinton; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; Cpl.; o/s. Sept. 1916; (Further details not 

available). 
Duncan, David Merritt; b.a. University Coll. 1894. 

43rd Bn., Capt., Dec. 1914; Major; France, Feb. 1916; Ypres, Somme, Arras 

Invalided and discharged May 191 7. 
Duncan, James Lewis; b.a. University Coll. 1910. 

29th Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., Oct. 1915; France, July 1916; nth Bde., CF.a., Capt. 

and Adjt.; 3rd Can. Div. Art., A/Staf? Capt., Dec. 1916; 38th Bty., c.f.a., 

Lieut., Aug. 1917; 2nd Can. Div. Art., Stafif Capt., Oct. 1917; d.a.a.g., 2nd Can. 

Div., Major, Dec. 1918; c.f.a., Capt., Nov. 1918; Ypres- Wytschaete, Somme, 

Vimy, Passchendaele, Vimy sec, Neuville Vitasse, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai-Mons; 

M.C., gaz. Jan. 1919. 
Duncan, John Moyle; b.a.sc. 1912. 

R.N., Engr.-Lieut., Sept. 1914; h.m.s. 'Victory', 'Jupiter'; 'Erin' (Jan. 1915); 

'Lion' for 'Inflexible' (Junei9i5); 'Dahlia' (May 1916), Chief Engr.; 'Orestes' 

(Apl. 1917), Chief Engr.; Grand Fleet; Admiralty, Nov. 191 8. 
Duncan, Wallace Steve'nson; Medicine 1920 (1921); 36th Regt., Lieut. 

126th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; ii6th Bn.; France, Nov. 1916, loth Bn.; Vimy; 

Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 191 7; M.c, Vimy, Apl. 191 7; Returned to complete 

course Aug. 1917. 
Duncan, Walter Cameron Cruickshank; University^Coll. 1919, (Applied Science 

R.N.C.V.R., w/t. Operator, 1916; h.m.c.s. 'Acadia"', Wt. Offr. [1922); c.o.t.c. 
Duncanson, Andrew Eastman;. Applied Science 1911; loth Regt., Capt. 

36th Bn., Capt., Apl. 1915; Major; France, Mar. 1917, 3rd Can. Inf. Bde. 

Hdqrs.; 6th Can. Inf. Bde. Hdqrs.; 2nd Can. Div. Hdqrs.; Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Cambrai, etc.; D.s.o.., Jan. i, 19 19; Des- 
patches June 1918, Nov. 1918. 
Dunfield, John Daniel; b.a. Trinity 1902, m.a. 1910. 

149th Bn., Major, Sept. 1916; France, July 1917, att. 38th Welsh Div. Hdqrs.; 

Ypres (1917), Somme, (Aug. -Nov. 1918). 
Dunkelberger, John William; b.v.sc. 1911. 

a.e.f. Vety. Res. Cps., att. Hdqrs. 78th Div., Sec. Lieut., June 1917; v.c.n.a., 1st 

Lieut., Mar. 1918; France, June 1918; Ypres, Arras sees., St. Mihiel, Meuse- 

Argonne. 
Dun'LOP, Hi'gh Carfrae; phm.b. 1902; 33rd Regt., Capt. 

71st Bn., Major, Oct. 1915; i6oth Bn.; France, Mar. 1918, 2nd Can. Pion. Bn., 

Capt.; 5th Bn., C.E., Apl. 1918; Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
DuNT-OP, Walter Stephen; University Coll. 1919 (1920); c.o.t.c, Sergt. 

c.a.m.c, Hdqrs. m.d. 7, Pte., Oct. 1917; r.f.c. Cadet, Jan. 1918; r.a.f. 
Dunn, Alexander Stanley; Medicine 1919; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Pte., Apl. 1915; c.a.s.c, att. No. 5 Fd. Amb., Aug. 

1915; France, Sept. 1915; c.a.s.c, Desp. Rider, Apl. 1916; 17th Lancashire 



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Fusiliers, Sec. Lieut., Aug. 1916; France, Sept. 1916; Injured Jan. 1917; 

Ypres, Armentieres, Somme, St. Quentin (Mar. 1917); R.F.c, Sec. Lieut., ApL 

1917; Lieut., Feb. 1918; r.a.f.; Peronne, Nieuport; Italy (Piave, Nov. 1918). 
Dunn, Elliott Arthur; Applied Science 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c. 

R.F.c, Cadet, Oct. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut., May 1918; Injured June 1918; 26th 

Sqdn., Scotland, July 1918. 
Dunn, John; Veterinar>^ Coll. 1912-14. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Capt., Mar. 1917; France, Maj' 1916, att. 307th 

Bde., R.F.A.; (Further details not available). 
Dunning, John Nelson; d.d.s. 1909. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Capt., 1916. 
Dupuis, Louis Fabien; d.d.s. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., 1916. 
Durant, W. Lorne; d.d.s. 1920. 

c.A.D.c, M.D. 2, Sergt., Aug. 191 7; m.d. 10. 
DuRBROW, Peter Anderson; Applied Science 1917 (1921); c.o.t.c 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; 17th Bty., Apl. 1917; 

R.A.F., Cadet, Mar. 1918; Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1919; St. Eloi, Somme, X'imj-, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele; Mil. Medal, Sept. 191 7. 
DuRNiN, Edward Warren; b.a. Victoria 191 1, Education 1914. 

C.E., Spr., Sept. 1918. 
DussEAU, Charles; Medicine 1922 (1923); c.o.t.c 

R.F.c, 3/a.m., Jan. 1918; 2/a.m., Feb. 1918; r.a.f.. Cadet, June 1918. 
Dustan, Ernest Bruce; Applied Science 1917, (b.a.sc. 1920); c.o.t.c 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; 23rd Hwr. Bty., Sept. 1915; France, Jan. 

1916; Wounded July 16, 191 6; Mil. Medal, Dec. 1917; Cadet; (Further details 

not available). 
Duthie, L. John; Applied Science 1907. 

C.E., No. I Tnlg. Coy., Lieut., July 1916; France, Feb. 1917; 4th Bn., ce., July 

1918; Ypres (1917), Amiens, etc. (1918). 
Duthie, Richard Clarke; b.v. Sc. 1914; (d.v. sc. 1920). 

13th C.M.R., L-'eut., Feb. 1915; Brit. Remount Comm., Capt., June 1915- 

Jan. 1919, Canada and U.S.A. 
DwYER, Charles Edward; St. Michael's 1920 (1921). 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Dyer, William Spafford; b.a. Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1916; r.f.a., Sec. Lieut., Sept. 1917; France, 

Nov. 1917, 'd' Bty., 152nd Bde., r.f.a.; 152nd Bde., Education OfFr., Nov. 

1 91 8; Lieut., Mar. 191 9; Cambrai (191 7), March Retreat, Ch&teau Thierry, 

Ypres, Courtrai; Gassed, Hazebrouck, May 191 8. 
Dykes, Philip John; b.a. Trinity 1913; c.o.t.c 

Can. Chaplain Svce., Capt., June 1918; att. ist Bn., ist Que. Regt., ^LD. 5; 

o/s. Aug. 1918; att. 3rd CE. Res. Bn.; France, Dec. 1918, 12th Bn., Can. Ry. 

Tps.; loth Bn. 
Dyment, Colin Victor; b.a. rni\ersity Coll. 1900. 

Amer. Red Cross, Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1918; ist Lieut., Dec. 1918; France, June 

1918; att. 91st Div., A.E.F.; Argonne (Sept. -Oct.), Scheldt-Audenarde (Oct.- 

Nov.). 
Dyment, Walter Allan; Inivcrsity Coll. 1912; i2lh Regt., Lieut. 

Can. Ry. Tps., Canada, Lieut., Oct. 1917-1918. 
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258 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Eadie, George Sharp; b.a. University Coll. 1915, Staff; Medicine 1918 (1921); 

C.E., Signals, Spr., Mar. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 5th Can. Inf. Bde., [c.o.T.c. 

Hdqrs. Signals; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele ; Returned to complete course 

Oct. 1918. 
Eadie, Gillies; b.a. University Coll. 1901. 

Chinese Labour Cps., Apl. 1917; War Off. Emigration Agency, Recruiting Off., 

Records Dept., May 1917; C.L.C. Pay Off., Asst. Chief, Chinese Staff, Apl. 1918; 

c.L.c. Head Off., Tsingtao, July 1918; Chief of Chinese Staff and Asst. Pmr., 

Dec. 1918; Mentioned, Services, 1919. 
Eadie, Louis Francis; Applied Science 1910, Diploma. 

75th Bn., Pte., July 1915; L-Cpl.; France, Aug. 1916; 75th Bn., Sergt., Nov. 

1^16; Lieut., Apl. 1917; Ypres sec, Somme, Vimy sec; 2nd Bn., Can. Garr. 

Regt., Asst. Adjt., Dec. 1917. 
Eager, Joseph Culloden; m.b. 1911. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. ID, Capt., Dec. 1915; o/s. Jan. 1916; m.o. nth Res. Bn. and 

104th En.; Injured July 1916; France, Sept. 1916, No. i Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

No. 13 Can. Fd. Amb., Nov. 1917; M.o. 78th Bn., Nov. 1917; Ypres — Amiens; 

Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918; m.c, gaz. Dec. 2, 1918; p.p.c.r.c. Hosp., 

Bexhill; No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Eaman, Wilbert Roy; d.d.s. 191 i. 

c..\.D.c., Lieut.; Capt., 1916. 
Earp, Ernest Charles; University Coll. 1903-06, Wycliffe. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 68th Bn., Capt., Mar. 1916; France^ Can. Base Depot; 

att. i6th Bn.; Vimy; Invalided June 1917; No. 10 Can. Gen. Hosp., Jan. 1918: 

Can. For. Cps., 51st Distr., Inverness; Discharged Sept. 1918. 
Earp, William Arthur; b.a. University Coll. 1910, Wycliffe. 

Chaplain Svce., India; att. Gurkha Regt., Dharmsala; y.m.c.a., Impl. Tps., 

Agra. 
Eastcott, James Cleave; Victoria 1920 (1922). 

72nd Bty., C.F.A., Dr., May 1917; A/Bdr., June 1917; A/Cpl., Dec. 1917; 

France, Aug. 1918, 4th Can. Div. Amm. Col., Dr.; Arras; Injured, Wancourt, 

Sept. 6, 1918. 
Eastham, Alfred; b.s.a. 1909. 

56th Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1915; France, Jan. 1916, 6th Can. Bde. m.g. Coy.; Capt., 

o.c; Major; St. Eloi, Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70; N. Russia, Murmansk, 

Sept. 1918; m.c, gaz. Jan. 1917; D.s.o., Nadvoitsa, N. Russia, Feb. 1919; 

Despatches June 1919. 
Eastman, Mack; b.a. University Coll. 1907. 

196th Bn., Pte., Dec 1916; Sergt.; France, Nov. 1917, 29th Bn., Pte.; Bn. 

Scout N.C.O., Apl. 1918; B.C. Regt., Lieut., Nov. 1918; Vimy-Arras sec, Amiens, 

Arras; Can. Cps., Lecturer in History. 
Easton, George Stuart; b.a. University Coll. 1913; 26th Regt., Lieut. 

iioth Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; Lieut., Apl. 1916; y.m.c.a., Capt., Sept. 1916; 

France, Sept. 1917, att. Can. Cps. Hdqrs.; Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Mons. 
Eastwood, John Hubert; b.a.sc. 1916; c.o.T.c; 57th Regt., Lieut. 

93rd Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; Capt., Mar. 1916; France, May 1917, 2nd Bn., 

Lieut.; att. Can. Cps. Tramways, Oct. -Nov. 1917; 2nd Bn., Dec. 1917; Capt., 

Oct. 191 8; Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, etc.; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 191 8. 
Eby, Hilbert; Applied Science 1917; c.o.T.c 

59th Bty., C.F.A., Sgr., Mar. 1916; 14th Bde. Hdqrs., cf.a.; France, Dec. 1917, 

2nd Bty.; Lens- Arras sec, Amiens — Cambrai, etc. 



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Eby, Wilbert Harold; b.a. Victoria 1911, m.b. 1913; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

c.A.M.c. (Act. Mil.), Capt., May 1916; c.a.m.c. (c.e.f.), Asst. s.M.o., Toronto 
Armouries; o/s. June 1918; Risboro' Bks.; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Pres. 
Med. Bd., 1918-19. 

ECCLESTONE, WiLFRED MaRLOW; M.B. I9IO. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Capt., July 1917; o/s. Aug. 1917; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; 

France, Oct. 1918, No. 55 Brit. Gen. Hosp. 
Edgar, David Keithock; University Coll. 1900; Impl. Army, r.e., Capt. 

R.E., India, Capt., Aug. 1914; M.E.F.; Mesopotamia, Apl. 1916; Works Direc- 
torate; Asst. Dir. Works, m.e.f., T/Major, June 1916; Major, June 1917; 

Dep. Dir. Works, m.e.f., T/Col., Feb. 1918; Dir. Works, m.e.f., Apl. 1919; 

Bt. Lt.-Col., June 1919; d.s.c, Sept. 1917; Despatches Aug. 1917, Aug. 1918, 

June 1919. 
Edgar, Oscar Pelham; b.a. University Coll. 1892; Staff, Victoria; loth Regt. and 

Kapuskasing Camp Guard, Lieut., Capt., 1916, 1917. [c.o.T.c, Lieut. 

Edge, Hugh Percy; b.a. Victoria 1909; c.o.T.c. 

147th Bn., Lieut., June 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 15th Bn.; Capt., Dec. 1917; 

Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras; Wounded, Arras, 

Sept. I, 1918; M.C., gaz. 1919. 
Edgecombe, George Harold; b.sc.f. 1910; 19th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

3rd Can. Div. Amm. Col., Lieut., Jan. 1916; 8th Comp. Bty., Garr. Art., St. 

John, N.B., Jan. -Feb. 1916; France, July 1916, 3rd Can. Div. Amm. Col.; 3rd 

Can. Div. Tr. Mortars, Sept. 1916; 3rd c.d.a.c, Dec. 1916; 32nd Bty., c.f.a., 

Mar. 1917; 1st Bty., Aug. 1917; D/23rd Bty., Capt., Oct. 1918; A/Major, 

O.C, Feb. 1919; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
Edmison, Thomas Bickerton; m.b. 1903. 

c.A.M.c, Capt.; Ramsgate Mil. Hosp., 1916; (Further details not available). 
Edmonds, Charles William; Applied Science 1916, (b.a.sc 1919); c.o.T.c 

25th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; Bdr.; France, Jan. 1916; Ypres, Somme, 

Vimy; Wounded May 5, 191 7; Discharged Apl. 191 8. 
Edmonds, Ernest Walter; Victoria 1917, (Education 1920); c.o.T.c 

C.E., Signals, Spr., May 1916; France, May 1917, 3rd Can. Div. Sig. Coy.; 

Hill 70, Passchendaele, Nieppe Forest, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Gassed, 

Hill 70, Sept. 4, 1917. 
Edmonds, George Edward; b.a. University Coll. 191 1; c.o.T.c 

Y.M.C.A., Lieut., May 1917; Godalming; France, Oct. 1918, att. loth Bde.; 4th 

Can. Pion. Bn. 
Edmonds, Lewis Cawsey; m.b. 1918; c.o.T.c 

C.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Lieut., May 1918; att. r.a.f.; Toronto Gen. Hosp., Mil. Dept. 
Edmonds, William Brodie; Medicine 1919 (1921); c.o.T.c 

r.n.a.s.. Fit. Sub-Lieut., Dec. 1915; r.g.a.. Sec. Lieut.; France, Feb. 1917, 48th 

Siege Bty.; Arras (1917), BuUecourt, Messines, Ypres; Wounded, Ypres, July 

23, 1917; Invalided Aug. 1918. 
Edmunds, J. A.; Veterinary Coll. 1913-15. 

R.a.v.c, Lieut.; (Further details not available.) 
Edward, Eva Norine Butler (Mrs.); b.a. University Coll. 1909. 

St. John's Amb. Assoc, v. A. D., June 1917; Brit. Red Cross .\nib. Driver; France, 

Oct. 191 7; Red Cross Motor Amb. Convoy, Etaplcs base. 
Edward, Mary^Lee; b.a. University Coll. 1906, m.b. 1908. 

France, Mar. 1918, att. loth French Army Mil. Hosp., Surg.; Lieut.; French 

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Edwards, Clement; b.a.sc. 1909. 

R.F.c, Sec. Lieut., Eqpt. Offr., Oct. 1917; o/s. Dec. 1917; r.a.f., May 1918; 

France, May 1918, 1st Aircraft Park; 22nd Sqdn.; 'l' Flight; ist Wing Hdqrs.; 

2nd Sqdn.; Lens, Arras, Cambrai. 
Edwards, Edwin Wesley; b.a. Victoria 1899, m.a. 1912. 

34th Bn., Pte., Nov. 1915; Lieut., Feb. 1916; 39th Bn.; France, Aug. 1917, 

2ist Bn.; Capt., Sept. 1918; Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — 

Mens; Wounded, Fransart, Aug. 11, 1918; Gassed, Mons, Nov. 9, 1918; M.c, 

Mens, Nov. 9, 191 8. 
Edwards, Evan; b.sc. (Wales); Staff 1914-15. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; R.G.A., Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1915; Lieut., Oct. 

1917; Admiralty, Torpedoes and Mines Dept., Nov. 1917. 
Edwards, Frank Webber; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921; c.o.x.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn.; o/s. June 1918. 
Edwards, Gordon Ross; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.x.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1917; Musketry Sch., m.d. 2, A/Sergt., Instr.; 

C.E., Lieut.; o/s. June 1918. 
Edwards, John Charles Richard; Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.x.c. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., May 191 8; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; Mediterranean, Aug. 1918; 

Black Sea Sqdn., Apl. 1919; Crimean coast. 
Edworthy, Silvanus; Victoria 191 9. 

1st Bn., W.O.R., Pte., May 1918; Discharged, medically unfit, June 1918. 
Eede, John Russell Lowell; m.b. 1918; c.o.x.c. 

C.A.M.C, m.d. 2, Lieut., May 1918. 
Effrick, John Burton Munro; Victoria 1919; c.o.x.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Fd. Amb. Depot, Pte., Feb. 1916; France, Feb. 1917, No. 2 Can. 

San. Sec; r.a.f.. Cadet, July 1918. 
Elder, Roberx Caswell; b.s.a. 1918. 

W.O.R., Pte., May 1918; r.a.f.. Cadet, July 1918. 
Eldon, Frank Irving; University Coll. 1918 (1921); c.o.x.c. 

67th, u. of X., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 2nd Bty., c.f.a.; 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70; Gassed, Hill 70, Aug. 7, 191 7; France, Oct. 191 8. 
Elkerxon, Frank James; m.b. 1917; c.o.x.c. 

C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Lieut., Mar. 1917; o/s. Nov. 1917; Risboro' Bks., 

Shorncliffe; Etchinghill Hosp., Mar. 1918; France, Nov. 1918, No. 20 Impl. 

Hosp.; Witley Spec. Hosp., Feb. 1919. 
Ellah, Joseph Nelson; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut.; Capt.; Mesopotamia, Apl. 191 7; (Further details not available) . 
Elliox, Henry Charles S.; m.d., cm. Trinity 1888, l.r.c.p. (Ed.); c.a.m.c. Major. 

C.A.M.C, No. 2 Sta. Hosp., Major, Aug. 1914; France, Nov. 1914, i/c No. 2 

Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp., Nov. 1915; Lt.-Col., Dec. 1916; No. 5 

Can. Fd. Amb., Oct. 1917; Lens, Passchendaele; No. 2 Can. Gen. Hosp., 

Nov. 1917; No. 13 Can. Gen. Hosp., o.c, Apl. 1918; 1914 Star; o.b.e., June 

1919. 
Elliox, Hugh Alexander; b.a. University Coll. 1914, m.b.'i9i6; c.o.x.c. 

C.A.M.C, M.D. 2, Lieut., Dec. 1916; o/s. Mar. 1917; Mil. Hosp., Folkestone; 

Capt.; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, Aug. 191 8, No. 11 Can. Fd. Amb.; 

Valenciennes. 
Elliox, Reginald Vallack; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.x.c. 

u. of X. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; o/s. May 1918; r.g.a., Cadet; att. 

r.f.a. 



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Elliott, Albert Edward; Victoria 1915. 

125th Bn., Pte., Jan. 1916; CpL, Feb. 1916; France, Mar. 1918, p.p.c.l.i., Pte.; 

Lens-Arras, Amiens; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 12, 1918. 
Elliott, Alexander Smith; d.d.s. 1906. 

c.A-.D.c, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt.; France, Nov. 1918, No. 5 Can. Fd. Amb. 
Elliott, Arthur Henry; Education 1913. 

C.A.M.c, Pte., Dec. 1915; 75th Bn., Sgr.; France, Aug. 1916; Ypres sec, Somme; 

Wounded, Regina Trench, Oct. 25, 1916; Discharged Sept. 1917. 
Elliott, Colin Eraser; b.a.sc. 191 2. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Lieut., 1916; Impl. Hvy. Artill.; France; Reptd. 

wounded Aug. 27, 1918; Gassed Sept. 24, 1918. 
Elliott, Donald George; University Coll. 1920; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.s.c, t. d.. No. I Coy., Pte., Nov. 1917; (Further details not available). 
Elliott, Everett Victor; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1918; c.o.t.c, Sergt. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., Mar. 1916; Sergt., Apl. 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916; France, Apl. 1917; 

75th Bn., Pte.; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, 

Wounded, Arras, Sept. 2, 1918. 
Elliott, Frederick William; Education 1913; c.s.c.i. 

C.A.M.c, Pte., Dec. 1915; 75th Bn., Pte., Sgr., Dec. 1915; France, Aug. 1916; 

Sergt., May 1917; Ypres sec, Somme, Vimy; Wounded and shell-shocked, 

Courcelette, Oct. 25, 1916; r.f.c. Cadet, Aug. 1917; Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1917; 

Instr., Canada, Dec. 1917; R.A.F. 
Elliott, George Bruce Sloan; Forestry 191 7 (1923); 79th Regt. 

Strathcona Horse, CpL, Dec. 1914; France, Dec. 1915, Strathcona Horse, Tpr.; 

L-Cpl., May 1916; Cpl., Jan. 1919; Messines, Somme, St. Quentin, 1916; 

Equancourt, St. Quentin, Cambrai, 1917; St. Quentin, Amiens, Le Cateau, 1918. 
Elliott, George Reginald; b.a.sc 1912; Corps of Guides, Lieut. 

Can. Cyclist Cps., Lieut., Aug. 1915; ce., 5th Div. Sig. Coy.; France, Nov. 

1916; Discharged Sept. 191 7. 
Elliott, Herman James; Applied Science 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c 

CE. Signals, Spr., 1916; o/s.; Hdqrs., 5th Div. Sig. Coy. 
Elliott, M.vlcolm Stanley; b.a. University Coll. 1915, Victoria; c.o.t.c 

227th Bn., Sergt., 1916; Lieut., Jan. 1917; 51st Bn., Can. Def. Force, Mar. 

1917; 1st Bn., 1st C.O.R., Jan. 1918; France, Apl. 1918, Ii6th Bn.; Arras sec, 

Amiens; Wounded (amputation), Monchy, Aug. 28, 1918. 
Elliott, Orville Ard; d.d.s. 1910. 

C.A.M.c, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Lieut., Aug. 1914; Capt.; c.a.d.c, No. 5 Fd. Amb., 

Capt., June 1915; France, Sept. 1915; ALijor; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, Somme, Oct. 11, 1916; D.s.o., 

Neuville Vitasse-Wancourt-Cherisy, Aug. 26-29, 1918; Bar to D.s.o., Iwuy, Oct. 

11,1918; Despatches July 1919. 
Elliott, Reginald John; Medicine 1919; c.o.t.c; 49th Regt., Lieut. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; 39th Hn., Lieut., Apl. 1915; R.f.c, July 

1916; France, Oct. 1916, 52nd and 94th Sqdns.; r.a.f., Capt. and Fit. Cmdr., 

Apl. 191 8; Somme, Cambrai, etc. 
Elliott, Thomas Rose; V'ictoria 191 6. 

63rd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Feb. 1917; Sergt.; 64th Bty., Lieut., Jan. 1918; o/s. 

Apl. 1918. 
Elliott, William Boyd; Applied Science 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Mar. 1917; r.f.c, Cadet, Apl. 1917; Sec. Lieut., 

Aug. 1917; France, Apl. 1918, r.a.f., Lieut.; Capt., June 1918; d.f.c, Feb. 

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Ellis, Arthur \Villl\m Mickle; b.a. University Coil. 1906, m.b. 1908. 

c.A.M.c, No. I Gen. Hosp., Capt., Sept. 1914; Can. Mob. Labty.; France, Mar. 

1915; Major, Dec. 1916; No. 5 Can. Mob. Labty., o.c; Asst. Adviser in 

Pathology, 4tii Army, Apl. 1918; ist Army, 1915; 2nd Army, 1916-18; 4th 

Army 1918-19; o.b.e., June 1919; Despatches June 1917, June 1918, July 1919. 
Ellis, G.\rnet Cromwell; b.s..\. 1913. 

2nd Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., May 1915; France, Aug. 1915, p.p.C.L.I.; Somme, 

Vpres; Wounded, Sanctuary Wood, June 2, 1916; Discharged June 191 7. 
Ellis, H.\rold Hodgson; b..\. University Coll. 1911; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

37th Bn., Lieut., June 1915; France, May 1916, 7th Bn.; Ypres; Wounded, 

Zillebeke, June 3, 1916; Staff, Minister of Militia, Ottawa, Jan. 1917; Staff 

Lieut. (A/Capt.), June 1918; Mentioned, Services, Feb. 1919. 
Ellis, Leon McIntosh; b.sc.f. 1911; 103rd Regt. 

242nd For. Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1916; Can. For. Cps.; France, Jan. 1917, 20th Coy., 

Exploitation Supt.; Can. For. Cps. Directorate Staff, Asst. Chief Forest Offr.; 

Capt., Nov. 1917; i/c Appraisal, etc., of properties. Western Front, Normandy 

to Jura. 
Ellis, Matthew Langdon; b.a. University Coll. 1911; c.o.t.c; 2nd Regt., Lieut. 

83rd Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1915; Can. m.g. Cps.; France, July 1916, 9th Can. M.G. 

Coy.; Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Wounded, Bellevue Spur, 

Oct. 26, 1917; Discharged Sept. 1918; m.c, Bellevue Spur, Oct. 26, 1917. 
Ellis, Stayner; m.b. 1910; c.a.m.c. No. 14 Fd. Amb., Capt. 

c..\.M.c., No. 2 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Sept. 1914; France, Feb. 1915, No. 2 Can. 

Gen. Hosp., Adjt.; Major, Dec. 1916; Granville Can. Spec. Hosp., 2nd i/c, Feb. 

1917; D.A.D.M.S., Ripon area, Apl. 1919. 
Ellsworth, Lorne H.\ll; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14; 2nd Dragoons. 

R..\.V.C., Lieut., Mar. 1915; France, July I9i5,att. i8th Div.; Somme; Wounded, 

Buire-sur-l'Ancre, Jan. 21, 1916; Discharged Apl. 1916. 
Elwood, Arthur Leslie; University Coll. 1912, Wycliffe. 

13th Lincolnshire Regt., Pte., 1916; Invalided and discharged 1918. 
Embree, Melville Hamilton; b.a. University Coll. 1901, m.b. 1904. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut.; France, No. 112 Fd. Amb.; Invalided Oct. 1916; Discharged 

1917. 
Embury, John Fletcher L.; University Coll. 1899; 95th Regt., Lt.-Col. 

28th Bn., Lt.-Col., o.c, Oct. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; Kemmel, St. Eloi, Ypres, 

Somme; Wounded, Courcelette, Sept. 14, 1916; 13th Bde., 5th Can. Div., Brig.- 

Gen., o.c, Nov. 1916; France, Oct. 19 17; t/g.o.c, 2nd Bde., Jan. -Mar. 1918; 

G.o.c, Can. Sec, g.h.q., ist Echelon, June 1918; c.m.g., June 1916; cb., June 

1919; Despatches June 1916, May 1918, Mar. 1919, July 1919. 
Emmerson, Eric Roy; b.a.sc 1915; c.o.t.c. 

R.N.V.R., Motor boat patrol, Sub-Lieut., May 1916; h.m.m.l. 447; Lieut., i/c 

h.m.m.l. 447, 1917. 
Emmet, Arthur George; University Coll. 1909, Wycliffe. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 98th Bn., Capt., May 1915; o/s. July 1916; 13th Bde., 

C.F.A., Oct. 1916; France, Feb. 1917, ist Can. Inf. Bde. 
Enright, Percy Joseph; St. Michael's 1921 (1919-20). 

1st Bn., 1st co.R., Pte., Jan. 1918; France, Oct. 1918, 3rd Bde., ist Div. c.c.R.c; 

2nd and ist c.l.w. Coys., Cpl.; Can. War Graves Detacht., 1919. 
Evans, Arthur Carson; b.a.sc 1915. 

8th Bde. Hdqrs., c.f.a., Jan. 1916; 12th Bde. Amm. Col., Sergt.; 5th Can. Div. 

Amm. Col.; France, Aug. 1917; Hill 70, Arras; CE., Lieut., Nov. 1918. 



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Evans, Delbert A.; m.b. 1903. 

R.A.M.C., Lieut., 1914; Capt.; Dardanelles, 1915; Egypt, 1916-17; India; 

France; (Cologne, 1920); (Further details net available). 
Evans, Donald Thomas; m.b. 191 i. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut.; Capt.; Mesopotamia, 1916; France, Nov. 1916, Fd. Amb.; 

(Further details not available). 
Evans, Edward; b.a. University Coll. 1912, (Staff 1919-20, m.a. 1920). 

Chinese Labour Cps., Sec. Lieut., June 1917; France, July 1917, 6th Group; 

Lieut., Dec. 1918; A/Capt., Mar. 1919. 
Evans, Elbert Van; University Coll. 1920 (1923). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Oct. 1916; France, July 1917, 12th Bty.; Hill 

70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded and gassed, Passchen- 

daele, Oct. 1917; Wounded, Cambrai, Sept. 1918; Mil. Medal, Passchendaele. 
Evans, Graham Thomas; University Coll. 1917, (b.a. 1918); c.o.t.c; g.g.b.g., Lieut. 

Kapuskasing Camp, Lieut.; 124th Bn., Lieut., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 

2ist Bn.; Loos sec, Vimy; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 23, 1917; Invalided Oct. 1917. 
Evans, Joseph Austin; m.b. 1907; 34th Regt., Lieut. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., May 1915; No. 48 Fd. Amb.; Dardanelles, Aug. 1915; Salonica, 

Oct. 1915, No. 25 C.C.S.; Invalided Oct. 1915; No. 17 Gen. Hosp., Feb. 1916; 

Discharged Aug. 1916. 
Evans, Stanley Livingstone; Applied Science 1908, Diploma, b.a.sc. 1910. 

C.E., Lieut.; (Further .details not available.) 
Evans, Thomas Charles; b.v.sc. 1910, d.v.sc. 1912; c.a.v.c, Capt. 

c.A.v.c, Capt., Aug. 1914; France, Apl. 1915, i/c No. i Can. Vety. Hosp., Le 

Havre; No. 5 Impl. Vety. Hosp., Abbeville, June 1915; V.O., 5th Bde., 2nd Div., 

C.F.A., Eng., Dec. 1915; France, Jan. 1916; a.d.v.s., 2nd Can. Div., Major, 

Apl. 1917; Bt. Lt.-Col., June 1917; Lt.-Col., Apl. 1919; Pathologist, Impl. 

Army Vety. School, Aldershot, June-Oct. 1918; St. Eloi, Ypres, Somme, Vimy, 

Passchendaele, Cambrai, etc. (191 8); M.C., gaz. Jan. i, 19 16; Despatches 

Jan. 1916, Jan. 1918, July 1919. 
Evans, Wellesley Dorland; b.a. University Coll. and Trinity 1916, (Staff 1920). 

4th Can. Div. Cycle Coy., Pte., Mar. 1916; Can. m.g. Cps., June 1917; France, 

Nov. 1917, 3rd Bde. Can. m.g. Coy.; 1st Bn. Can. M.G. Cps.; Can. Cps. Sig. 

Coy., Interpreter, Aug. 1918; Lens-Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, etc. 
Evelyn, Stephen Jemmot; Med. 1917, (m.b. 1919); c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Pte., Mar. 1915; Cpl., July 1915; Salonica, Oct. 

1915; Sergt.; Staff Sergt., May 1917; Returned to complete course Oct. 1917. 
Everest, Robert Edgar; b.s.a. 1905. 

5th Bn., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Aj^l. 1915, 4th Bn.; Ypres; Invalided May 

1915; C.A.M.C, No. 9 Gen. Hosp., Jan. 1916; France, Nov. 1917, 35th Bty., 

C.F.A., Gnr.; Lens- Arras sec, Amiens, Arras; Wounded, Dury, Sept. 2, 19x8. 
Ewart, Eli Wilson; Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c, Sergt. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., Apl. 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 'Veronica'; Corfu- 

Otranto, Adriatic. 
EwENS, Harry Brown; m.b. 1909. 

C.A.M.C, Base Hosp., m.d. 2, Lieut., Feb. 1917; Capt.; O/'s. June 1917; France, 

Oct. 1918. 
Ewing, Charles Mansfeld; Education 1913. 

83rd Bn., Pte, Aug. 1915; C.Q.M.S.; France, Mar. 1918, 75th Bn.; \'iiiiy sec, 

Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Invalided Oct. 1918. 
Ewing, Ernest Olliphant; b.a.sc 1913; c.o.t.c 

V. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte, Oct. 1917; ce., Lieut., May 1918; o/s. Aug. 1918. 



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EwixG, Francis James; m.d., cm. Trinity 1890. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. II, Capt., Oct. 1915: 0/5. Jan. 1916; d.a.d.m.s., Shomcliffe, June 
1916; c.A.M.c. Hdqrs., London, Oct. 1916; q.m.g. Dept., Hdqrs., London, Nov. 
1916; c.A.s.c, Can. Hdqrs. Staff, London, Asst. Dir. Supplies and Tpt., Major; 
A.D. of s. and Chief Inspector, Army Catering. 

Eyres, Henry Herbert; m.b. 1910. 

c.A.M.c, m.d. 2, Lieut., May 1915; Capt.; France, Apl. 1916, Xo. 9 Can. Fd. 
Amb.; Ypres, Sanctuary- Wood; Invalided June 1916; King's Can. Red Cross 
Hosp., Bushey Park, July 1916; Can. Oflfrs. Hosp., London, June 1919. 

Eyres, James Arthur; Victoria 19 19; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. OS. Tr. Coy., Pte., Dec. 1916; r.n.a.s., p.f.o., Oct. 1917; Fit. Sub- 
Lieut., Mar. 1918; R.A.F., Lieut., Apl., 1918; Injured May 1918; France, 
June 191 8; Nieuport — Roulers, Le Cateau. 

Faed, Percival Elmore; m.b. 1913; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

CA.M.c, Toronto Mobn. Centre, Capt., Mar. 191 7; China, Aug. 1917; British 

and Canadian Recruiting Mission, Boston, May-Oct. 1918. 
F.AJR, William Henry; Victoria 1916. 

215th En., Sergt.; u. of t. o, 5. Tr. Coy., Pte.; r.f.c, Cadet, Dec. 1916; (Further 

details not available). 
F.\iRCLOUGH, Henry Rushton; b.a. University Coll. 1883, m.a. 1885, ph.d. (Johns 

Amer. Red Cross, Swiss Comm., Eerne, Chief of Div., i c Belgian [Hopkins). 

Relief; Amer. Red Cross Comm., Monten^ro, Lt.-Col.; Serbian Order of St. 

Sava, Cmdr.; Serbian Cross of the White Eagle; Cross of Serbian Red Cross; 

Cross of Order of Danilo, Montenegro; Belgian Ordre de la Couronne, Officier. 
Fairclough, Herbert Wellington James; b.a.sc 1918; c.o.t.c 

Can. Ry. Constr. Depot, m.d. 2, Pte., Apl. 1918; France, July 1918, 58th Broad 

Gauge Coy., Spr. 
Fairhead, Newman .\llan; Applied Science 1913. 

c.A.s.c, Lieut., July 1916; France, 2nd Div. Mech. Tpt.; Capt.; (Further 

details not available). 
Fallis, Leslie Clinton; m.b. 1915: c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.c, No. 16 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Feb. 1916; o/s. Apl. 1916; France, July 

1917, No. 3 Can. Gen. Hosp. 
Fallis, Millard Power; Applied Science 1916. 

249th En., Pte., Nov. 1916; Hdqrs., m.d. 12, Instr.; m.d. 5, Sergt., Instr.; 

France, May 191 8, 5th En., Pte.; 2nd Motor m.g. Bde., Despatch-rider and 

Scout, June 1918; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mens. 
Fargey, Thomas Archie; b.a.sc 1915. 

R.A.F., Cadet, Jan. 1918; Discharged June 1918. 
Farmer, George De\-ey; m.d., cm. Trinity 1891; c.a.m.c, No. 12 Fd. Amb., Major, 

c.A.M.c, No. 5 Fd. Amb., Lt.-Col., o.c, Nov. 1914; France, Sept. [o.c 

1915; Kemmel-Ypres sec, Somme, Lens sec; No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp., o.c, Nov. 

1916; No. 5 Can. Gen. Hosp., Col., o.c, Dec. 1917; c.b.e., Jan. 1919; .Men- 
tioned, Services, Apl. 1919. 
Farmer, George Ricil\rd Devey; m.b. 191 8; c.o.t.c 

c.A.M.c, m.d. 2, Lieut., May 1918. 
Farmer, Harold Nash; b.a. Trinity 1911, m.a. 1916. 

Can. Cyclist Cps., Pte., Mar. 1916; c.a.p.c, London, Oct. 1916; Invalided and 

discharged -•\pl. 1918. 
Farncomb, Hugh Frederick; Medicine 192 1, (Applied Science 1923). 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., Nov. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut., .Apl. 1918; Mudros, Aug. 

1918; Mudros, Sta\Tos, Imbros; Injured, Imbros, Sept. 30, 1918. 



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Farquharson, Charles Donald; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Dec. 1916; o/s. Mar. 1917; No. 11 Can. Gen. Hosp.; m.o. Can. 

Res. Cyclists; No. 15 Can. Gen. Hosp., Capt.; France, Sept. 1918, No. 10 Can. 

Fd. Amb.; Valenciennes-Mons. 
Farquharson, Ray Fletcher; Medicine 1922. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., ApL 1918; Returned to complete course Oct. 

1918. 
Farrell, Allan Caton; b.a. Victoria 1901. 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. 175th Bn., Capt., Sept. 1916; France, Aug. 1917, No. 

3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; 38th Bn., Oct. 1917; 44th Bn., Nov. 1917; Arras sec, 

Amiens, Arras, etc. 
Farrell, Andrew Richard; m.d., cm. Trinity 1900. 

c.A.M.c, M.o. 7th Bde. Hdqrs., Capt., Oct. 1914; o/s. July 1915; m.o. Can. Res. 

Art., Dec. 1915; Transport duty, Aug. 1916; i/c c.a.d.d., Nov. 1916; c.\.t.d., 

Dec. 1916; Invalided May 1917. 
Farrell, J. T.; Veterinary Coll. 1910-12. 

R.A.V.C, Lieut.; (Further details not available), 
Farrell, Michael Ignatius; b.v.sc 191 7. 

R.A.V.C, Lieut., Apl. 1917; Capt., Apl. 1918; A/Major, Dec. 1918; Salcnica, 

att. 31st Bde., r.f.a., 28th Div.; 3rd Bde., R.f.a.; Struma Valley, Doiran; 

Constantinople, att. 130th Bde., r.f.a. 
Farrell, Vance Ronald; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

c.A.D.c, M.D. 2, Pte., June 1917. 
Farrelly, Thomson J.; Applied Science 191 1, Diploma. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., 1916; France, Cps. Hdqrs., Cable sec; Cadet, Nov. 1917. 
Fasken, Joseph Elgin; Applied Science 1918 (1921); c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; 51st Bty.; France, Aug. 1917; Arras- 
Lens sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai, Valenciennes. 
Fasken, Samuel Albert; b.a. University Coll. 1916, (Education 1920). 

224th Bn., Pte.; Cpl.; o/s May 1916; Hdqrs., London, Qr. -Mr. Staff, Pte.; 

Cpl., Q.M.S., Jan. 1918. 
Fassel, Elgin George; University Coll. 1916; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; L-Cpl. 
Falxkner, Colin Benjamin; Victoria 1919. 

C.E., Spr., July 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918. 
Fawcett, John Purvis; University Coll. 1915, m.d., cm. (McG.); 13th Regt., Lieut. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Apl. 1918; o, s. Aug. 1918; Capt. 
Fawcett, John Thomas; Education 1915. 

R.CG.A., M.D. 6, Gnr., Apr. 1918. 
Feasby, Harold George; Education 1915; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn.; o s. June 1918. 
Feick, Thomas Burton; Medicine 1918 (1920). 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., 1917; h.m.s. 'Phoebe'; Returned to complete course Apl. 

1918. 
Feiling, Keith G.; b.a. (Oxon.); Staff 1907-09. 

3rd Black Watch, Sec. Lieut.; att. Gen. Staff, a.h.q., India, Lieut., Oct. 1915; 

Central Recruiting Bd., Secty., 1917-19; Capt., 1917; o.b.e. 
Felker, Stewart Randall; Victoria 1914-15, Education 1916. 

y.m.ca., May 1917; India, Aug. 1917. ' 

Fell, Francis Dawson; Medicine 1922; c.o.t.c 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; c.a.m.c, Pte., Aug. 1918. 



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Fellowes, Kenneth Cameron; Applied Science 1913- 

84th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1915; 25th Bn.; Invalided Oct. 1916. 

Fenech, Harold Bartholomew; University Coll. 1919- 
R.A.F., Cadet, June 1918. 

Fennell, Arthur Bertram; b.a. Victoria 1906, m.a. 1910, Admin. Staff; c.o.t.c, 
5th Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Lieut., D^c. 1915; France, June 1916, [Lieut, 

P.P.C.L.I.; 2nd Can. Div. Sig. Coy., 5th Inf. Bde., Dec. 1916; Ypres, Somme, 
Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Invalided Dec. 1917; CE. T. D., Seaford, Mar. 
1918; Siberian Ex. F., 6th Sig. Coy., Capt., Sept. 1918; M.c, Hill 70, Aug. 15, 
1917. 

Fennell, Robert Elmer; Victoria 191 5. 

C.G.A., Cobourg Hvy. Bty., Gnr., Apl. 1917; France, Aug. 1917, 4th Can. Siege 
Bty.; att. 227th and 324th Bties., r.g.a.; Gassed, Passchendaele, Oct. 11, 1917; 
Y.M.C.A., Seaford, Lieut., Mar. 1918. 

Fenwick, Charles Philip; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.a.m.c, m.o. 1st Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Capt., June 1916; France, Oct. 1916; 
No. I Can. Gen. Hosp., Sept. 1917; m.o. ist Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Oct. 1917; 
Can. Mil. Hosp., Etchinghill, Sept. 1918; No. 13 Can. Gen. Hosp., Dec. 1918; 
a.d.m.s. Off., Ripon; Somme, Peronne, St. Julien — 'Pilkem (1917), Amiens; 
M.c, Somme, Feb. 1917. 

Ferguson, Donald Gregor; b.a.sc. 1914; loth Regt., Lieut. 

123rd Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; 123rd Can. Pion. Bn.; France, Mar. 1917; 9th 
Bn., C.E., Capt., May 1918; 8th Bn., C.E., Oct. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchen- 
daele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 

Ferguson, Duncan James; d.d.s. 1919; c.o.t.c. 

70th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., May 1918; C.A.d.c, Pte. 

Ferguson, George Hendry; b.a.sc. 1906; Can. Hydrol. Cps., Capt. 

C.E., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Oct. 1916, 3rd Army Tps., c.e.; nth Fd. Coy., 
C.E., Mar. 1917; Capt., May 1918; Somme, Vimy, Lens, Passchendaele, Arras- 
Lens; Injured and invalided June 1918; m.c, Passchendaele, Oct. 1917. 

Ferguson, Hugh Edg^^r; m.b. 1914. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut.; Capt.; Toronto Mobn. Centre, Oct. 1915-1919. 

Ferguson, John; b.a. University Coll. 1915. 
R.A.F., Cadet, Oct. 1918. 

Ferguson, John Stanley; Medicine 1920 (1921); c.o.t.c 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Sub-Lieut., May 1918; H.M.s. 'Wyncote', June 1918; Trans- 
Atlantic escort. 

Ferguson, Joseph Roy; University Coll. 1918. 

4th Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., Oct. 1915; France, Mar. 1916, p.p.c.l.i.; L-Cpl., 
Cpl., Sergt.; Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 1917; r.f.c, Jan. 
1918; Sec. Lieut.; r.a.f., Lieut.; gthSqdn.; Peronne, St. Quentin, Cambrai. 

Ferguson, Thomas Washington; m.d., cm. Trinity 1901. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 

Fergusson, Adam Tower; b.a.sc 191 1 ; 30th Regt., Lieut. 

241st Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1916; France, Mar. 1918, 18th Bn.; Arras sec, Amiens, 
Arras, Cambrai, etc.; M.c, Fransart, Aug. 16, 1918. 

Fergusson, Charles Douglas; Veterinary Coll. 1915-17; c.o.t.c 
c.A.v.c, Lieut., July 1918. 

Fergusson, George Arthur; B.A.Victoria 1900. 

241st Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1916; France, Aug. 1917, 15th Bn.; Lens, Passchendaele, 
Arras sec, Amiens; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 9, 1918. 



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Fergusson, Neil Colquhoun; University ColL 1918. 

14th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Nov. 1914; c.a.s.c, No. 2 r.s.d., Lieut.; France, Sept. 
1915, 4th Bn., Lieut.; Ypres, Lens, Passchendaele; Wounded, Mt. Sorrel, June 
24, 1916, and Lens, Sept. 1917; Discharged June 1918. 

Ferrie, Gordon Campbell; University Coll. J914. 

86tli Bn., Lieut., 1915; Capt., Major; France, Dec. 1916, 2nd Can. M.G. Coy.; 
Wounded May 19 17. 

Ferfier, Douglas Walter; Applied Science 1917; c.o.t.c; c.f.a., Lieut. 

Att. R.C.H.A., Lieut., Instr., Jan. 1916; France, Aug. 1916, iith Bty., c.f.a.; 
3rd Bde., C.F.A., Adjt., Jan. 1918; 4th Can. Div. Hdqrs., A/Staff Capt., Aug., 
1978; R.A. Cps. Hdqrs., Staff Learner, Sept. 1918; 4th Can. Div. Art., Reconn, 
Ofifr., Jan. 1919; Can. Cps. Hdqrs.; 12th Bty., c.f.a., Capt.; Somme, Vimy, 
Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.C, Courcelette 
Nov. 9, 1916. 

Ferfier, Gordon John; m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; r.a.m.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Capt., Mar. 1917; 
Mesopotamia, May 1916; No. 20 Fd. Amb.; m.o. 262nd Bde., r.f.a.'; No. 129 
Comb. Fd. Amb.; M.o. 107th Pioneers, Indian Army; i/8th Gurkha Rifles, i..\.; 
2nd Black Watch; Mesopotamia, Tigris (1916-17); Palestine, Dec. 1917; De- 
spatches, Mesopotamia, Apl. 1918; M.C, Palestine, July 1918. 

Ferris, Cecil Bruce; Applied Science 1913; 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e. 

2nd Fd. Coy., c.e., Sergt., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; Ypres, etc.; c.q.m.s., 
R.S.M.; Wounded June 1915; Invalided 1916; School of Inf., m.d. 2, Lieut., Instr.; 
A/Adjt.; N.c.o. T. D., A/Adjt., Dec. 1917; Croix de Guerre; d.c.m., Jan. 1916. 

Ferris, Elizabeth Grace Swanzey (Mrs.); b.a. Victoria 1898. 

Navy and Army Canteen Bd., Superintendent, Regtl. Canteens, No. i Area, 
Eng., May 1917; Ireland, Sept. 1918, organised Women's Cps., Canteen Bd. 
and Training School, Dublin. 

Ferris, Reginald Heber Carroll; b.a. Trinity 1915; c.o.t.c. 

1st C.O.R., Pte., Feb. 1918; France, Oct. 1918, 2nd c.m.r.; Mons. 

Ferris, William Donovan; m.b. 1898. 

c.A.M.c, m.o. 66th Bn., Capt., June 1915; o/s. Apl. 1916; No. 9 Can. Gen., 
Hosp., Chief Surg. ; France, Jan. 1918, No. i Can. ccs.; Arras, Amiens, Arras, 
Cambrai — Mons. 

Fetherstoxhaugh, James Edward McCormick; Applied Science 1908. 

R.F.A., Lieut., Nov. 1914; 'd' Bty., 170th Bde.; Capt.; A/Major; M.C; 
Despatches twice; (Further details not available). 

Fick, Ellis Lloyd; Education 1914. 

48th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Jan. 1916; c.a.s.c, Sergt., Sergt. -Major; France, 
Dec. 1916, c.a.s.c, Pte.; 6th Bde., c.f.a., Lieut.; Wounded Aug. 8, 1918. 

Fiddes, Gordon Harold; Education 191.4, (Applied Science 1923). 

123rd Bn., Pte., Dec. 1915; France, Sept. 1916, 19th Bn.; Vimy, Hill 70, Pass- 
chendaele, Amiens; Wounded, Amiens, Aug. 16, 1918. 

Fidl.\e, Edward; b.a. l^niversity Coll. 1905, m.b. 1907. 

R.A.M.C, Lieut., May 1916; Mesopotamia, Aug. 1916, No. 22 Sta. Hosp.; 
Invalided Sept. 1916; Alexandra War Hosp., Bombay; C.A.M.C, Capt., July 
1917; No. I Gen. Labty., Eng.; No. 11 Can. Gen. Hosp., May 1918; No. 3 Can. 
Gen. Hosp., Dec. 1918. 

FiEi D, John Jordan; m.b. 1909; c.a.m.c, Capt. 

c.A.M.c Capt., May 1915; R.A.M.C, Eastbourne Mil. Hosp., Lieut., May 1915; 
France, Aug. 1916, No. 132 Fd. Amb., Capt.; Sommc, Ancre; Wounded, Thiep- 
val, Nov. 12, 1916; Surg, i/c Depot, Alnwick; Invalided and returned May 1918. 



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Fielding, Ellis Mack Vaughan; Medicine 1920; c.o.t.c. 

176th Bn., Lieut., Feb. 1916; r.f.c, Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1916; Invalided and 

discharged Aug. 191 7. 
Fielding, Evart Lloyd; b.a. University Coll. 1914, Education 1915; c.o.t.c, Lieut. 

170th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 15th Bn.; att. 3rd Can. T.M. 

Bty., July 1917; Invalided Apl. 1918; 15th Bn., Sept. 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaelc, Lens-Arras sec, Canal du'Nord, Cambrai — Mens; Wounded, 

Vimy, Apl. 19, 1917. 
Finch, Orlaff Elgin; m.b. 1913. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Oct. 1914; R.A.M.C, Lieut., June 1915; Capt., June 1916; 

France, Aug. 1915, No. 92 Fd. Amb.; M.o. 15th R. Warwickshire Regt.; M.o. 

2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers; M.o. i/6th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers; No. 13 Fd. Amb.; No. 15 Fd. Amb.; Major, Nov. 1918; Loos, Vimy, 

La Bassee, Armentieres, Somme, Ypres, Piave (Italy), Merville, Bucquoy- 

Bapaume, Foret de Mormal, Hautmont; M.c, Beugnitre, Bapaume, Aug. 23, 

1918. 
FiNDLAY, Charles Alexander; m.b. 1918; c.o.t.c. 

C.A.M.C, Whitby Hosp., m.d. 2, Lieut., Apl. 1918; o/s. Sept. 1918; Capt., Apl. 

1919. 
Findlay, Douglas Gordon; m.b. 1916. 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Capt.; Can. Spec. Hosp., Witley; M.o. Can. Res. x-^rt.; Injured 

Apl. 1917; (Further details not available). 
Findley, Thomas Irving; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c, Cpl. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; C.f.a., Lieut.; France, Feb. 1916, 25th Bty.; 

i/c 'z' Bty., T.M. Group, 2nd Div., Apl. 1916; 25th Bty., Jan. 1917; R.f.c. 

Aug. 1917; France, Nov. 1917, 82nd Sqdn.; r.a.f., Apl. 1918; Kemmel, St, 

Eloi, Ypres, Vimy, Hill 70, March Retreat (1918); Wounded, Ypres, July 26, 

1916, and Moreuil, Apl. 2, 1918; M.c, Moreuil, Mar. 1918; Invalided Oct. 

1918. 
FiNGLAND, William; b.a. L^niversity Coll. 1912, m.a. 1913, Knox. 

y.m.ca., att. 20th Bn., Capt., Feb. 1915; Shorncliffe, May 1915; France, Jan. 

1916, att. i6th Bn.; Ploegsteert, Ypres, Vimy sees.; London and Edinburgh, 

1917-18; Khaki Univ., Instr. 
Finlayson, Donald Roberick; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c 

C.A.M.C, Lieut., Capt; China; (Further details not available). 
FiNNEMORE, C. W.; Veterinary Coll. 1911-13. 

R.a.v.c, Lieut.; (Further details not available). 
Firstbrook, Hugh McBain; b.a. Victoria 1915. 

2i6th Bn., Lieut., Dec. 1915; France, Dec. 1917, 75th Bn.; Lens-Arras sec, 

Amiens, Arras; Wounded, Droccairt-Queant, Sept. 2, 1918. 
Firstbrook, John Hackett; Applied Science 1918; Cps. of Guides. 

R.F.C, Sec. Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, May 1916, 22nd Sqdn., Lieut.; Somme; 

Wounded and prisoner, Somme, July l, 1916; Switzerland, Dec. 1916; Repatri- 
ated Sept. 1917; R.F.C and r.a.f. Records, Canada, 1918. 
Firstbrook, William Gordon; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., May 1918; Siberian Ex. F., 20th m.g. Coy., Pte.: 

Siberia, Jan. 1919. • 

Firth, Lorne Miller; b.a. University Coll. 1916. 

63rd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., June 1916; Bdr., Sergt.; Lieut., Dec. 1916; France, 

Apl. 1918, T.M. Bty., c.f.a. , 1st. Div.; 6th Bty., Nov. 1918; Arras, Amiens 

Cambrai, etc. 



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Fisher, Clarence Braden; b.a. Victoria 1917; c.o.t.c. 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Oct. 1916; r.f.c, Sec. Lieut., Oct. 1916; France, 

July 1917, 56th Sqdn.; Invalided Nov. 1917; Norwich Aircraft Park, Mar. 1918; 

R.A.F., Lieut., Apl. 1918. 
Fisher, Harry; Victoria 19 14. 

78th Bty., C.F.A.; o/s.; (Further details not available). 
Fisher, Murray Malcolm; Education 1915, (Medicine 1923); c.o.t.c. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., July 1916; France, Apl. 1917, 2nd Can. Div. Sig. Coy., att., 

6th Bde., c.f.a.; Lens, Passchendaele, Neuville Vitasse, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai- 

Mons; Mil. Medal, Amiens, Aug. 15, 1918. 
Fisher, Paul Allen; b.s.a. 19 ii. 

1st British Amb. Unit, Italy, Sottotenente, Oct. 1916; Mte. Santo, Plava, 

Baingizza, Caporetto; Discharged Aug. 1917. 
Fisher, William Stanley; b.a. University Coll. 1917; c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A. , Gnr., Mar. 1916; Can. Res. Art., Sgr.; Cpl., Instr.; 

France, Jan. 1917, 20th Bty., Sgr.; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Wounded, 

Passchendaele, Nov. 9, 1917; Returned Oct. 1918. 
FissETTE, Casimir Courtlant); m.b. 1898. 

R.A.M.c.Apl. 1916; Mil. Hosp.,Rugeley, Staffs., Surg.; Mil. Hosp., York, Surg.; 

Returned Apl. 1917; c.a.m.c, Capt.; Exam. Bd., Brantford; Med. Bd. of 

Reyiew, Toronto; Discharged Nov. 1918. 
FiiTON, Thomas Gerald; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1920. 

C.E., Signals, Spr., May 1917; O/S. Nov. 1917; 6th Can. Res. Bn. 
Fitzgerald, James Patrick; b.a. University Coll. 1895; Staff, St. Michael's; c.o.t.c; 

i8oth Bn., Capt., May 1916; France, 19th Bn., Lieut.; Lens, [iiothRegt. 

Neuville Vitasse, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; M.C., Arras, Aug. 26-28, 

1918. 
FitzGeR:VLd, John Ger.\ld; m.b. 1903, m.d. 1920, Staff; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

C.A.M.C, La bty. Unit, m.d. 2, Lieut., o.c. May 1915; Capt., Aug. 1915; d.a.d.m.s. 

II (San.), M.D. 2, Nov. 1915; Major, Sept. 1916; r.a.m.c, Major, Apl. 1918; 

France, June 191 8, No. 39 Mobile Labty., o.c, and Asst. Adviser in Pathology, 

5th Army. 
Fitzger,\ld, Maurice Richard; University Coll. 1919 (1922). 

R.N.A.S., Fit. Sub-Lieut., Nov. 1917; r.a.f., Lieut.; France, Mar. 1918; Re- 
turned Oct. 1918. 
Fitzpatrick, Charles Patrick; Medicine 1919, (m.b. 1920). 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Probr., Apl. 1918; Surg. Sub-Lieut.; h.m.s. 'Observer'. 
Fitzrandolph, Charles Spurden; University Coll. 1899; 71st Regt., Lieut. 

I) 5th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; France, Aug. 1916, 44th Bn.; Somme, Vimy, Lens; 

Wounded, Courcelette, Oct. 25, 1916, and Lens, June 3, 1917; Discharged Oct. 

1917. 
Flanagan, John Joseph; St. Michael's 1917. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Flanders, Claude Mortimer; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Mar. 1916; Capt., Mar. 1917; Mesopotamia, India. 
Flavelle, Joseph Ellsworth; University Coll. 1916. 

l66th Bn., Lieut., 1916; Capt.; Invalided and discharged. 
Fleck, John Gordon; University Coll. 1903, Applied Science 1904, Di|)loma. 

231st Bn., Major, Oct. I()I5; France, July 1917, 72ncl Bn., Capt.; Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Amiens, Drocourt-Qucant ; Wounded, Drocourl-Qucant, Sept. 3, 

1918; M.c, Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918; Bar toM.c, Drocourt-Queant, Sept. 1-3, 1918. 



270 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Fleming, Albert Grant; m.b. 1907, d. p. h. 1914. 

c.A.M.c, Labty. Unit, m.d. 2, Capt., o.c, Apl. 1916; o/s. Nov. 1916; No. 15 

Can. Gen. Hosp.; France, Dec. 1917, No. i Can. c.c.s. ; No. i Can. Fd. Amb.; 

M.O. 4th Bn.; Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; d.g.m.s. Off., London, Asst. to Con- 
sultant in Sanitation, etc., Nov. 1918; M.C., Inchy, Sept. 27, 1918. 
Fleming, Earl; Education 1914. 

63rd Bty.,C.F.A., Gnr., July 1916; France, Feb. 1917, 38th Bty.; Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Lens-Arras; Invalided May 1918. 
Fleming, Gold win Orford; Victoria 1912, b.a.sc. 1914; 8th Fd. Coy., c.e., Lieut. 

No. I Can. Constr. Bn., Lieut., May 1916; France, Oct. 1916; ist Bn., Can. 

Ry. Tps., Capt., 1917; Belgian, Passchendaele, Ypres, and Somme sees. 
Fleming, Robert Russell; b.a. Victoria 1915; 9th Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., c.f.a. , Gnr., Feb. 1917. 
Fletcher, Andrew Almon; m.b. 1913, Staff 1913-15. 

c.A.M.c, No. 4 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Apl. 1915; Salonica, Oct. 1915; Returned 

June 1917; Neurologist, Spadina and Central Mil. Hosps., m.d. 2, 1917-18; 

M.D. 10, 1919. 
Fletcher, Arthur Guy Ashton; m.d., cm. Trinity 1894; 12th Regt., Capt. 

4th Bn., Lieut., Sept. 1914; lOth Devonshire Regt., Capt.; France, Sept. 1915; 

Wounded Nov. 6, 1917; R.A.M.c, May 1917; o.c No. 7 Conval. Depot, Brit. 

Black Sea Force, A/Major, Mar. 1918. 
Fletcher, Charles George; b.a. University Coll. 1913, Knox; c.o.t.c 

^th Univ. Coy., p.p.c.l.i., Pte., Oct. 1915; France, Mar. 1916, p.p.cl.i. ; 3rd 

Can. Div. Hdqrs., Apl. 1917; Ypres sec, Zillebeke, Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 

Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, Zillebeke, June 2, 19 16. 
Fletcher, Hugh Murray; Applied Science 1906; 13th Regt., Lieut. 

Can. Cyclist Cps., Lieut., May 1916; c.a.m.c. No. 15 Fd. Amb., Pte., Mar. 1917; 

Can. For. Cps., Lieut., June 1917; France, Sept. 1917, Can. For. Cps., 74th Coy.; 

123rd Coy., England, att. r.a.f., Aug. 1918. 
Fletcher, William Arthur; b.a.sc 1911. 

67th, u. of T., Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., May 1916; France, Nov. 1916, i8th Bty., 

C.F.A.; Bdr., Dec. 1917; Can. Cps. Survey Sec, Cpl., May 1918; c.e.. Cadet, 

Nov. 1918; Lieut., Jan. 1919; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai; Wounded Aug. 18, 1918. 
Flint, Charles; b.a.sc 1910. 

C.P.R. Constr. Cps., Lieut., Apl. 1915; France, Aug. 1915; 4th Bn., Can. Ry. 

Tps.; Major, Feb. 1917; R.N. Siege Guns, Apl. 1917; Dixmude, Ypres (1915), 

Somme (1916), Arras (1917), Nieuport (1917-18); D.s.o., June 3, 1918; French 

Croix de Guerre, 36 Corps d'Armee, Feb. 8, 1918. 
Flook, Franklin Roy; Victoria 1912-13. 

1st Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Jan. 1916; France, Apl. 1916; Bdr., Oct. 1917; Ypres, 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele; Gassed, Hill 70, Aug. 1917; r.a.f., 

Cadet, Mar. 1918; Sec. Lieut., Feb. 1919. 
Flynn, Frank Joseph Dion; b.a. University Coll. 1917 (1918-19); c.o.t.c 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Flynn, Matthew Joseph; University Coll. 1918 (1922); c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, Oct. 1916, 14th Bty., c.f.a.; 

19th Bty., Dr., Mar. 1917; Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Mons. 
Foerster, Arthur Jacob; b.a. University Coll. 1914, m.a. 1915; c.o.t.c 

U. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., July 1918; Siberian Ex. F., 20lh M.G. Coy.; Siberia, 

Gournastai Bay, Jan. 1919. 



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Foley, Claude James; Applied Science 1912. 

C.A.D.C, Sergt.; (Further details not available). 
Foley, Willl\m John; Applied Science 1920 (1922); c.o.t.c. 

256th Bn., Sergt., Feb. 1917; loth Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Spr.; France, June 1917; 

Somme, Nieuport, Ypres, Lille; Gassed July 11, 1918. 
Foote, Frederick Foster; b.a.sc. 1913- 

'C' Bty., R.C.H.A., Gnr., June 1918; O.T.C, Probr., Oct. 1918. 
Foote, George Edwahd; University Coll. 1918; c.o.t.c; loth Regt. 

2nd Div. Cyclist Coy., Pte., Feb. 1915; France, Sept. 1915, Can. Cps. Cyclists; 

Ypres, Somme, Vimy; Wounded Aug. 20, 1917; c.a.s.c, 1917-18. 
Foote, Walter Samuel; m.b. 1916. 

r.a.m.c, Lieut., June 1916; Capt., 1917; Mesopotamia, Sept. 1916, No. 20 

C.C.S.; No. 61 Sta. Hosp., Nov. 1916; Invalided Jan. 1917; No. 21 Gen. Hosp., 

Egypt, May 1917; Palestine, Aug. 1917, M.o. i/6th Highland Light Infantry; 

M.o. i/5th Devonshire Regt., Apl. 1918; 3rd battle of Gaza, Jerusalem, Jaffa; 

Discharged July 1918. 
Forbes, Harry Lawrence; Veterinary Coll. 1913-15. 

R.A.v.c, Lieut., Apl. 1917; Capt., Apl. 1918; France, May 1917, Vety. Base 

Hosp.; att. 158th Army Bde., r.f.a., 15th Div.; 8th Div.; Dunkerque- Ypres, 

Arras; Vety. Hosp., Eng. 
Forbes, Harry Stewart; b.a. University Coll. 1911. 

Chinese Labour Cps., Sec. Lieut., Apl. 1917; France, July 1917, 193rd Coy; 

A/Capt., July 1918; Lieut., Oct. 1918; Chinese Order of Wen Hu. 
Forbes, Robert Ross; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921; 28th Regt., Sergt. 

1st Bn., 1st C.O.R., Pte., May 1918; r.a.f., Cadet, May 1918. 
Ford, Harry Mills; b.a. Victoria 1913- 

48th Bty., C.F..\., Gnr., Jan. 1916; France, Sept. 1916, 6th Bty., Sgr.; Somme, 

Vimy; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 9, 1917; Invalided and discharged 1918. 
Foreman, John Leonard; b.a.sc. 19 14; Naval Svce. Dept., att. c.g.s. 'Acadia', 

R.N.V.R., Lieut., 1917; Admiralty Survey Aux. Cruiser Sqdn.; [Arctic, 1914-15. 

h.m.s. 'President', h.m.s. 'Hearty'; North Sea. 
Foreman, Oscar Harold; Veterinary Coll. 1915-17; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.v.c, Lieut., June 1918; France, Sept. 1918; No. i Can. Vety. Hosp.; 

Khaki Univ., Ripon, Instr., 1919. (Died Mar. 7, 1921.) 
Forestei.l, Tobias Frederick; b.a. St. Michael's 1917; c.o.t.c. 

56th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; 55th Bty.; France, Aug. 1917; Sgr., Nov. 

1917; Passchendaele, Arras sec, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; 

Wounded, Onmaing, Nov. 4, 1918; Mil. Medal, Onmaing, Nov. 4, 1918. 
Forge, Francis Wesley; Medicine 1918, (m.b. 1919); c.o.t.c. 

i8oth Bn., Sergt., Feb. 1916; France, c.A.M.c, No. 12 Fd. Amb.; Returned to 

complete course Oct. 1917. 
FoRGiE, Leon Craig; Applied Science 1913. 

A.E.F., io8th Fd. Artill., Lieut., May 1917; Capt.; France, July 1918; Fismes- 

Vesle, Oise-Aisne, Argonnc, Ypres-Lys. 
FoRMAN, James Henry; Victoria 191 7 (1922). 

u. of T. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., July 1916; r.n.a.s., p.f.o., Nov. 1916; France, Dec. 

1916; Fit. Sub-Lieut., June 1917; r.a.f., Lieut., Apl. 1918; Capt., May 1918; 

Wounded, Nieui)ort, Aug. 28, 1917; Prisoner, Doual, Sept. 4, 1918; d.f.c, May 

28, 1918. 
Forneret, George Reginald; b.a. Trinity 1910; i3tli Rt'Rt. 

loth Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1914; iMancc, Feb. 1915; Wounded, Ncuvc Chapcllc, 

Mar. 1915; Invalided .\ug. 1915; School of B.F. & I'.T., m.d. I, Capt. 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



FORSTER, Cyril; Applied Science 1918, (b.a.sc. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

R.N.C.V.R., Eng. Room Artfr., Oct. 1917; Guelph patrol, mine sweeping, Halifax 

base. 
FoRSTER, Frederick Joseph Richardson; m.b. 1897; 28th Regt., Major. 

R.A.M.c, Lieut., Nov. 1915; M.o. 41st Div. Amm. Col.; Falmouth Mil. Hosp., 

Surg.; Discharged Jan. 19 1 7. 
FoRSTER, Harvey George; b.a. Victoria 1913. 

6th Hwr. Bde., c.f.a., Gnr., Oct. 1915; France, Nov., 1915; ist Hvy. t.m. Bty., 

3rd Can. Div. Art., June 1916; Sergt., July 1916; St. Elo', Ypres (1916), 

Somme, Beaumont-Hamel, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Cambrai — 

Mons; Wounded Feb. 13, 1916. 
Forsyth, Ewart Wilfred; University Coll. 1919 (1921). 

(Chemist svre. 1916-18); ist c.o.r., Pte., May 1918; o/s. 
Forsyth, Robert; b.a. University Coll. 1913. 

c.a.m.c, No. I Fd. Amb., Pte., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; 5th Bty., c.f.a., 

Lieut., Dec. 1915; 27th Bty., Capt., Aug. 1917; Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, 

Sanctuary Wood, Somme, Beaumont-Hamel, Vimy, Hill 70, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai — Mons; Gassed, Vimy, May 8, 1918. 
Forsyth, Wilfred Weston; Veterinary Coll. 1911-13; c.a.v.c, Lieut., att. 9th Horse. 

C.A.v.c, Lieut., Sept. 1914; V.O. 4th c.m.r.; Capt., July 1915; Mob. Vety. Sec, 

4th Can. Div., o.c, July 1916; France, Aug. 1916; v.o. 4th Bde., c.f.a., Nov. 

1917; v.o. 4th Can. Div. Train, Mar. 1918; v.o. 4th Bde., c.e., Nov. 1918; 

Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — ^Valenciennes; 

Mentioned, Somme, 191 6. 
Foster, Douglas Mortimer; d.d.s. 1900; i6th Hwr. Bty., c.f.a., Major, o.c; Long 

c.a.d.c, Capt., Nov. 1915; att. 87th Bn.; o/s. Apl. [Svce. & Coronation Dec. 

1916; i/c clinic, Dibgate; France, Jan. 1917, att. Can. Cav. Bde.; Peronne, St. 

Quentin, Lens sees.; Invalided Sept. 1917; i/c clinic, Seaford, June 1918. 
Foster, Edwin Roland; phm.b. 1916. 

W.O.R., Pte., May 1918; c.a.m.c, t. d., m.d. i, Sergt.; Siberia, Oct. 1918. 
Foster, Francis Howe; Medicine 1922 (1923). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., May 1918; 78th Bty.; 2nd Can. Tank Bn., 

Pte.; C.A.M.C 
Foster, Harold William Alexander; ll.b. 1909; 36th Regt., Lieut. 

20th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1914; France, Sept. 1915; Capt., Dec. 1915; Major, 

June 1917; 1st Can. Inf. Bde., Bde. Major, June 1918; Ypres, St. Eloi, Somme, 

Vimy, Passchendaele, Lens-Arras, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Mons; Wounded, 

Bois Carre, Wytschaete, Dec. 24, 1915, and Ypres, June 26, 1916, and Calonne, 

Jan. 17, 1917; M.c, Bois Carre, Dec. 24, 1915; Bar to m c, Le Sars, Somme, 

Oct. I, 1916; D.S.O., Calonne, Jan. 17, 1917; Despatches June 3, 1917, July 8, 

1919. 
Foster, Roberts.; Veterinary Coll. 1916-17 (1919-20). 

A.E.F., 1917; France, Jan. 1918, 164th u.s. Inf., Cpl.; Svce, in France, Jan. 1918- 

Feb. 1919. 
Fotheringham, John Taylor; b.a. University Coll. 1883, m.b. 1891, m.d., cm. Trinity 

c.a.m.c, Lt.-Col.; [1891, (LL.D.-Hon. 1919); Staff; Princ. m.o., m.d. 2, Lt.-Col. 

A.D.M.S., Valcartier, Sept. 1914; a.d.m.s., 2nd Can. Div. and m.d. 2, Oct. 1914; 

o/s. Apl. 1915; a.d.m.s., 2nd Can. Div.; France, Sept. 1915; Col., Sept. 1915; 

Ypres, Somme, Vimy sec; Returned Mar. 1917; Major-Gen., Mar. 1917; 

a/d.g.m.s., Mill ia Hdqrs., Ottawa, Aug. 1917; c.m.g., June 3, 1916; Despatches 

Jun2 3, 1916, June 3, 1917. 



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FouLDS, Archibald; b.a. University Coll. 1904; 2nd Regt., Lieut., sec. to c.o.x.c, 

123rd Bn , Capt., Nov. 1915; Major, Mar. 1916; 123rd Can. Pion. [Capt. 

Bn.; France, Mar. 1917; 8th Bn., C.E., May 1918; Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele 

Amiens, Arras, etc.; Despatches Jan. 19 18. 
FouLDS, Gordon Sutcliffe; m.b. 1914; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

c.A.M.c, Asst. toA.D.M.s., M.D. 2, Capt., Apl. 1916; Major, Oct. 1917; o/s. Sept. 

1918, Capt. 
FouRNiER, Vivian Stephen; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1918; c.o.x.c. 

R.N.V.R., Surg. Sub-Lieut., July 1918; Mediterranean; Black Sea, mine sweeping, 

1919. 
FowxDS, Eric Sutherland; Applied Science 191 1 ; 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e. 

2nd Fd. Coy., c.e., Spr., Aug. 1914; France, Hdqrs., 2nd Bde., Intel . Sec, 

1917-18; Cadet, May 1918; Lieut.; Wounded 19 16; (Further details not avail- 
able). 
Fowler, Alfred Charles; Education 1918. 

1st C.O.R., Pte., May 1918; France, Nov. 1918, 4th c.m.r.; Valenciennes-Mons. 
Fowler, Claude Horace; University Coll. 1905. 

(Reported as on Active Service. No details available.) 
Fowxer, Reginald Griffith; Education 1915; c.o.t.c. 

1st Can. Tank Bn., Pte., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Fox, Ben; University Coll. 1919; C.o.t.c. 

1st Can. Tank Bn., Pte., May 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Fox, William Henry; Admin. 

c.a.m.c, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Lieut., Qr.-Mr., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; 

Yprcs, etc.; Cap".; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., 1916; Major; m.b.e., 1918. 
Fox, Frederick John; b.a. University Coll. 1902, m.b. 1908. 

R.A.M.c, Capt.; o/s Feb. 1918; Mil. Hosps., London, Portsmouth, Warlingham. 
FoY, James Cuvillier; University Coll. 1903; g.g.f.g., Lieut. 

77th Bn., Lieut., Aug. 1915; Capt., Nov. 1915; France, Aug. 1916, 12th Can. 

Inf. Bde. Hdqrs. Staff.; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70; Returned Jan. 1918; Militia 

Hdqrs. Staff. 
FoYSTON, Bert Elleston; b.s.a. 1915. 

43rd Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Dec. 1915; 3rd Can. Div. Amm. Col., May 1916; France, 

July 1916; Bdr., Aug. 1916; Somme, V^imy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, 

Arras, Cambrai — Mons. 
Frain, Charles Elias; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Lieut., Jan. 1917; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., Mar. 1917; Capt., 

Dec. 1917; France, July 1918, No. 2 Can. Sta. Hosp.; No. 2 Can. Fd. Amb., 

Oct. 1918; M.o. 7th Bn., Oct. 1918; Cambrai, Valenciennes. 
Frair, Harold Edward; Victoria 1914-16 (1919-20); c.o.t.c. 

235th Bn., Pte., Oct. 1916; 134th Bn.; P>ance, Mar. 1918, 15th Bn.; Arras sec, 

Amiens, Arras; Wounded, Arras, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Fralick, Royal Foster; d.d.s. 1920. 

c.A.D.c, Sergt., Apl. 1917; o/s.; Returned to complete course Jr.n. 1918. 
Frank, Reginald Wilson; d.d.s. 1909. 

c.A.D.c, Lieut., Jan. 1916; Capt., Aug. 1916; o/s. Dec. 1916; France, Mar. 

1918, att. nth Bn., Can. Ry. Tjs.; Armentiercs Retreat, Amiens, Arras, 

Cambrai, etc. 
Fraser, Alan; b.a.sc 19 ii. 

256th Bn., Pte., Feb. 19 17; Discharged, medically unfit, I"cb. 19 17. (Died 

May 28, 19 17.) 
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274 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

Fraser, Alexander George; d.d.s. 1902; 7th Regt., Lieut. 

142nd Bn., Capt., Nov. 1915; France, July 1917, ist Bn., Lieut.; Wounded, 

Lens, July 27, 1917; w.o.r. Depo^ July 1917; 4th Res. Bn., Oct. 1917; Capt., 

Nov. 1917; c.A.D.c, England, Dec. 1917-May 1920. 
Eraser, Donald Thomas; b.a. University Coll. 1912, m.b. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, No. 2 C.C.S., Pte., Feb. 1915; r.a.iM.c, Lieut., May 1915; No. 94 Fd. 

Amb.; Eg>'pt, Dec. 1915; Capt.; France, June 1916; Somnie; C.A.M.C, Capt., 

Feb. 1917; Base Hosp., m.d. 2; China, att. Chinese Labour Cps., Dec. 1917; 

Mentioned, Services; Div. Labty., m.d. 2, July 1918; o.c. Div. Labty., m.d. 2; 

M.C., Serre, July i, 1916. 
Eraser, George Earl Max; b.a. St. Michael's 1920. 

R.A.F. Reserve, July 1918. 
Eraser, George Murr^vy; Medic'ne 1919 (1921); c.o.t.c, Sergt. 

95th Bn., Lieut., Nov. 1915; France, Sept. 1916, 1st Bn.; att. ist Coy., c.E., 

Bde. Wiring Offr. ; Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Vimy, Apl. 1917, and Fresnoy, 

May 3, 1917; Discharged Nov. 1917. 
Eraser, Gordon Keith; Education 1916 (1920). 

139th Bn., Pte., Feb. 1916; Cpl.; France, Nov. 1916, 4th Bn., Pte.; Vimy, Hill 

70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai; Wounded, Cambrai, Oct. i, 1918; 

Mil. Medal, Amiens, Aug. 8, 1918. 
Eraser, James Johnston; m.b. 1902; c.a.m.c. No. 14 Fd. Amb., Capt. 

c.A.M.c, No. 2 Fd. Amb., Capt., Aug. 1914; France, Feb. 1915; O.c. No. 2 

Can. Fd. Amb., Lt.-Col., Nov. 1916; Ypres, Festubert, Givenchy, St. Eloi, Ypres 

(1916), Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras sec; Wounded, Vimy, 

Ap'. 17, 1917; c.A.M.c, M.D. I, Apl 1918; d.g.m.s. Branch, Militia Hdqrs., 

May 1918: A.D.M.S., Petawawa, May 1918; o.c. Manitoba Mil. Hosp, Oct. 

1918; D.S.O., Hill 70 and Passchendaele, gaz. Jan. i, 1918; Despatches June 

1915, June 1917, Jan. 1918. 
Eraser, Jonathan Alexander; Applied Science 1917; c.o.t.c 

71st Bty , C.F..\., Gnr., 1916; (Further details not available). 
Eraser, Margaret Ethel Victoria; b.a. Trinity 1894, m.d., cm. Trinity 1899. 

Amer. Women's Hosps., No. i Unit, Aug. 1918; France, Sept. 1918; Chiteau 

Thierry, Suzancy; No. 2 Unit, La Ferte-Milon, Director, Dec. 1918; Vic-sur- 

A'sne, 1919; Medaille de Reconnaissance, Suzancy, Mar. 1919. 
Eraser, Robert Gordon; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921. 

u. of t. o/s. Tr. Coy., Pte., Apl. 1918; ist Can. Tank Bn.; o/s. June 1918; 

L-Cpl. 
Eraser, Roderick Alexander; Applied Science 1916, (b..\.sc. 1918); c.o.t.c; 20th 

37th Bn., Lieut., May 1915; C.E., Lieut., June 1916; France, [Regt., Lieut. 

Oct. 1916, C.E., Cable Sec; Somme, Vimy; Wounded, Vimy, Mar. 31, 1917; 

Invalided June 1917; 2nd Bn., 1st co.r.. Mar. 1918; Discharged Apl. 1918. 
FR;\\\xey, Gordon Leigh; d.d.s. 1920; 9th Horse. 

C.A.D.c, Sergt., May 1916; Sergt. -Major, Instr., Aug. 1917. 
Erayn, Gilbert; Veterinary Coll. 1912-14. 

r.a.v.c, Lieut'., June 1916; Capt., June 1917; France, Aug. 1916, No. 14 Vety. 

Hosp.; att. 91st Bde., 20th Div.; att. 93rd Army Bde., r.f.a., Feb. 1917; att. 

1st Light Bde., Mar. 1919; Somme, Vimy, Messines, Passchendaele, Cambrai 

(1917), Retreat and Advance, Arras sec, 1918. 
Eredenburg, Ford Webster; Victoria 1919; c.o.t.c 

20ist Bn., Lieut., 1916; Cadet Inspr., m.d. i; 2nd Bn., 2nd CO.R.; C.A.P.C. 
Frederick, Ernest Victor; m.b. 1903; c.a.m.c, Lieut. 

r.a.m.c, Lieut., May 1915; Capt., May 1916; France, July 1915, att. No. 1 



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Can. Sta. Hosp.; Dardanelles, Lemnos, Aug. 19 15; Egypt, Feb. 19 16; Salonica, 
Mar. 1916; Invalided to Egypt; No. 15 Brit. Gen. Hosp.; M.o., Tpt. to Meso- 
potamia and India, Mar. 1917; Salonica; Returned on leave June 1917; o/s. 
July 1917; Mesopotamia, Baghdad, No. 70 Indian Sta. Hosp., 1917-18; India, 
May 1918; M.O., Tpt. Svce.; M.o. 2nd Garr. Bn.. Manchester Regt., Hong-Kong 
and Vladivostok, July-Sept. 1918; Asst. Supt., Civil Hosp., Hong-Kong; 
• Returned Oct. 19 18. 
Freeborn, Switzer Gardner; b.s..\. 1915; nth Hwr. Bty., c.f.a., Lieut. 

5th Bde. Amm. Col., c.f.a., Lieut., July 1915; 20th Bty., C.F.A. ; France, Jan. 
1916, i8th Bty.; 'e' Can. A. A. Bty., Jan. 1917; Capt., Aug. 1917; ist Bty. 
Feb. 1918; Hill 63, Ploegsteert, St. Eloi, Ypres (1916), Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, 
Lens, Amiens, Arras, Cambrai — Valenciennes; Wounded, Somme, Nov. 18, 

1916, and Vimy, May 25, 1917; M.C., Somme, Oct. 14, 1916. 
Freel, Herbert Barnes; m.b. 1916; c.o.t.c. 

c.A.M.c, M.D. 2, Capt., 1918; att. 1st Depot Bn., ist c.o.r., A] 1. 1918; o/s. Sept. 

1918; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp., Oct. 1918; Can. Conv. Hosp., Epsom, May 1919. 
Freeland, Edward Ewing; b.a.sc. 19 12. 

7th Can. Siege Bty., Gnr., Apl. 1917; A/Sergt. -Major, Gnr., A/Sergt.; France, 

Jan. 1918; C.E., Lieut.; Lens sec. Canal du Nord, Cambrai. 
Freeman, Claude Wesley; b.a. Victoria 1896, m.b. 1903. 

R..\.M.C., Chinese Gen. Hosp., Lieut., July 1917; France, July 1917; Capt. 
Freeman, James Roy; b.a.sc. 1911. 

Nova Scotia Siege Bty., Gnr.; Cobourg Hvy. Bty., 19 18. 
Freestone, Roy Willlvm; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1918, (d.d.s. 1920); c.o.t.c. 

67th, u. of t., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., A^ 1. 1916; France, Nov. 1916, i8th Bty.; 

Bdr., Mar. 1918; Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Arras, Amiens; Re- 
turned Oct. 1918; C.A.D.c, Pte., Oct. 1918; Sergt., Aug. 1919. 
French, Herbert Stanley; b.s.a. 1916. 

56th Bty., c.f.a., Gnr., Mar. 1916; o/s. Sept. 1916; 55th Bty., Bdr.; (Further 

details not available). 
French, Walter Gordon; b.a.sc. 1915; Corps of Guides. 

c.p.r. Constr. Cps., Spr., Apl. 1915; France, Aug. 1915; Cpl.; Dixmude sec, 

Ypres-Dickebusch, Arras, Somme, Cambrai, Valenciennes; Mil. Medal, Havrin- 

court, Nov. 30, 1917. 
Frid, Herbert Percival; b.a.sc. 1915; c.o.t.c. 

86th M.G. Bn., Lieut., Oct. 1915; Hdqrs. Staff, M.D. 2; 228th Bn.; 6th Bn., Can. 

Ry. Tps., Capt.; France, Apl. 1917; Major; Ypres, Arras, Somme. 
Frisby, Walter Gardner; University Coll. 1914; c.s.c.i., Lieut. 

198th Bn., Lieut., ¥eh. 1916; Capt.; o/s. Mar. 1917; y.m.c.a.. Khaki Univ., 

London, Lieut.; Capt., Mar. 1918. 
Fritz, Wesley Edward; Education 1918 (1920). 

C.E., Spr., May 1918; o/s. June 1918. 
Frost, Henry Arthur; b.a. Victoria 1913, (b.d. 1915). 

Can. Chaplain Svce., att. No. i Sta. Hosp., Capt., Sept. 1914; Lemnos, Aug. 

1915, No. 3 Can. Sta. Hosp.; Lem.nos, Egypt, France; Major, .Aug. 1916; 

Crowborough, Dec. 1916; Vernon Park Hosp., Manchester, Aug. 1917; Returned 

Sept. 1918.. 
Frost, Leslie Miscampbell; University Coll. 1919. 

157th Bn., Lieut., Asst. Adjf., Dec. 1915; Caj)!.. May 1916; France. Aug. 

1917, 20th Hn., Lieut.; Hill 70, Avion, Passchendaele, Neuville Vitasse; 
Wounded Mar. 31, 1918; Invalided. 



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Fry, Clifford Norwood; Applied Science 192 i (1922). 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1918; o/s. June 1918; 3rd c.g.a., Sgr. 
Fuller, Charles Harvey Rogers; b.a.sc. 1914; 2nd Fd. Coy., c.e.; c.o.t.c; 9th 

2i6th Bn., Lieut., Jan. 1916; Capt. and Adjt.; France, May [Horse, Lieut. 

1917, loth Bn., Can. Ry. Tps., Lieut.; Ypres, Kemmel, Nieuport, Ypres, Lille. 
FuREY, Nicholson Willl^m; m.b. 1917; c.o.t.c. 

26th Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Mar. 1915; 7th Bde. Hdqrs., CF.a., Cpl.; o/s. Aug 

1915; Returned to complete course Feb. 1916; c.a.m.c, Lieut., 1917; o/s.; 

M.o. 3rd Res. Bn., Capt.; r.a.m.c, Capt.; Egypt, Nov. 1919; Ismalia. 
FuRSEY, Frank Ross; m.d., cm. Trinity 1903. 

U.S. Army Med. Cps., Capt., Oct. 1918; Base Hosp., Camp Lewis. 
FuTCHER, Thomas Barnes; m.b. 1893. 

c.a.m.c, Lt.-Col., 1917; No. 16 Can. Gen. Hosp.; Resigned Apl. 1918. 
Fydell, Melvin Roberts; Education 1909; c.o.t.c 

67th, u. of T., Bty., C.F.A., Gnr., Apl. 1916; France, 4th Bty., Lieut.; Invalided 

Mar. 1918. 

Gabriel, John Matthew; R. Coll. Dental Surg. 1921. 

c.A.D.c, Pte., June 1917; Sergt., Apl. 1918; o/s. Apl. 1918. 
Gaby, Robert Edward; b.a. University Coll. 1903, m.d. (Cornell), Staff. 

C.A.M.C, No 4 Gen. Hosp., Capt., Mar. 1915; Salonica, Nov. 1915; Karasouli; 

Returned Sept. 1917; Mil. Ward, Tor. Gen. Hosp